Disney Infinity’s upcoming Marvel Battlegrounds playset will let four players fight each other in the collectible toy game when it hits next year. Bit of a Smash Bros./Contest of Champions feeling, no?
The second Star Wars adventure set for Disney Infinity 3.0 begins with Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie and the droid flying escape pods to Tatooine for their first meeting with Obi-Wan Kenobi. Wait a minute...
Children’s console games have come a long way in recent years. Gone are the motion controlled mini-game bundles and second rate movie tie-ins. In their place we have experienced and talented developers working with budgets the size of blockbuster movies.
I’ve said this before, but if they were a few bucks cheaper I think Disney Infinity’s toys are so cool that they’d be viable purchases as, well, just toys, the game be damned.
One of Disney’s downloadable creations for Infinity 3.0 is a paint turf war mini-game called “Squid Wars”. It’s far from perfect, but isn’t it oh-so-adorable that they tried?
There was a time when every animated movie came with a quick and dirty platforming tie-in console game. Thanks to the magic of Disney Infinity 3.0 those days are back, only now they come with toys.
I played the first Disney Infinity. Hated it. More importantly, my kids hated it too, because it had too many menus, janky controls and some tedious mission design. Yet here we are, having skipped the sequel, for Dadtaku purposes playing our way through Disney Infinity 3.0. Or as most kids will know it, “the Star Wars…
Today Disney announced an August 30 release date for the Star Wars-themed Infinity 3.0 starter pack, but anyone who has invested in one of the annual toys-meet-games titles knows that the starter pack is just the beginning.
I shouldn’t care about this game. Disney Infinity was terrible, and 2.0 wasn’t much better. And yet, there is hope for 3.0. Mostly because of the involvement of Ninja Theory (Enslaved) and Sumo Digital (Outrun 2006). And just partially because of the sweet figures.
The original Disney Infinity was a wonderful celebration of some iconic Disney worlds (Pirates of the Caribbean, Monsters Inc, Cars...), but the second Marvel-themed Disney Infinity 2.0 didn’t seem to have as much creativity or, I suspect, as much passion in its design.
Teased since the release of 2.0 last year and officially revealed via Game Informer’s June cover story, Disney Infinity adds Star Wars characters to the toys-meet-games mix.
With tons of props from both movies in the series already in the Toy Box, it's about time Disney Infinity 2.0 added a couple characters from Tron, and even if they're from Tron: Legacy.
One wants to wipe out an entire planet. Another was driven insane by mad science. The third really likes Troll dolls. Today Ronan the Accuser, the Green Goblin and Blue Merle join Disney Infinity 2.0.
Now that we've gotten all of that superhero nonsense out of the way, it's time for the Infinity 2.0 figures that true Disney fans have been waiting for.
A new wave of Disney Infinity madness is upon us this week. The first round of figures for the new Marvel Heroes edition of the well known sandbox platformer has hit store shelves and there are more than enough fan favorite characters to choose from.
Remember back in 2012 when GameStop started allowing customers to trade in original Skylanders figures for store credit, and the customer service folk were completely miserable? Now GameStop is accepting Skylanders and Disney Infinity figures. Update: I traded some, check out what I got for them below.
Sure he wears a purple cape and a fishbowl on his head, but Mysterio's special effects-based powers make for a really trippy introduction to Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes's Spider-Man playset.
When I was 12 years old my favorite toys were a ragtag band of Marvel Secret Wars action figures.
Tuesday's North American release of Disney Infinity 2.0 is all about Marvel Comics' finest, but the intro movie is totally Disney.