Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition

Rating Summary

Based on 41 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

71

Top Critic Average

43%

Critics Recommend

Based on 41 critic reviews
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Sep 22, 2014

As a children's game, Disney Infinity 2.0 definitely delivers an adorable casual game experience. But as a game solely for grown-ups, it's a little lackluster due to repetition and lack of online play in the current Play Sets available for Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes.

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EGM

Top Critic

9 / 10.0
Sep 23, 2014

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) takes last year's tested formula and adds new features like leveling characters, streamlined editing tools for the Toy Box, and a cast of characters straight from your favorite Marvel comics and movies. While the new Play Sets are only a modest improvement over the ones from last year, the Toy Box is even more amazing, making this the perfect place for those wanting to express their creativity.

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8.1 / 10.0
Sep 21, 2014

With video games being blamed for stunting imaginations in young minds, it's refreshing to see a game that promotes a creative spark. Granted, it's easy to write this game off when confronted by retail stands filled with brightly coloured, individually priced figurines, power discs and more. But younger players will definitely get a blast out of this.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 25, 2014

Infinity 2.0 knows where to lend a hand or take over to keep things from getting boring

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Sep 17, 2014

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is still an excellent upgrade to both the single player and content aspects of the game. There were moments in The Avengers set where my jaw dropped open as enemies tossed cars around like they were cardboard and errant blasts tore chunks out of buildings, giving the whole experience a truly super-heroic epic scale that I didn't expect.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 18, 2014

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is still aimed at the younger crowd, but the new Toy Box and attention to detail will speak to audiences of all ages. With stronger writing and even deeper gameplay options, the third game could really have universal appeal beyond the audience it already reaches. 2.0 feels like a natural evolution, and that's a good thing if you liked the original.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 17, 2014

Depending on what you want from Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition you'll either be underwhelmed or overjoyed. Maybe both. You can see exactly where improvements have been made, and where the series still needs to grow. We're disappointed in the lack of diversity from the available Playsets, but there is still a ridiculous amount of stuff to collect, and it's now more accessible, customizable, and fun than ever.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 18, 2014

It's not until you see it in action in the hands of fans and players that it starts to make better sense. Testing the game out with my own children was a light-bulb moment for me, as I watch them moved seamlessly from playing with the toys on the carpet to placing them on the Infinity Base and continue those adventures on the screen.

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Sep 17, 2014

Disney Infinity 2.0 is a complicated beast, and easy to write off as a money grab for this lucrative new market created by Skylanders. However, see the game in the hands on young players and the different pieces fit together coherently.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 24, 2014

Disney Infinity 2.0 has made some big strides from the original release. There is a ton to do, especially when you dig into the toy box, which should keep fans occupied for a long, long time. Things are just a little complicated for the younger gamers to do all on their own.

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