Disney Infinity 3.0 Review

Disney Infinity 3.0 Review

This is the best Infinity’s structured play sets have ever been, but the Toy Box remains a wonderful, awe-inspiring and simultaneously overwhelming experience.

Disney Infinity 3 0 The Force Awakens Playset – Review

Living up to the hype left in the wake of a Star Wars sequel that’s smashed records left and right has proven to be a difficult task in the world of Star Wars gaming. While the seventh episode in the movie series has ushered fans into theaters in droves, Disney Infinity 3.0 looks to bring a matching experience to living rooms. The Force Awakens play-set not only gives players two new characters to play with but also a play piece that brings Jakku, Kylo Ren and more that much closer to home.

In this video, avid gamer Joshua Smith goes hands-on with the new Force Awakens set and shows what’s new, how to play and more. Play as your favorite characters from the film, complete tons of quests and feel like a part of the major blockbuster in this new add-on. Rey, Finn, Han Solo and more await in this new adventure, find out if you’re up to the mission in this quick video review.





Disney Infinity 3.0 Gold Edition All Characters, Content Review

The Disney Infinity 3.0 Gold version of the game (available on Steam) does not include the Finding Nemo Play Set or the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set, also these 10 characters are missing from Disney Infinity 3.0 Gold Edition; Alice, The Mad Hatter, Baloo, Time, Nemo, Dory, Black Panther, Ant-Man, Vision, and Captain America (The First Avenger). There is a Captain America character from the Disney Infinity 2.0 game but not the 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds Captain America (The First Avenger) figure. Along with the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set not included neither are the 4 Marvel Battlegrounds Power Discs. 3 round 1 hex. Ghost Rider’s bike is the hex. The 3 round discs are air strikes. Cosmic cube blast, Nova corps strike, and Darkhawks blast. So you get Tomorrowland discs, Zootopia discs, Star Wars discs, and The Good Dinosaur discs from the 3.0 game.

The 2 missing Play Sets; Marvel Battlegrounds and Finding Nemo make it so the Toy Box is missing content. Things like decorations, set pieces that you unlock by playing the Play Set for use in the free roam make your own level Toy Box segment of the game. (now long offline for sharing content with others.) Also unfortunately the Marvel Battlegrounds Play Set featured a Versus mode where 2 to 4 players can fight in a small destructible environment similar to a old PS2 game called Marvel Nemesis. (see my video of it). The Versus mode allowed for up to 4 players at the same time but you could play alone with up to 3 AI.

So in conclusion you are getting 4 of 6 Play Sets for Infinity 3.0 and missing out on only 10 characters of the actual 101 that are included and playable. (many only playable in the Toy Box though) So you get 3 Star Wars Play Sets, Pixar’s Inside Out Play Set The Toy Box Takeover and Toy Box Speedway plus the Toy Box to make your own levels. Keep in mind you can’t use a Star Wars character in the Inside Out Play Set and all the Disney Infinity 1.0 and 2.0 figures are only going to be played in the Toy Box, the Takeover or the Speedway not in any Play Sets. And some of the 3.0 characters are also only used outside of Play Sets and the characters you can use in Play Sets need to be unlocked via collecting “character coins” found through out the levels.

Disney Infinity 3.0 | Game Review

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Disney Infinity 3.0 Review