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  • Summary: Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars to the ever-growing collection of Marvel, Disney and Disney Pixar characters, stories and worlds. Together new heroes can join forces with characters from previous editions and embark on adventures as big as yourDisney Infinity 3.0 Edition Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars to the ever-growing collection of Marvel, Disney and Disney Pixar characters, stories and worlds. Together new heroes can join forces with characters from previous editions and embark on adventures as big as your imagination in the 3.0 Toy Box! Disney Infinity encourages you to play your way, whether you explore open-world creation in the Toy Box or story-driven gameplay inside Play Sets! Expand

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Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition - Announcement Trailer
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  1. Nov 4, 2015
    9
    For a single-player Star Wars game for $19.99, I think this game is fantastic. I am not into the Toy Box and Building as people state the bestFor a single-player Star Wars game for $19.99, I think this game is fantastic. I am not into the Toy Box and Building as people state the best part to this game, I just wanted a fun single player campaign swinging a lightsaber around, and that’s just what the Twilight of the Republic $19.99 is.

    I bought the Twilight of the Republic Playset which comes with Ahsoka Tano and Anakin Skywalker, I am only playing as Snips and having a lot of fun. It’s more of a kids game but when was the last time a decent melee game based on lightsaber game came out for PC? I can’t recall any... since Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast. The game is fun bigger in places then I thought, i.e. Coruscant and Tatooine. After playing this I will definitely be purchasing the next playsets once I am through this campaign.

    Us PC players don’t have much to look forward too, I know we all want KOTOR III and Jedi Outcast IV, maybe even Battlefield to have a Single Player campaign with just lightsabers (I Know I want that) but for now I am having a blast playing this game. It’s very similar to Lego Games the way it portrays a kid’s atmosphere. Playing the Single Player Campaign through only 3 levels so far is lots fun and I have seen a lot of variety. The flying missions are sort of a nice change of pace too. The melee combat is a lot of fun! You can tell a lot of care went into the lightsaber combat! Right now, this is the best way I believe to have melee lightsaber combat in a PC video game!

    You want a fun single player light saber based game? This is the one for you. There is no dynamic edge of your seat story, but it’s just fun wielding a lightsaber in a PC game.
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  2. Feb 15, 2016
    6
    I went on a whim and downloaded this even though it has such a bad review average. And I am surprised, or actually puzzled... I am not quiteI went on a whim and downloaded this even though it has such a bad review average. And I am surprised, or actually puzzled... I am not quite sure why so many people downrate the game for the store and the player having to buy pretty much everything. Not that I am DEFENDING it, it's just... when I first saw Infinity figures at the store, I read about it, and learnt that the BASIC IDEA is to buy those figures so you could use them in your game (and have the figures on your shelf, I guess). That's what I heard the game was based on.

    So I was surprised people complain about just THAT. However, is the F2P-thing a lie? Kinda, but not entirely. You CAN play the game and unlock some stuff for your toybox, you can do the daily challenges and dabble around with a very very basic toybox (the building-area). In order to do so, you can use three characters that are available for trying. The three available ones are switched every week, AFAIK. When I tried it, I was able to play Olaf, Asokah and Hulkbuster.

    I then went on Ebay and searched for Infinity webcodes (the code the figures come with. You can type them into the store in game and unlock the respective character). For 1 EUR, I was able to buy Luke Skywalker (be careful! Some of the guys sell codes for a EUR or two, but ask for like 11 EUR shipping cost, which is silly, as they can just email you the code).

    Now, what is the game like? It's fun! It ofc is aimed at younger players, and is totally safe to be played by your child... it's kinda cute, and has a mix of jumping, running, climbing, melee and ranged combat (each character has unique abilities, and you can unlock more).
    It's not terribly challenging, but IMO, it's made with some love for the franchises (Disney/Marvel/Star Wars). It has references to all those movies and characters, a great soundtrack (of course it does, as they can use the soundtrack from, like, the SW movies), and you will find a lot of very familiar characters.
    Of course, it's a matter of taste whether you like the graphics, whether you like to play jump and run in some Alladin-area with a SW-character, etc
    IMO, this is a fun casual game. Of course, you have to invest some money to unlock stories and characters, but even if you don't, you can use the trial-characters and check out demos of the stories, the toybox and the daily mission.
    And yes, there is a STRONG focus on microtransactions, but what do people expect, it's the basic idea of the Infinity-system.
    If you are looking for a nice, casual, simple action/jump/combat-game with tons of Disney-flavor, check it out.
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  3. Nov 4, 2015
    0
    Corporate greed at its best, meaning worst. Ridiculously overpriced DLC for a game that is supposed to be "Free to Play" - These days, thisCorporate greed at its best, meaning worst. Ridiculously overpriced DLC for a game that is supposed to be "Free to Play" - These days, this term should be renamed to "Free to Pay" since most of the so-called Freemium games cost significantly more than AAA titles if you want the 'full experience' Expand
  4. Jan 19, 2016
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    Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition: Pay Without Limits. Kill me now. Go find a Desert Eagle, find me, and put a bullet into my skull so hopefullyDisney Infinity 3.0 Edition: Pay Without Limits. Kill me now. Go find a Desert Eagle, find me, and put a bullet into my skull so hopefully while I burn in hell I forget this game exists. Expand
  5. Nov 1, 2015
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    This is the most disgusting display of greed I have ever seen in gaming. This 'game' can't even be called a free demo as it is really more ofThis is the most disgusting display of greed I have ever seen in gaming. This 'game' can't even be called a free demo as it is really more of just a 15 minute interactive trailer. It's just a DLC distribution platform.

    Free to Play - hehehe - right.
    "Content and characters sold separately" Lol - that's the last line of the video.
    It's like, "Hi little girl - I have a SUPER-AWESOME DISNEY game for you ... and it's FREE!"
    "... but sir... this is an empty box."
    "Yes, but it's FREE! If you would like to play with your favorite Disney characters, Tell your Mommie and Daddy to pay $574 for the FREE game and the characters and content!"

    "And remember ... if they don't buy it for you it is only because they love your little brother more than you..."
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  6. Oct 31, 2015
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    This game sadly rips off even dedicated fans. Disney Infinity 2.0 did it right, if you bought the games for other consoles and had a webcode,This game sadly rips off even dedicated fans. Disney Infinity 2.0 did it right, if you bought the games for other consoles and had a webcode, you could play it on the PC as well, for no additional charge. However, to play 3.0 on PC as well, you have to buy your starter pack a second time. This is outrageous and a horrible "treat" for those dedicated fans who bought the console version ahead of time to unlock the PC version. Expand