Reviews and Problems with Disney Infinity - Starter Pack
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Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes (Wii U) Review
23 September 2014
Excerpt: We’ve been spoiled in recent years with a bevvy a well-made super hero video games. Developers such as Traveller’s Tales have given us excellent DC and Marvel LEGO experiences, injecting equal parts humor and comic book lore into expansive open-worlds brimming with possibility.
Excerpt: Disney Infinity is a game that gives you the power to become all of the magical characters that you loved from the Disney and Pixar world from the comfort of your own living room. Maybe you have sometimes pondered what it would be like to have the various characters go against each other in a race or even what a day in their shoes would be like.
Excerpt: The home console version of Disney Infinity was fantastic fun. Sure it has some flaws here and there, but overall it is a good entry into the industry. Disney Infinity on the 3DS is deceptive and worthless. We requested a reviewable copy of Disney Infinity on the 3DS for months. We were told it was coming, we were ignored, and we were never provided for. So on Black Friday I purchased a copy for half the price. And it is not even worth that price.
Creative Disney adventure lets kids build own games.
Common Sense Media
21 August 2013
Summary: Parents need to know Disney Infinity is an action adventure game that uses real toy figurines to introduce characters into the game. Inspired by Activision's toy-based Skylanders games, the $74.99 base game -- which includes a stand on which players set figurines to transport characters into the game, plus three figurines -- can be augmented with additional real-world toys that start at $12.99 per figurine.
Excerpt: For a cool idea for a kid's game, Disney has made its ambitious new project sound very complicated indeed. An "interactive platform" that's cost over $100 million to develop, it comprises a range of franchise-specific games, physical toys, collectible card-style blind booster packs and an overarching creation tool, the Toy Box, which ties together all of the above.
Excerpt: For a company synonymous with magic and childhood wonder, Disney Infinity should have been the blockbuster game of the summer. Its combination of collectible Skylanders-esque figures and a Minecraftian world builder have been proven breadwinners elsewhere in the industry, so you would think the added dose of everyone's favourite Disney and Pixar characters would only serve to sweeten the deal.
Excerpt: Disney forsøger med Infinity at lægge sig ud med Activision og deres enormt succesfulde Skylanders-serie. Spillet er næsten opbygget på samme måde med en fysisk platform og en række fysiske figurer, som du placerer på platformen, hvorved de vækkes til live digitalt på din skærm. Desværre er Disneys første forsøg ikke helt så vellykket som Skylanders, om end der bestemt er både potentiale og gode elementer i denne udgivelse.
Pros: Spillet er på dansk, så de små kan også være med Mange flotte og sjove missioner Masser af potentiale!
Cons: Lidt tamt udvalg af karakterer - vi mangler de rigtige klassikere! Lidt svingende kvalitet af de forskellige eventyr Bilspillet fra Vilde Rolf er frygteligt