|It's my game in a box|
|Have fun restraining yourself from destroying the lid|
|If you ever wanted Oswald the Rabbit on your Wii-mote, your dream just came true|
|Serious packaging optional|
The bonus disc is cool though it comes in a little cardboard sleeve that's sure to scratch it up. Fortunately, if you preordered it (or got one of the Kmart coupons they were offering that apparently is not a preorder according to the fine print) you probably have an extra white case with the same art as the cardboard box. That's what I'll be using to house mine though who knows when I'll get any time to actually watch any of it. I can tell you the four remastered shorts are 'Thru the Mirror' 'Lonesome Ghosts' 'Clock Cleaners' and 'The Whalers'. You've all seen the first two (in fact 'Thru the Mirror' is directly referenced in the game's opening cinematic) but the second two are slightly less famous. I'm interested to know why these two were picked as opposed to something like 'The Mad Doctor', whose antagonist is featured in the game. Maybe when I actually get to the game it'll be clear.
The Mickey figurine is actually a lot better than expected. He is kind of small but he's got articulation at his neck. shoulders, wrists and ankles. The deep crouch is a drawback but it's made to imitate the pose on the cover art. Mickey's mouth is open and there's a dab of red paint in there to clarify his expression; it's nice because there aren't any smudges or smears and the figure is very on-model. The Paintbrush is also removable and has it's own little paint ops on the tip.
|Next to Roboto for scale, mostly because he's what happened to be on my kitchen counter at the time|
|Winner of over 15 awards already?|
|The complete package, though the skins completely blend into the cover art of the game|
In the meantime enjoy more pictures!
|Mickey in his bubblewrap prison|
|I thought the tail may be articulated but it's not. Likely for the best in light of it's thinness|
|I wonder if IGN got Collector's Editions for review copies...|
|Rated 'E' for 'Cartoon Violence' but strangely not 'Comic Mischief'. Though I guess this means the game is full of 'Toon on 'Toon hate crimes...|