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'Disney Universe' from Disney Interactive StudiosDisney Interactive today released this new game trailer for its upcoming title, ‘Disney Universe,’ expected to be released on October 31, 2011 (although an official date has not yet been released).

The video goes into the world of Wall-E, one of six that will ship with the game, with more to become available via downloadable content on the Xbox and PlayStation 3 platforms. We also get to see one of the players dressed in the Wall-E costume along with a sighting of Buy-N-Large in gameplay.

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‘The Incredible Machine’ for iPad by Disney Mobile Released

'The Incredible Machine' for iPad from Disney Mobile

The iconic PC classic game of logic is back, this time exclusively for the iPad. At E3, Disney Mobile announced it’s bringing ‘The Incredible Machine’ to the iPad this month. Originally released for the PC in 1993 and named one of the Top 150 games by Computer Gaming World magazine, ‘The Incredible Machine’ challenges players to solve puzzles by building comically-engineered contraptions to accomplish simple objectives. With straightforward touch controls, Retina Display graphics, original music, and great sound effects, ‘The Incredible Machine’ inspires the imagination with mind-bending invention, physics and hours of fun.

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Disney Universe – New Gameplay Trailer, Screenshots and Character Images

Disney Universe screenshot In honor of E3, Disney Interactive Studios has released a brand new trailer which features actual gameplay taking place in both the Monsters, Inc. and Alice in Wonderland worlds, two of six that will be included at the initial launch with additional worlds available in the future via downloadable content on the Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox platforms.

The game trailer also shows off some of the potential co-op play in which players work both with each other and against each other to accomplish the various tasks.

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‘Disney Universe’ Delivers New Trailer, Details Including Downloadable Content

'Disney Universe' from Disney Interactive StudiosAs promised, we have a new teaser trailer for Disney Interactive Studios’ recently announced title, Disney Universe, with a promise of additional content on June 7, as E3 begins.

Disney Universe is a vast treasure chest of Disney properties with memorable characters, places and experiences that gamers, as well as Disney fans will enjoy,’ said Adam Sussman, senior vice president of publishing, Disney Interactive Media Group. ‘The fast-paced, frenetic gameplay combined with wacky humor and hilarious situations make Disney Universe the perfect game to play with family and friends.’

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CONFIRMED: ‘Disney Universe’ Coming to Game Console Near You, Fall 2011

Disney Universe © Disney Interactive StudiosLast week, we reported a brief appearance of a video game titled ‘Disney Universe’ that had made its way to Amazon.com but was removed shortly thereafter.

The game, with adaptations for the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii, boasts the ability for gamers to team up to play more than 40 popular characters from the Disney arsenal.

Expected to be announced at or shortly prior to E3 next week, Disney Interactive Studios has released the following teaser for the game, which it now confirms to be released later this year. The teaser features little blue characters in CosPlay format, portraying a character from TRON: Legacy, Mike Wazowski from Disney/Pixar’s Monsters, Inc., Alice from Alice in Wonderland and Stitch from Lilo and Stitch along with the tagline: ‘Suit Up. Power Up. Team Up.’

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Leaked? ‘Disney Universe’ Video Game Slips Back Into Black Hole

Earlier today, Amazon.com began listing a title called ‘Disney Universe’ for the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii platforms with a release date of May 26, 2011. Subsequently, that information has been removed from Amazon.com’s site (but not before the non-cached pages were picked up by Google).

Not only is it unlikely that a game won’t be announced less than 10 days before its release, but games are traditionally introduced on Tuesdays, which May 26, 2011 is not (nor is it in 2012). That detail is minor, however, as Amazon.com has been known for making mistakes in dating releases before.

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Disney’s ‘Epic Mickey’ On Sale for 40% Off Today Only

Epic Mickey from Disney Interactive StudiosGiven that it’s one of the top five best selling titles for the Nintendo Wii, chances are that you already own a copy of Epic Mickey from Junction Point Studios and Disney Interactive.

If you don’t, however, or if you know someone who doesn’t have it but should, today would be a good day to consider it as Amazon.com is listing it as a gold box deal, offering it for just $29.99 for today only, which represents a savings of 40% off the full retail cost of the game.

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Disney’s ‘Epic Mickey’ Soundtrack Now Available for Purchase via iTunes

Epic Mickey SoundtrackIt took a few more months than we initially anticipated when we first talked about it back in August, but the original game score to Epic Mickey by Emmy Award-winning composer Jim Dooley hit the virtual shelves of iTunes yesterday. Twenty tracks in all are included in the soundtrack which can be purchased online now for $9.99 for the complete album or $.99 per individual track.

The album is also available for download from Amazon.com for $7.99.

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Photos: Disney’s ‘Epic Mickey’ Launch Event at Disney Store Times Square

Junction Point Studios development team at Disney Store 'Epic Mickey' launch event

In celebration of the launch of Epic Mickey from Disney Interactive Studios and Junction Point Studios today, the newly opened Disney Store Times Square played host to an event of epic proportions. At the center of it all was gaming veteran and Junction Point creative director, visionary Warren Spector. Spector was joined by the rest of the development team as they realized the fruits of their labor for the past three years in Epic Mickey.

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Disney’s ‘Epic Mickey’ Featurette: ‘Into the Archives’

In the latest featurette from Disney Interactive Studios and Junction Point Studios for Disney’s Epic Mickey (Available November 30, exclusively on Nintendo Wii), Warren Spector and the Junction Point animators and game developers talk about translating eight decades of history into the video game. Filled with images taken directly from the Walt Disney Studios Archives, Spector notes that virtually everything in the game is inspired directly by a real, tangible Disney production.

For more coverage on Epic Mickey as it approaches the November 30 release date, be sure to follow this live bookmark.

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