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Submitted by mcroddi 326d ago | review

onPause Review: Disney Infinity

onPause writes:

When Avalanche Software and Disney Interactive set out to create the ultimate Disney video game experience, it was clear that this was not an easy task. Avalanche had previously developed Toy Story 3: The Video Game and Cars 2 which were both reasonably well received by fans and critics but this time the studio was going after the big fish – Disney Infinity. (Disney Infinity, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

mcroddi  +   326d ago
I really enjoy games tat can place me back into some good childhood memories :)
bohangirl84  +   325d ago
I'm very intrigued by the ability to create worlds.
LackLuster  +   325d ago
I've been wondering about this one too. Cool.
Shoul  +   321d ago
If it didn't cost far too much to get the 'complete' set, then I'd be really interested.

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