Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes - 2.0 Edition for PlayStation 4
PS4

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes - 2.0 Edition

Sep 23, 2014
7.48
playscore
Average
1355th of 6142

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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Heroes and villains. Sorcerers and superheroes. Princesses and pirates. For generations, Disney storytelling and Marvel adventures have sparked our imaginations with characters and worlds of magic, action and adventure. Now, Disney Infinity invites you and your family to enter those worlds in game experiences only Disney, Marvel - and your imagination - can bring to life. Click the video below for a glimpse of the excitement you'll share.

Gamer Reviews

1398 Reviews
7.77

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Critic Reviews

26 Reviews
7.19
Brian CrecenteSep 26, 2014
Toy Box has always been what made this game fun, those experiences of running around creating, playing, fighting with my son are some of the best gaming memories we have. That Avalanche Software has doubled down on what makes this game different is a smart decision, and one that has resulted in a solid balance between giving a gaming creator complete control and guiding their hand or even taking over when things can get complicated or boring.
David RobertsSep 18, 2014
It wants to be the ultimate Marvel playground while still trying to cater to its Disney fans, and ends up leaving fans of Mickey Mouse by the wayside. It wants to be a massive hand-crafted adventure that provides a sprawling set of tools for budding creators, but nothing feels intuitive or well-designed. And while 2.0 makes each figurine unique in its own way, Disney Infinity has a long way to go before it becomes the ultimate toy it wants to be.
Brandon JonesSep 18, 2014
Depending on what you want from Disney Infinity 2.0 Edition you’ll either be underwhelmed or overjoyed. Maybe both. You can see exactly where improvements have been made, and where the series still needs to grow. We’re disappointed in the lack of diversity from the available Playsets, but there is still a ridiculous amount of stuff to collect, and it’s now more accessible, customizable, and fun than ever.