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  • Summary: The starter pack includes: one Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition Game, 3 Marvel Super Heroes Figures: Iron Man, Thor and Black Widow, one Disney Infinity Base (2.0 Edition), two Toy Box Game Discs, one Marvel's The Avengers Play Set piece, and one Web Code Card.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. 80
    Disney, as with Activision, is going to face stiff competition from Nintendo with its Amiibo line (which taps into the same sense of nostalgic loyalty as Disney Infinity, in fact, and is a bigger threat to it than Skylanders). But Infinity 2.0 shows that the franchise is on the right track, and it might just wind up on top.
  2. Oct 24, 2014
    80
    The improved upgrades, enhanced Toy Box experience and Marvel franchise make this year’s game an enticing proposition. Provided parents are willing to say “no” now and again to children’s pestering for more figures, it also offers good value on the Wii U.
  3. 75
    The second version of Disney Infinity has refined half of the experience into something even better than before.
  4. Oct 17, 2014
    75
    ​​Disney Infinity 2.0 offers the same gameplay as the first one, but with a few fun tweaks like flying and the skill tree. It's not perfect. The figurines stand for an expensive experience and the starter kit offers a very short Play Set.
  5. Oct 28, 2014
    70
    The upgrades to the Toy Box Disney stop Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition from being a completely mediocre game. However, the campaign and overall presentation leave a lot to be desired.
  6. Oct 23, 2014
    59
    Collectible figurines seem like a winner but, just like your dad's Ikea cabinet, it's let down by bad assembly. [Dec 2014, p.76]
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. Nov 3, 2014
    5
    2014 has been an underwhelming year for gaming. Whether it be not meeting the expectations of gamers, coming out with DLC, the constant drama in the gaming community about resolution and graphics, rehashing of old games, just adding content to previous games and putting a name on it, silly gimmicks that nobody cares about and etc. And that is where Disney Infinity comes out with yet another AVERAGE game titled, "Disney Infinity 2.0" editions. I ranted on about this game to myself and on social media enough so here we go. The playsets are five hours long each with a total of 38 rinse and repeat missions, the toy box mode is better/bigger, the roster is still laughable, (missing lots of Marvel/Disney characters) the two games modes in the starter pack are "ok" but a little fun I guess, the figures are expensive and the average side missions from the previous games, are gone. Nothing much more to say about this game is that it only attracts kids/teenagers, figure collectors, casual gamers and this generation of gamers. This game is just ABSOLUTELY PATHETIC! I hope Disney Interactive finds their way again and does better. The PC port suffers from bugs, glitches, the game kicking you out, the server resets itself when you least expect it, lag, the system performance prevents certain PC users from building worlds and etc. Overall, it's a disappointing game and DON'T expect a lot out of it. It is just another gimmick that will end up dying when the next "AVERAGE" gimmick from Disney Infinity comes out. Yay. What a WASTE of INNOVATION for a game that could have been better with a better upgrade system but instead, the upgrade system is laughable, the demanding price for such a lackluster/average game is also laughable. All and all, A HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT. Way to go Disney Interactive. Oh and don't be surprised if you can't get a good trade in value for the figures because YOU WON'T! Have fun with this average game. The characters are fun to play as, the game modes are ok and the toy box mode/community mode is awesome but what is the point if the game is just so....AVERAGE! I wasted $30 on both Drax and Iron Fist combined and I do have buyers remorse from it. NEVER AGAIN! I will stick to going on Ebay and looking up web codes. FYI, a lot of the reviewers that gave this game a 10,9,8 or 7 are delusional at best or our causal gamers. There is nothing note worthy of this game. And with the same middle finger opening from the first previous game, I just say that all and all, it is a HUGE WASTED POTENTIAL OF THE MARVEL LICENSE! NEVER AGAIN WILL I BUY YOUR STUPID FIGURES DISNEY INTERACTIVE with a LAUGHABLE TRADE IN VALUE!!!! Expand
  2. Oct 12, 2014
    4
    Playing this game is best described as cutting steak with a spoon. It looks so promising, but so much of your time is spent fighting the controls. Turning the camera is almost as slow as the original Mario bros (it didn't turn). If that's not bad enough, the camera will also frequently attempt to turn your moving character away from the action.

    The load times are also the longest of any game I've ever seen.

    Assuming that they don't plan to release a 20.00 DLC package to improve your ability to turn around and speed up the load time, I suspect the problem is probably tied to the under-performing Wii-U console. I'm looking forward to seeing if another console provides a better experience.
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