Summary: This game is a never ending money pitt due to the characters you have to buy to play it. although my kids dont play the game, they always want new characters. Spent over 200 total btw starter pack and several character. and they have pry spent an hour sense Christmas playing it.
Summary: I don't understand why you cant play all characters on any playset? The story and missions are the same no matter what character you use. I can play spidey and venom on the spiderman playset but once the missions are over you're finished. Being such a short game the replay value isn't there. Not a real big fan of Thor, black widow so unless I want to buy the hulk I'm finished with the avengers set after ironman. Can't get into toybox.
Summary: The limit on the number of toys is a little low. With 3-4 building you run into the maximum items. Why? Minecraft is more advanced in this category. The next issue is that there is no chat on the ps3 version. Now the kids need to use my phone to talk to each other. They are definitely loosing interest in the multiplayer due to this missing feature. They also alway choose minecraft over disney infinity.
Summary: You can only play with two players if you have two figurines of the same movie. If you're gonna buy this game, you might as well add at least another 60 bucks so you can add to your cart the figures that match this set. Example: You can't play Monsters University world with Sullivan and Jack Sparrow. You have to have the green eyeball too.
Summary: Well, the game is fun. Especially with kids. I'll give it that. However, it fails on several key fronts: First, there is no reason that this game should have been tied to a toy franchise. The toys merely unlock characters in the game. No significant data is stored on them, and leveling them up does nothing for the characters themselves other than incrementing a numeric value.
Frozen "Playset" only emphasizes the problems with Infinity. It's beautifully boring.
19 September 2013
Summary: Before anyone gets mad at my score let me say I knew what I was getting into and I dont regret buying this. BUT... just because you love something doesnt mean you can't point out its flaws. And this "Play Set" is exactly whats wrong with Disney Infinity. No matter how beautiful the character looks, if there's no custom adventure for them then the game gets incredibly boring.
Summary: Im direkten Vergleich zum Vorgänger stösst es gleich übel auf, dass man hier nur eine Spielwelt hat (beim Vorgänger waren es drei). Die zu erkundende Spielwelt ist nach dem gleichen langweiligen Strickmuster wie alle Disney Playsets: Suchen nach Missionen und sonst viel Leerlauf und rumgerenne durch verpixelte Maps. Einzig die Figuren, die wir fleißig dazu kaufen sollen, sind ihr Geld wert. Eine gute Verarbeitung und wirklich schön anzusehen.
Summary: Attention les yeux (et les porte-monnaies), Disney a décidé, avec cette version 2.0 d'Infinity, de pousser encore plus loin le concept de jeu en kit déjà expérimenté avec Disney Infinity premier du nom. Car si dans le premier épisode, le pack de démarrage contenait 3 aventures complètes (Pirates des Caraïbes, les Indestructibles, Monstres Academy), avec cette édition 2.0 il n'y a plus qu'une seule aventure de départ (Avengers).