Excerpt: Disney Infinity 2.0 wants to be your favorite Marvel superhero game. It also wants to be your favorite tower defense game, your favorite dungeon crawler, your favorite set of building blocks, your favorite game creation suite, and your favorite interior decorating sim.
Pros: Many of the first game's biggest issues have been addressed, Wide variety characters and powers
Cons: Included Avengers Playset is bland and way too short, Tries to do too many things, nothing particularly well, If you're looking for actual Disney content, you're going to be disappointed, Collecting everything is prohibitively expensive
Disney Infinity: Toy Story in Space Review: Ride ‘em, Space Cowboy
17 December 2013
Excerpt: It’s no secret that the Toy Story franchise is pretty rad, and it’s easily one of the greatest things to come from Disney and Pixar. If you don’t think so, it’s very likely that you don’t have a heart, because we were all toy-loving kids at some point.
Excerpt: I know, it’s a bit late to be reviewing a game that came out in August, but my review copy didn’t come until Thanksgiving for whatever reason. Now that it’s here and I’ve played through the game entirely, it’s time to review it.
Conclusion: Disney Infinity is rated E-10 with an ESRB descriptor of Cartoon Violence. While you do punch, hit, and shoot various Disney characters, when they lose all their energy they just fall apart like a toy (all the characters have kind of a ‘toy’ look to them).
Excerpt: Disney games such as Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, Aladdin, and the Kingdom Hearts series have one thing in common… they all have magic. And Disney Infinity truly has the famous panted Disney magic.
Excerpt: Two years ago, I was assigned the incredible opportunity to review Toys For Bob and Activision’s Skylanders debut on the Nintendo Wii. At the time, the Spyro franchise was in a bit of a death spiral and Skylanders blew me away with its fantastic gameplay.
Excerpt: I knew I would both like and love Disney Infinity the moment it was announced earlier this year. I am a massive to the point of obsessive Disney fan, and I loved both Skylanders games, so a combination of the two seemed like a win.