Reviews and Problems with Disney Infinity - Starter Pack
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Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes (Wii U)
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 collectible toy line, a world creation platform, and an action platformer. It’s a game where Pirates of the Caribbean’s Jack Sparrow can race Cars’ Lightning McQueen through Cinderella’s castle.
Pros: The amazing quality of the figures, Mixing franchises in Toy Box mode, Character-specific Adventure missions
Cons: Unimaginative and boring Play Sets, Frequent glitches and technical problems, Needing to grind to get the items you want for Toy Box
Excerpt: Disney Infinity breaks my Disney-loving heart. I spent $90 on the starter pack and a Francesco character (he’s a sporty Italian racing vehicle from the Pixar movie Cars) because I knew I was certain to have a great time. Instead, I spent the next 20 or so hours enduring sheer drudgery.
Excerpt: There has been massive hype over the launch of Disney Infinity on the Wii, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U. The hype has been so intense that expectations of Disney Infinity have been raised to levels that are impossible to reach.
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...
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...