Last Friday I went to check out Disney Infinity. I spent an hour with producer John Day playing through various aspects of the game whilst presenting any questions that I had to him along the way. I went into this hands-on with a basic knowledge of the game and the play sets available but my eyes were soon opened up to just how expansive this game is.
Firstly, I just want to say how surprised I am about the quality of the figures. They are of extremely high standards and quite frankly a must own for any Disney fan, gamer or not. The detail of them is absolutely superb and I can already see the absolute craze that they are going to become in just over a weeks time.
Disney Infinity incorporated two main ‘modes’ of play, the ‘play set’ and the ‘toy box’ mode. Play sets can be described as the ‘storyline’, and are specific to a certain Disney theme and cannot cross over (for example, Woody from Toy Story cannot enter the world of Monsters University, or vice versa). The toy box mode is best described as the sandbox of Disney Infinity.