The lights are on
Disney Infinity is a game with many wonderful parts. In this episode of Test Chamber, we explore the Toy Box, where worlds and adventures can be forged, and also show off why Pirates of the Caribbean is the best set in the box, and Monsters University is the worst. Game Informer's Jeff Cork and I provide commentary, as we show you that two creatively-challenged people are capable of creating amazing things in Disney Infinity. You'll also see two Johnny Depps at once. A first for video games!
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Some interesting mechanics indeed.
This looks pretty cool, but unfortunately the business model turns me off completely from the game. oh well, there's always Project Spark.
This is making me conflicted. It looks fun.. but you get boring characters to start and -- actually I just can't afford to buy this. GI's articles about the total cost of all the figures and everything was effective at informing me about how much money I will lose.
doesn't look bad
Cool test chamber. Thanks again as always.
I'm not sure that I'll ever play this, but it's definatly fun to watch.
Is this a complete rip off of Skylanders/LittleBigPlanet or only a minor rip off of the two?
This game cost over $100 million. I can see this easily obliterating that in sales figures.
This game looks surprisingly fun. I had no interest in it before I saw this. I know I won't be getting it, but I'm sure whoever does pick it up will have a great time.
that was awesome. i depply appreciate the longer test chamber to actually show some of the game. the ten to fifteen minute ones just dont do it any justice at all. thanks guys
I love how Cork just punted Snow White at the end of the episode. Bravo, Cork, bravo.
I want to play this game so bad, I really think I will enjoy it if I get the right charecters