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?
Last year I was assaulted by trailer after trailer filled with the magical possibilities of Disney Infinity's Toy Box building mode, only to find the best my imagination could muster was an incredibly high plataeu to drive cars off of. My hopes aren't quite as high the second time around.
At the top of the "Places We Weren't Expecting To See BioShock Infinite Referenced" list, Disney Infinity. I guess they both have the whole "Infinity" thing going, but a kid-friendly imagination game seems an odd place for a recreation of the floating town filled with racists and murderers. Have fun, kids!
As my hour with Disney Infinity's Toy Box mode at the San Diego Comic-Con came to a close, producer John Vignocchi had dressed up The Incredibles' Dash in the wings from 1981's Condorman and was attempting to recreate the movie's flight scene.
This looks like so much fun, dammit.
It's yet to have been officially announced by the company, but in an interview with the New York Times, chief executive Robert A. Iger mentions a project called Toy Box, which is apparently an "ambitious" initiative.
After nearly five years with an iPhone in my pocket, I bought an Android phone last week. A HTC One XL. It's a glorious phone, and I had been looking forward to providing a little more Android coverage on GAOTD, but seeing as I've gotten side-tracked playing old Lucasarts adventure games on the thing, I haven't had…
Or, depending on where you are in the world, start it!
Coming in September to toy and specialty shops around the country, these plush representations of Cut the Rope's hungry little mascot Om Nom are so ridiculously adorable I would gladly suffocate beneath a mountain-sized pile.
For a series with such great characters and great visual design, Mass Effect has sadly been neglected on the action figure front, DC Unlimited only just releasing its first line of Mass Effect 2 figures in April 2011.
You know, it's probably more of a "doll", but whatever. Flickr user nael has built himself a Portal 2 action figure/doll, and as you're about to see, it's amazing.
Don't sweat it, Americans! You may not be getting the fancy Deus Ex Collector's Edition that includes an action figure, but you're certainly free to go buying the figure on his own, as he's part of an entire line being released by Square Enix.
Shoot'em up series Darius has a new arcade game, Darius Burst: Another Chronicle and a new series of plastic models, like this.
Neon Genesis Evangelion's Rei Ayanami is an iconic character. Iconic characters mean one thing in Japan. Wait. They actually mean several things, but most notable is how that soft power translates into hard, plastic figures.
In the Monster Hunter universe, felynes are the cat-like characters. They're cute, but these posable figurine versions of them are cuter.
Starting this month, Sega mascot Sonic the Hedgehog and his rival Knuckles are revving their engines. Their remote controlled engines.
This September, what are you doing? Game company Konami is releasing two Beatmania IIDX figures. So there.
Final Fantasy XIII is not out yet, and it won't be in Japan until this December. Know what that means? Let's start the marketing blitz right now.
Welcome to Toybox! We've decided to centralise most of our toy/action figure/adult collectible news into a single feature, which we'll be running every week or two. This week, we've got Kingdom Hearts, a stunning custom Metroid statue and a Halo Mongoose.