Summary: Assaut on Asgard is a Game Disc for the Toy Box in Disney Infinity 2.0. This is one of the game discs available with the Marvel Starter Set. Assault on Asgard is a tower defense game. The basic idea of this game is to defend Odin's treasure from wave after wave of Ice Giants. You need to plan with the environment in mind, placing traps to help you defeat the Giants. Destroying the Giants release coins which is "money" later used to buy more traps to stop the next wave.
the community is great and the devs are very involved (often patch weekly) ...
Joshua Richmeyer, Amazon
1 February 2015
Summary: This has been my go to game for over a year now, I have dropped over 1.5k hours into it. I also have LOTS of other games to play over 500+ on my steam account, and others here and there. Pros: you get to play lots of marvel heroes, fast action, lots to do, not too complicated or confusing, the community is great and the devs are very involved (often patch weekly) and you can get heroes for free.
Summary: I'm not a hardcore gamer by any stretch, but I really enjoyed downloading and playing this game for free. The story was fun and the settings were diverse. I don't have the time to play through it multiple times, optimizing all the characters and such, but knowing those options are out there only enhances the game. There is clearly a ton of stuff to do here.
Summary: I've put a ton of hours in this game. Normally, I shy away from F2P games because they can turn into a money sink, but what attracted me to Marvel Heroes was the fact that you can be completely F2P if you want to. Granted, you still need the time to gather the items needed to unlock things via in-game currency, but almost everything CAN be purchased for free if you put enough time in.
Summary: I've been playing Marvel Heroes since February 2014 and I completely love it. That's not so say that I wasn't skeptical at first--after all, 99.9999999% of all F2P games nowadays are either never updated or have a completely "pay-to-win" system. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that neither of those problems exist within Marvel Heroes. Of course, there is a cash shop.