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  • Summary: In Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes, players will use real-world interactive Marvel figures to activate original storylines (Play Sets) in the virtual game worlds of some of Marvels most popular franchises, including The Avengers. In the Play Sets - penned by award-winning Marvel comicIn Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes, players will use real-world interactive Marvel figures to activate original storylines (Play Sets) in the virtual game worlds of some of Marvels most popular franchises, including The Avengers. In the Play Sets - penned by award-winning Marvel comic writer Brian Michael Bendis - players will be able to take on the role of more than 20 Marvel characters including Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, Thor, Hulk and Hawkeye to battle enemies, complete challenging missions, solve puzzles and ultimately save the world from destruction.

    Featuring an enhanced Toy Box mode, Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes will introduce new structured, franchise-themed adventures that players can customize and play using any in-game character from across the Disney Infinity universe. Fans will also have hundreds of Marvel-themed items, locations, props and characters at their disposal to create their own stories or even re-create their favorite comic book moments.

    The Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) video game Starter Pack includes:
    -1 Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) Video Game
    -3 Marvel Super Heroes Figures: Iron Man, Thor and Black Widow
    -1 Disney Infinity Base (2.0 Edition)
    -2 Toy Box Game Discs
    -1 Marvels The Avengers Play Set piece
    -1 Web Code Card
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E3 2014: Disney Infinity 2.0 - Spider-Man Play Set Trailer
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  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. May 20, 2015
    80
    If you can overlook the visual limitations you will find a very enjoyable and long lasting Marvel-flavoured experience here. It could get expensive, but Marvel fans - and children - will love it.
  2. Jun 11, 2015
    76
    Disney Infinity arrives to PS Vita with all the features that turned it a success in other platforms: unique adventures, great characters and the Toy Box, which allow us to create our own universes. Too bad that the Spider-man playset has arrived later to PS Vita than to other platforms and it just comes with only one figure in the Starter Pack.
  3. Jul 10, 2015
    72
    Disney Infinity 2.0 gets an OK PS Vita port, although weighed down due to technical issues. Stage edition and creation is still there, although it lacks multiplayer options, something that will disappoint its target gamers.
  4. Jul 2, 2015
    67
    If you're a Vita completist like me, of course, it's well worth the investment, since it's enjoyable enough to be worthwhile, but otherwise, I'd suggest proceeding with no small degree of caution.
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  1. Jun 27, 2015
    9
    This is the console version in your hands, albeit with a lower resolution. The whole game in your hands is an achievement in itself, you justThis is the console version in your hands, albeit with a lower resolution. The whole game in your hands is an achievement in itself, you just have to accept the lower resolution allows this.
    The game runs smooth and web slinging around the massive city with ease is s joy, missions are fun and the controls work well although the camera can be your enemy in some cases.
    Graphics are solid and the art style is nice, as stated before you just have to accept to that the resolution is lower than normal to get the full game running on the handheld, 10 mins in and you get used to it.
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  2. Jun 7, 2015
    7
    This is a mix of the incredible and the slightly disappointing. The incredible is the fact they managed to squeeze the entire console gameThis is a mix of the incredible and the slightly disappointing. The incredible is the fact they managed to squeeze the entire console game onto the Vita. High quality package, exclusive figure and even a manual. The game plays and contains all that the consoles offer minus 2 players. The game also plays on PSTV, however blown up the low resolution used is really highlighted if you sit too close. The low resolution, variable frame rate and the slow rate of rendering in Toybox are the spoilers in this package. How big an impact this will have for you depends on how you use the package. For me its a great way of playing through the stories and gets more play than the PS4. Expand
  3. Oct 4, 2016
    6
    for a long time now i´am very curious about this whole toys-videogame combi thing. So now was the time because this infinity starter set forfor a long time now i´am very curious about this whole toys-videogame combi thing. So now was the time because this infinity starter set for the vita, with the black spiderman was under 10€/$. My opinion about the vita version is very mixed. The figures itself are very nice, and my little daughter loves to play with them. So they are great for that. For the videogame itself it´s kind of a mixed bag. The game self contains two big parts. The playset and the toybox. The playset ist like a singleplayer action adventure. in this case a spiderman themed one. The toybox is kind of a minecraft/lego creator set. And both of this gametypes are quite enoyable. Unfortunately i can only use my spiderman figure in the playset part. the other figures are only usable in the toybox mode. and you have to pay attention when it comes to buy these toys, because Infinity 3.0 figures are not compatible to this version of the game. Okay here comes my biggest problem with the game itself. The game-engine. The framerate on the vita, especially in the spiderman playset is all over the place. When it comes to fighting and webswinging it´s very irritating and hard to focus on the right enemy and where to go. That brings me to next con. The lockon mechanism. At some point of the game there are enemy generators, which you should destroy to provent the enemies from respawning. But for some reasons spidy attacks enemies on the other side of the room instead of the generator right in front of it. So and now the last con for me, and that is the difficulty of the fighting sections. i play a ton of hardcore games in the last 30 years, but sadly fighting in a game dedicated to kids make me change the difficulty setting to easy. With the cons mention, especially the protection mission are nearly impossible. And after the 20th try you get nausea from the framerate. The graphics itself looks fine. Not great but good. Good models, good textures. The sound design is also decent. The whole cons are not as present in the Toybox mode. I think this is the part of the game where you get the most fun out. After you have unlock all the available toybox stuff. Which is sadly not available from the beginning. And the toybox mode is where this whole figures, powerdisk- game combi thing come into play to his full potential. Last point. Keep in mind that Disney Infinity on the Vita is no game for the go. I mean the Infinity station is wireless and has an battery, but i doubt that someone can play this on the bus or subway. So if you like that kind of stuff, or want to play something fun with your kids together, get the version for the big consoles. For what i understand there is also a two player mode, and you certainly have a stable framerate. Expand