I almost don’t even know where to begin with my coverage of Disney Infinity 3.0 because the game itself is so massive in scope that tackling the entire thing at once feels way too daunting for both me to type up and for you to even want to read in one sitting. I decided the best thing to do would be to cover various aspects of the game in different entries, document some of what I write about in casual Let’s Play videos, and go from there.
Today’s post is going to be a little bit of a broad overview. I’m going to attach Episode 1 of my Let’s Play series for you to see some of these things I’m talking about. This will act as my review for the game itself overall. I will review each of the items sold separately for you to be able to make an educated decision on whether or not they are worth the purchase.
[su_youtube_advanced url=”https://youtu.be/c0LBOQg0j7c” width=”700″ controls=”alt” rel=”no” fs=”no” wmode=”transparent”]
What is Disney Infinity 3.0?
Disney Infinity 3.0 is the third game in what what has grown from a simple Skylanders rip off into a juggernaut of a game. As I mentioned before, the scope of DI is huge. There’s a toy box where you can build everything from Disney to Star Wars to Marvel themed worlds, create your own games and script them with in-game tools — yes, you can even make isometric MOBAs in this thing — and decorate a house. There’s even the ability to download other players’ toy boxes.
You can also play through story-driven Play Sets which act as action/adventure games. So far there are three Play SetsÂ released — two for Star Wars and one for Inside OutÂ — which I will review independently. There’s Twilight of the RepublicÂ ($34.99) which takes place in the clone wars era, and Rise AgainstÂ the EmpireÂ ($34.99) which spans New Hope through RotJ. I haven’t picked up Inside OutÂ yet, but I’ll probably grab it soon. Oh, if you buy it be sure to get it in the Inside Out Bundle exclusive to Amazon for $65.
Looking for something a little more like Diablo? A dungeon crawler of sorts? Yep, there’s a game for that called Toy Box Takeover ($20). There’s even upcoming Toy Box expansion called Toy Box Speedway which is a Mario Kart-esque racer.Â I have no idea when that comes out. I will also review these independently since they are each sold separately. (more…)