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Prototype footage of the cancelled Mickey Mania 2

Another game that could have been, but was cancelled early in development. The team instead moved on to creating Toy Story for the SNES/Genesis. I remember playing Toy Story and it had impressive visuals, but I can't remember if the game was any good!
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