Sad about the lost potential. Sad about the impact of unrecommended multi-platform costs. Not sad about the loss of this particular studio - people gotta learn (again) that big talk and lofty ambitions shouldn't sell games without the content to back 'em up.
Sorry, Warren, you're a good man, but, please try again.
Even though I really have not played any of the epic mickey games, I still feel a little sad, but hey, its not the end of the world. I'm sure all the people will find new ventures, ect. It is a shame that the Epic Mickey games were not better received. I did play a few hours of the first game. I actually enjoyed what I played, but really not near enough to make a judgement on the game. One day I would like to play through both console games.
Now, I did try the demo from the 3DS's eshop and man, the game play blows hard in that game. Too slow for me.
Good luck to Warren and everyone else at Junction Point.