Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes - 2.0 Edition for Xbox One
Xbox One

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes - 2.0 Edition

Sep 23, 2014
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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone10+


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.

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14 Reviews
Ken McKownSep 23, 2014
Disney Infinity remains a series with a host of potential that never seems to get fleshed out. The Toy Box once again reigns as the sole reason to purchase the game, and it doesn’t come cheap. Disney knows what they are doing though, adding in Marvel only makes kids scream for the figures even more than before. My guess is next year we finally see the Star Wars equivalent, I just hope the core game can improve before that happens.
Joshua BruceSep 18, 2014
In the end, Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes most certainly steps up its game from the original Disney Infinity. New character compatibility across playsets, structured Toy Box play, and a cast of infinitely more interesting characters and action-oriented stories make for an enjoyable experience for anyone. ...But overall, there is plenty to keep even the most ravenous Marvel/Disney fan busy for a long time.
Janelle BonannoSep 23, 2014
All told, Disney Infinity 2.0 is a major Toy Box overhaul from the original with minor enhancements to be found in Play Set adventures. Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes offers an immersive superhero experience for children and simple play for adults. ...But ultimately, keep in mind this game is made for children ages 6 and up, who will revel in the structured progression and familiar goal sets.