Disney Infinity 3.0 Review

In the beginning, there were some of your favorite Disney and Pixar characters together all in one place. Then you upgraded to 2.0, where Marvel characters joined in on the fun. And now 3.0 is here, where our favorite Star Wars characters join forces. Not only are there more characters, but we now have some major improvements, such as shorter load times, improved combat and driving physics.

Infinity 3.0 stuff

Contents

In the starter pack (Wii U version pictured above) you get:

  • Disney Infinity Base
  • The Game disc
  • 2 new figures, Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano
  • Twilight of the Republic Play Set peice
  • Web Card

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Twilight of the Republic

This play set is part of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars tv show and takes place between Episodes 2 and 3. You’ll face Battle Droids, do some classic platforming, fly around in space, and even pod race! What I really love is that the missions are replayable and you can replay them as much as you like. Mix it up by replaying the missions as a different character. Travel to different planets to complete tons of side missions, find and collect character coins so you can play as the pictured character in that play set, and face tough bosses, like General Grievous. Overall, Twilight of the Republic is very fun and enjoyable, with lots of variety.

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Toy Box 3.0

The toy box is where all your characters old and new come together to play. Whether you’re racing around, fighting enemies, making games, or whatever, the Toy Box is your oyster. One of the new features is farming, where you and your sidekick grow food to feed your sidekick and help them improve their stats.

I absolutely love Disney Infinity 3.0. almost everything is revamped and perfected. It’s super fun and addicting. Defiantly give this game a try.

Oh by the way, if you’re looking for the PS4 Exclusive Saga Bundle, with Boba Fett included, Go here:

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