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Disney Exec John Lasseter Explains How Disney Infinity Changes The Game

Disney Infinity will look to give Activision’s Skylanders a run for the money in both the toy and video game businesses. Disney Interactive is betting the future on this new hybrid game and toy line, which will launch with 40 collectible interactive pieces based on Disney and Pixar movies. John Lasseter, Chief Creative Officer at Pixar and The Walt Disney Animation Studio, explains how the new game platform will open up new opportunities for both live action and animated movies in this exclusive video interview. (Avalanche Studios, Disney Infinity, Disney Interactive Studios, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

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gamerlive  +   1015d ago
John Lasseter is a really creative guy, nice to see he respects gaming.
awkwardhamster  +   1015d ago
Love that wreck it Ralph shirt.
YoureINMYWay85  +   1014d ago
It was only a matter of time
Magnagamer222  +   1014d ago
Imagine growing up without videogames.
jakmckratos  +   1014d ago
It changes the game by making people pay way too much money.

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