The Disney Infinity franchise has matured and become adult. Disney Infinity 3.0 is an entertaining adventure, full of action, lightsaber fights, space flights and familiar characters . All the power of Star Wars is in your hands. May the Force be with you.
Disney Infinity 3.0 improves on everything from the past games, bringing back elements and showing new improvements that are so amazing. First of all what we get, two Star Wars characters which is awesome. A play set with endless playtime, also with another adventure you can play in the toy box, it’s basically a tutorial but it feels like a playset which is very cool. This time around the toy box is a masterpiece, with endless possibilities and so many ways to play it’s this games biggest improvement. The online is also pretty much perfect and playing with friends is amazing,also awesome ways to play and download other toy boxes. I always remove one point to toys to life games because of how expensive they are but...Disney Infinity 3.0 is an amazing crossover of Disney marvel and Star Wars, it makes the game more exciting when all those franchises are represented perfectly but also this version of Disney Infinity comes with two amazing adventures two amazing characters and one charming masterpiece ****. (A Masterpiece 5/5) You Must Play It!
If you know what your getting yourself into with the Figures to play setup of this game, much like Skylanders or the soon to be released Lego Dimensions, it is a wonderful game. This is not a "hardcore" gamers game although, they too could find some fun with it. This is a family game at it's core. It is easily accessible to the younger crowd and very forgiving in it's method of game play.
The best thing about this version is that the playsets actually have a feel of polish to them and a level design that gets you out their and exploring the worlds instead of just pushing threw big empty boring cities (looking at you 2.0)
The fighting has been improved dramatically, and I find myself with my Son putting the game on Hard to give us a little challenge, as on normal it's a cake walk. Extreme is a bit too hard for my 6 year old, but if I find myself playing alone, the level I set it on. The only wish list item I have is that they would go back and revamp the original 1.0 characters to have the design in regards to the leveling system that the new characters have (Super moves, blocks, block breakers, super jumps, etc....)
The Toy box is VASTLY improved this time around, with downloadable and fun levels in the "Disney sanctioned" section right at launch. And the free pre order bonus ($20 now) of the toybox take over is addicting and fun way to get your characters from all IP's together to play in a well designed level. Wish it was longer, I'd pay for a fully flushed out game with that design tbh.
Over all a great family game, with a moderately high cost to get started, and very high cost for those with collectors OCD, but the figures are beautiful and if you like Marvel, Disney, or Star Wars stand on their own as great little shelf pieces if nothing else.
So far fun fun fun, and that is all you can really ask **** that is marketing itself as a fun family Disney game.
With the assistance of Sumo Digital and Ninja Theory, the racing and combat are vastly improved. A strong emphasis is placed on variety; hopefully signaling an end to scenarios like seemingly endless waves of frost giants.
The Force Awakens playset recreates the action and excitement of the new movie in a fun, cartoony way that will delight children as well as any Star Wars fan who's still in touch with their inner child.
An improvement over its predecessors in nearly every way. While younger family members always had fun exploring the Toybox with all of their favorite Disney and Marvel characters, this one's Playsets actually feel like a true game, with stories worth experiencing. Highly recommended to any fan of Infinity or Star Wars.
This is the first Disney Infinity title I have played, and I am certainly glad I started at 3.0. Most characters in the Disney Infinity lineup, other than the Star Wars ones, do not interest me. There are a few here and there from the classic Disney films and the Marvel collection, but for the most part I am only interested in the Star Wars aspects of Disney Infinity. The Disney Infinity playset Twilight of the Republic is the playset that comes with the purchase of the starter pack. For those who have not played a past Infinity game, playsets are basically campaign or story modes. This playset sort of feels like an extension of the Clone Wars TV series, and to some degree even looks similar to the clone wars. It feels as if a short clone wars story was taken and stretched into 6 or 7 hours of gameplay. Twilight of the Republic main story is just enough to show the player why he or she is going to the various locations throughout the game.These locations are Coruscant, Tatooine, Geonosis, and Naboo. While the game is open-world, the locations at each of these planets is fairly limited and there is not a whole lot of variety in location on each individual planet. Naboo especially was a disappointment, and felt like a lost opportunity to create a very interesting environment to explore. There are also many side quests on each planet. Some of these quests are fairly enjoyable and give a nice change of pace from the rest of the game, but many are just fetch quests that were not really worth putting in the game. The two characters that come with Twilight of the Republic are Ahsoka Tano and Anakin Skywalker. The lightsaber combat in the game feels fairly well designed and complex enough to entertain older audiences. This is probably because of the assistance Avalanche Studios received from Ninja Theory. Less experienced players can go through the game just pressing triangle and not partaking in any of the combos, but more experienced players can continue learning and mastering all of the combos to become the most efficient they can at the game. The characters themselves feel different enough that you may want to switch between them every once in a while to put in some variety, but still both feel fairly similar. Anakin has some slightly more aggressive moves while Ahsoka has some better ranged moves. All the other Star Wars characters can also be used in the Twilight of the Republic if you purchase them and find their coin. Another part of the playset is the space battles. These space battles are not very long, and you do not have to participate in more than a couple. They change the action up a bit, but definitely are not something the player is going to want to do very much. Now let's move on to the toybox. The toybox is Disney Infinity's signature mode. Toybox mode allows players to create levels using the tools in Disney Infinity. Avalanche Studios has been improving, expanding, and polishing the toybox since 1.0.This can easily be seen by the amount of tools at the player's disposal. When Disney says there are infinite possibilities in the toybox, they are not that far from being right. Now the actual building in Infinity is not all that accesible for a game made for younger audiences. The player is forced to try to build, rather than learn to build. After you figure out the buildiing mechanics, the possibilities are just about "infinite" Even if you don't want to build your own level, there are tons of games and places to explore in the toybox. You can even download other players' levels. While not all of these levels are going to be a polished and fun experience, many are still a worthwhile playthrough. Everything in the toybox can be accessed through the toybox hub. This hub shows all the different types of levels, and shows how to build and access these levels. The toybox allows you to move at your own pace and doesn't force you to really do much of anything before you can access something else. Whatever you want to do in the toybox is accessible from the moment you jump in the hub.Some of the game types playable in the game are platforming, racing, and farming. While farming is not in any way enjoyable to me, the platforming can be fairly enjoyable. Some platforming mixed with some combat can create a really great level. Racing on the other hand, is not so great. The racing is trying to be simplistic and fast like Mario Kart, but it does not succeed. Turning and drifting are difficult to control and many times you can go flying off the track. Racing was one of my most anticipated parts of Disney Infinity, but the racing turned out to be more irritating than fun most of the time. It should also be said that all 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 characters work in the toybox, but only specific characters work with each playset. Disney Infinity is trying to be an all-in-one game, but it does not fully succeed in all the areas it is trying to cover.
As far as games go, this was a massive disappointment for me. The game was advertised as a free and open game, akin to Gmod or even Minecraft. Needless to say I am not a fan of buying every single character in the game for $15, and the characters are extremely disappointing as well. If you don't believe me, consider this, Ant Man can't even shrink. You can use another $15 to buy a map pack thing, but those are extremely boring anyways, also, am I the only one who thinks this game was destined to be more than 2 player? This game has a fun concept, but is utterly squashed in the extraordinary feeling of closeness. There really isn't anything worth your time to do, so I suggest leaving this game to the kids
Why I need to pay for all that stuff that I DON'T need neither want to!? D: They ruin their own product...I bought the game, THEN I realise that I'm must buy figures and a device, in order to be able to play...that is ridiculous.
SummaryTwilight of the Republic is an all-new, original chapter of the Star Wars Saga, set in the Episodes I-III timeline. Get ready to use the Force and Lightsabers in epic battles as Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, and Darth Maul.