Japan's Exclusive Disney Game: Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland - Region Locked Light Feat. Greg

Japan's Exclusive Disney Game: Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland - Region Locked Light Feat. Greg

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[Music] hello my name is Greg and welcome to meetin hot light you lucky people we all know Disney and its many franchises unless you've been living under a rock almost no other animation studio was as successful as Disney when it came to the 16-bit era of video games Disney made lots of games that people still consider to be the best of the generation and that's why finding that Disney had another platformer that was only released in Japan it's curious to see
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why was never brought over to America today we'll be looking at Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland I Vulcan which translates to Mickey's great adventure in Tokyo Disneyland Mickey no Tokyo was released in 1994 by Tony for the SNES and stars the Disney icon Mickey Mouse it's a typical action platformer as was standard for Disney in the 90s but with an interesting twist to navigate the stage Mickey has a gas tank on his back
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which he uses to inflate balloons this allows him to float upwards or release gas all at once to boost in any direction Mickey also carries a water tank allowing him to throw water balloons or place them on the ground as a platform to walk on they can also be used to perform a jump boost Mickey can only attack above him by releasing his deadly gas balloons the size of the balloon can be changed by holding in the button longer just like in real life changing how far the attack will go or how high
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Mickey can fly the title makes use of water balloons and unique puzzle areas such as creating a string of them there must be placed to create a platform to help pass over large holes this basically sums up the games mechanics and sadly there isn't much else to it the balloon attacks for Mickey users was also featured in an earlier game Mickey Mouse three balloon dreams balloon dreams was kind of exclusive to Japan as a Mickey Mouse game but in the u.s. exclusive release he was replaced with a clown this title was published as kid
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clown in nightmare world the game's plot contains many Disney characters as you would expect Mickey Mouse has traveled to Tokyo Disneyland with his friends in order to prepare for the parks latest opening but upon his arrival many reveals that his friends have all been kidnapped by Pete who's taken over the park Mickey must pass through the various iconic attractions of the park to take down Pete whilst also rescuing his friends each stage is set in a different part of the park with its own themed enemies a variety of enemies that range
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from ghosts - robots bees and mimic chests at the end of each stage the player must battle Pete in a variety of forms reminiscent of dr. Robotnik and his robots there are a total of six friends that need to be rescued throughout the game Daisy Donald Scrooge goofy Pluto and everyone's favorite alvera while this means the game isn't particularly long it still can be challenging there are three difficulty settings and even on the easiest mode it still requires a decent amount of skill to progress the changes between these
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settings include the amount of obstacles that will be put in your way as well as how much life Mickey has easy mode gives you eight hit points normal gives you five and hard mode only gives you three the game was likely made to boost interest in Disney's new Tokyo theme park the lack of release outside of the region comes due to licensing issues with Capcom having held the rights to disney games released in the US market on nintendo platforms Mickey Mouse three orchid clown in the US had a prototype
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English translation created by chem Co at the time of its release the reason for his cancellation was because of this licensing problem and as a result it would only make sense that Mickey no Tokyo would suffer the same fate sadly while Mickey Mouse three sort of did get a release with Kempo replacing Mickey Mouse with an original character the same cannot be said for Tommy's SNES title that's all for today but we hope you enjoyed this video we will upload about three times a week and we hope to see you again soon have
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evening enjoy at party time [Music]

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