... this and Skylanders with younger children I would strongly recommend Skylanders. While both are in the same market
Crestar "Crestar", Amazon
8 May 2015
Summary: Between this and Skylanders with younger children I would strongly recommend Skylanders. While both are in the same market, the Disney Infinity game does not have all of the voice acting that is present in the Skylanders title.
Summary: So much fun. My children play more than I do. I'm still trying to figure out if more than one person can play a figure without over-writing the data. It doesn't seem like you can, so if you have 2 people that want to play the same figure you have to either share the saves or get two figures.
Summary: Not what I expected. Game is hard for my kids to figure out. Too much reading needed to play. I have to sit with the younger ones while they play and read it to them. Skylanders is much better for kids, and more fun. We still haven't really figured out how to really play infinity.
Summary: Disney Infinity offers long but dragged out playsets with little innovation with more than five hours of missions and side missions, the toy box mode is innovative and fun and the characters are fun to play as. The roster however is laughable along with the prices of the figures and starter packs.
Summary: These figures don't give you any extra content. I had held off buying them after realizing that none of the recent additions gave any content except allowing you to use the character in the Toy Box, but they went on sale when 2.0 was released, so I went ahead and grabbed them, since the kids wanted...