Reviews and Problems with Disney Infinity - Starter Pack
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Only get the wiii version if you only have a Wii or 3DS
18 September 2013
Summary: Fantastic game on Wii U and Xbox 360 Good game on PS3 Underwhelming on the Wii the lack of online is one of the most disappointing things so if your kids want to share there creations to the world good luck because as far as I've played there is no online but what's enraging is the multiplayer or...
Game play is a little too complicated, while the game itself is a little too simple
Nathan Webster, Amazon
18 September 2013
Summary: This is a good example of a game where the designers realized all the things they could do, without ever thinking too much about what they should do. In different aspects, it's too simple, and in others too complicated. I'm comparing this to Skylanders, the other - superior - character-driven game.
Summary: My son was very excited to receive the game for Christmas, however, he is not enjoying the game as much I had hoped. He wants to play 2 player mode and doesn't seem to be able to explore worlds as in 1 player mode. Very disappointing.
Wii Limitations does not allow for full game experience
25 August 2013
Summary: The Good: Amazing graphics and game play for kids of any age. Our family is enjoying submersing ourselves in the world of characters we have seen for years. Looking forward to future character releases. The Bad: Power disc crap shoot. Better to buy on ebay and know what you are getting.
Summary: We had not realised that on Wii in the play sets you can only play one character. We had purchased additional figures at considerable cost. The children are disappointed they cannot play together. Sky landers is far superior. Not sure why Disney could not match up.
Summary: The game is good and fun, I bought this as a gift for a birthday but the problem was the portal has broken after the first use and won't register any characters on the portal, this was thoroughly disappointing
Summary: Firstly, there is no comparison to Skylanders. It is completely different in the way gameplay happens. In Skylanders, there is a vast story mode, but in infinity, there are play sets which can't be entered with characters from a different playset.
Summary: Not quite what I expected, not a lot you can do on the game - really is a ploy to get you to keep buying characters - however my daughter loves it and that's the main thing - how long that will last though im not sure!
Summary: Disappointed with this after using Disney Universe and Skylanders which are much more user friendly and easy to use / follow. Help function points you in the direction but it is not necessarily the way to go - confusing for younger children and yhey will require adult help.