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Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition

Avalanche Software, Disney Interactive Studios
Sep 23, 2014 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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6.8 / 10
Metro GameCentral
6 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition


6.8 / 10.0
Daniel Krupa

Disney Infinity 2.0 has a lot of improvements, Toy Box is still great, but it doesn't feel like a major upgrade.

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A game of two halves: the new Marvel adventure is awful but the improved Toy Box is good enough to inspire kids to make something much better themselves.

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Disney Infinity 2.0 tries to do too many things, and ends up not being very good at any of them.

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None of the play sets deliver big gameplay thrills, but the Toy Box is once again great fun for aspiring artists or a group of people looking to mess around

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

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The Toy Box is back and better than ever in Disney Infinity 2.0, and it's still a great way to have a shared gameplay experience with the favorite little child in your life (even if that's you).

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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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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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