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Submitted by barkingspace 376d ago | review

Toronto Thumbs Review: Disney Infinity

From the Review (Jorge Figueiredo):

"To figure out the premise behind Avalanche Software’s Disney Infinity, one need only look at Toy Box mode. When you begin to play Infinity, you will be transported to your youth; to the days where you would have all of your toys scattered about your living room floor – and you would play. It wouldn’t matter what you played, or which toys you used; you would simply spend hours in a world of your own creation. You see, Disney has created a childhood simulator, where you can stand on equal footing with your kids, toss the rules out the window, and just have as much fun as you want! And if you don’t have kids? Well, nobody is going to judge – it’s that awesome." (Disney Infinity, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) -

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