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Dug Out My Disney Infinity Figures For the Last Time

On 05/29/2019 at 10:40 AM by KnightDriver

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On a list of short games to play, I came across Disney Infinity 2.0 and 3.0, so I thought I'd revist them on Xbox One and then decide what to do with these piles of figures I'd accumulated a few years ago. 

I checked out the Toy Box mode in Disney Infinity 2.0 (also called Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes) with my Stitch figure for a short time before deciding to jump into one of the story modes instead. I played the Spider-Man adventure to the end in about five hours or so.  

I used my Spider-Man figure most of the time and Venom as a backup. Once or twice I got knocked out and had to swap. The game makes you rest the downed character for a while, maybe an hour, I didn't keep track. 

I noticed the developer is Avalanche, the company that does the Just Cause series and the recent Rage 2. So the open world Spider-Man adventure is good. You can use web slinging or grab a hover bike or hover car to swing around the city. There are a variety of tasks to complete, both for story progression and side quests, to level up your figure and acquire new skills. It's surprisingly fun and occasionally challenging. There is a lot of fighting Venom's minions with punching combos and web slinging. The bosses are Green Goblin and Mysterio (I wished there was a Mysterio figure). I like to stun 'em with a web shot and then pound them mercilessly. There are some puzzles to solve as well that made me scratch my head here and there; nothing too difficult, it's made for kids after all. 

Well, I'm going to run through all of 2.0 and then hit the achievements. It seems I only played the Xbox 360 version before and now have a fresh set of achievements to get. What I'll do with the bin full of figures afterwards, I'm uncertain about. I should get rid of them because this game will never get remade. We'll see. 




05/29/2019 at 01:01 PM


05/29/2019 at 07:50 PM

The game does with only a mild feeling of "this is too easy". I like the figures especially. I can't decide which ones to keep. I wish they had done a Dr. Strange figure. That would've made it easy. 

Matt Snee Staff Writer

05/29/2019 at 09:30 PM

they did make cool figures. I like the star wars ones. 


05/31/2019 at 09:28 PM

I was trying to think of my favorite Star Wars figure from Disney Infinity 3.0. I had the original Luke/Leia/Han/Chewie/Vader displayed at one point, but now I don't think any of them are my favorite. Maybe Boba Fett, yea, that was a cool one. 

Cary Woodham

05/31/2019 at 09:40 AM

Right now I'm playing another Disney game: Kingdom Hearts 3.  I wonder if anyone would be interested in a blog about the worlds in that game?


05/31/2019 at 09:20 PM

I'm interested. I tried to get into the first Kingdom Hearts but got stuck on a puzzle. I really like the idea of the game. I should try the other ones sometime. 


06/03/2019 at 01:00 PM

I bought the Disney Infinity games on Steam awhile ago, and reading through your blog makes me want to boot it up and give 2.0, and 3.0 a try. I gave up playing the games after 1.0 with all the figures with the exception of the Lone Ranger. It just didn't call out to me. 


06/04/2019 at 11:38 PM

These games are pretty good. The fighting is fun and the skill trees are complex. Do the STEAM copies give you all the characters to play digitally?

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