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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 558d ago | review

Connected Digital World - Disney Infinity Review

CDW:Disney Infinity is still entertaining, and that’s all that really counts. Each play sets provides a healthy amount of gameplay and is addictive. The Toy Box is exactly the kind of sandbox that players look for, and while it isn’t as expansive as Minecraft in terms of creativity, it does the job pretty well in matching the creativity that was in Toy Story 3′s Toy Box. As long as you’re forgiving about the presentation and are amenable to the game being a money sink, you’ll have loads of fun. My whole family loves the Disney Infinity world can’t wait till Disney Infinity 2 for next generation consoles the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. (Disney Infinity, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 4/5

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