By Alexa Ray Corriea on Feb 17, 2014 02.17.14
Two characters from one of Disney's more popular cartoon franchises Phineas and Ferb — sleuthing platypus Agent P and the titular Phineas — are joining the ruckus in Disney Infinity's Toy Box on April 1. These two characters will be accompanied by two new power disks that give Toy Box a makeover to look like Phineas and Ferb's city of Danville: one is for an all-over terrain remake and the other paints over Disney Infinity's Skydome to look like the TV show's cloud-pockmarked sky. The Danville power discs even recreate the show's antagonistic Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated building and a small waterslide park invented in one of the cartoon's episodes. Phineas carries his trademark Baseball Shooter, a gun that fires baseballs, while Agent P uses his signature fedora to thwack...
By Dave Tach on Feb 07, 2014 02.07.14
Disney Infinity will add another iconic character to its real-world toy/video game platform this Sunday, Feb. 9: Sorcerer's Apprentice Mickey Mouse. The Fantasia star will be available at retailers nationwide for $12.99, according to publisher Disney Interactive's Tumblr. Press play above to see Mickey in action and his Mickey's Magical Escape toy box. Disney unveiled Sorcerer's Apprentice Mickey at the D23 fan event last August. Avalanche Software's Disney Infinity, which has sold 3 million units, has added several new characters since its release last year, including A Nightmare Before Christmas' Jack Skellington and characters from Frozen, Rapunzel and Wreck-It Ralph. For more on the game, be sure to read and watch Polygon's Disney Infinity review.
By Dave Tach on Nov 22, 2013 11.22.13
Characters from Frozen, Rapunzel and Wreck-It Ralph are headed to Disney Infinity, Disney Interactive announced today. The characters, prices and release dates are as follows: Frozen Toy Box Pack with Anna and Elsa will be released nationwide Nov. 26 for $29.99. Rapunzel from Tangled will be available at Walmart Nov. 22 - Dec. 31 for $12.99. Wreck-It Ralph from the movie of the same name will be available at Best Buy Nov. 22 - Dec. 31 for $12.99. Vanellope from Wreck-It Ralph will be available at Target Nov. 24 - Dec. 31 for a MSRP of $12.99. Disney Interactive will also release 20 new Power Discs, which grant characters in-game powers. The circular and hexagonal disks features characters and items from movies like Alice in Wonderland, Frankenweenie, The Nightmare Before...
By Dave Tach on Oct 03, 2013 10.03.13
Jack Skellington, the lovable star of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, is headed to Disney Infinity with a figurine you can purchase first through GameStop Oct. 5. Those who buy the $13.99 toy can play as the Pumpkin King in Disney's open-world sandbox game. Jack will come equipped with explosive in-game jack-o'-lanterns, which he can toss around his new home, a Toy Box mode called Halloween Town. He'll arrive at other retailers Oct. 29 — just in time for Halloween. Check out the trailer above to see the Scare Master — the first of several more characters headed to the game through 2014 — in action. For more on the game, be sure to read and watch Polygon's Disney Infinity review.
By Samit Sarkar on Sep 05, 2013 09.05.13
The latest set of add-on content for Disney Infinity brings five free custom-built worlds based on BioShock Infinite, Tron and more into the game's Toy Box, publisher Disney Interactive announced today. First up is Toy Columbia, a cartoony version of the terrifying floating city that is the setting of BioShock Infinite; in the video above, you can see Sky-Line rails all over the town, as well as custom Disney touches like Carl's house from Up. Trench Run tasks players with flying a Tron Recognizer through a trench. Jungle Cruise is based on the Disney attraction, and is set around the Nile River. Sky Gauntlet offers tough platforming challenges, while Blue Breakout is a maze. All five Toy Box worlds are now available free for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U versions of Disney...
By John Funk on Sep 04, 2013 09.04.13
A new trailer for Disney Infinity touts the best part of being able to create things in its Toy Box mode: getting to knock them down and start over again. In the trailer, characters like Wreck-It Ralph's Vanellope and Toy Story's Woody the cowboy and Emperor Zurg take turns wrecking things with cars, slingshots, magic powers and their own bodies. In Polygon's official review, we found that while Disney Infinity was a bit repetitious, it recreated the feeling of playing with toys like few games ever do. Disney Infinity is available on PlayStation 3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Nintendo 3DS with a PC release expected before the end of the year.
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Aug 19, 2013 08.19.13
GDC Europe and Gamescom start this week, and we've got one mega guide to get you through it. Ubisoft announced a new project, Child of Light — a downloadable JRPG modeled after classic fairy tales. We reviewed Disney Infinity and found it to be a charming title with a few restrictions. Cobalt, Oxeye Game Studio's space-faring indie title is still in development, according to Mojang's Daniel Kaplan. Gamescom and GDC Europe 2013: Everything you need to know Ubisoft's Child of Light is a fairy tale-inspired JRPG Disney Infinity review: imagination land Where in the world is Cobalt?
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Aug 14, 2013 08.14.13
Disney Infinity players will be able to stay connected to their characters through two new apps coming to mobile and tablet devices — Disney Infinity: Action! and Disney Infinity: Toy Box. Both apps will function with the help of Disney ID, a unique login that uses cloud saves to make data easily accessible. Players will be able to log in from any device, whether it's console, mobile or tablet and play with their characters. During a press event in San Francisco, we had the chance to go hands-on with both apps. Action! is a mobile app that lets players interact with their characters through touch controls. The app, free to download as of Aug. 15, will include Sully of Monsters, Inc. fame, The Incredibles' Mr. Incredible and Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean. More...
By John Funk on Aug 01, 2013 08.01.13
A new Disney Infinity trailer shows how combat will work in the free-form Toy Box mode. Characters can equip different weapons and gadgets, or learn extra powers they don't demonstrate in their original movie or TV series. In the trailer, Jack Skellington and a guard from Aladdin duel with swords, while Syndrome from The Incredibles uses psychic powers to attack Captain Jack Sparrow with Mr. Incredible's son. Disney Infinity hits Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC on August 18.