Tin Salamunic: It’s difficult to get excited about games aimed at kids. There’s a certain disenchanting stigma attached to them and it’s easy to be dismissive of their typically shallow, dumbed-down gameplay and oftentimes-heartless experiences. There are exceptions of course and the Skylanders franchise in particular stands as the prime example of how games for younger audiences should be treated. I didn’t get onto the Skylanders hype train until the Giants predecessor back in 2012, but once I experienced the action figurine/portal aspect of the game, I was immediately hooked. Activision’s latest entry takes the series to a whole new level by introducing swappable body parts and makes an already superb kids game even more immersive and diverse.