Screenshot Saturday: Epic Mickey Deuce, Dishonored, Minecraft 360, iPad Baldur’s Gate and a World Gone Sour

Welcome back to another weekend edition of Screenshot Saturday. This week is a bit lighter on quantity than usual, but certainly not light on star power.

Below you’ll find a baker’s dozen galleries full of beautiful video game still imagery. Epic Mickey 2 makes its first appearance, the sequel’s official announcement for Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360 hitting the newswire on Friday. Arkane Studios’ first-person action game Dishonored resurfaces, looking more impressive than ever. More new pics of Microsoft’s Xbox Live Arcade ‘Arcade Next’ titles Minecraft, Trials Evolution and Bloodforge are in as well, and the first screenshots of Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition have me craving an iPad.

Other screenshotted games include Capcom’s sugary-sweet platformer World Gone Sour (PSN/XBLA release is a go for April 10/11), Cyanide’s tactical PC RPG Confrontation (retail and digital download launch set for April 5th), newly launched mech action game Armored Core V, the PS3 and PS Vita cross-compatible Foosball 2012, Sony’s LittleBigPlanet Karting PS3 kart racer, Square Enix’s Nintendo 3DS music game Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, and Final Fantasy XIII-2 featuring a Mass Effect 3 DLC crossover.

Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360):
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Dishonored (PC, PS3, Xbox 360):
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Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (XBLA):
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Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition (iPad):
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World Gone Sour (PSN, XBLA):
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Bloodforge (XBLA):
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Trials Evolution (XBLA):
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Confrontation (PC):
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Armored Core V (PS3, Xbox 360):
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Foosball 2012 (PS3, PS Vita):
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LittleBigPlanet Karting (PS3):
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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (Nintendo 3DS):
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Final Fantasy XIII-2 – N7 Armor DLC (PS3, Xbox 360):
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