'Epic Mickey' Could See Two Sequels

Epic Mickey"Epic Mickey" could become an epic franchise if it performs well enough, and Junction Point Studios' founder Warren Spector planned accordingly. Spector has launched original properties before, but this will be his first big one since Disney purchased Junction Point, and he's aiming high.

"I don't do anything that isn't extensible," Spector told 1UP.com. "And I will certainly feel like that I have not done my job if we can't make other games in this world with these characters. In my head, I've got two more planned."

Still, Spector is well aware of how unpredictable the gaming market can be.

"In the business world of reality, those games have not approved, and who knows if we'll ever see them," he said. That doesn't be mean he's not holding out for a best case scenario, though. "I had three games planned for 'Deus Ex,' and you see where that got me."

At the end of the interview, Spector also name-checks "Ducktales" as a Disney property he would be eager to tackle, among others. He really sounds at home under the House of Mouse, which will hopefully bode well for their first big game when "Epic Mickey" drops next year.

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