Warren Spector has said that he's already got two sequels for Epic Mickey planned out, although he doesn't know if they'll get made. The famous designer said that he always plans to make multiple games in a series.
"I don't do anything that isn't extensible," he told 1up. "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."
But being in Warren Spector's head doesn't necessarily mean seeing the light of day. "In the business world of reality, those games have not approved, and who knows if we'll ever see them," he said. "I had three games planned for Deus Ex, and you see where that got me."
Spector also said that Disney owns the rights to everything his studio Junction Point was previously working on, including the game rights for John Woo's Ninja Gold, and that the studio is already in the "early concept phase" on another project.
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