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  • Blog Post: Fighting The Clone Wars: Ninja Theory's Take On Star Wars

    Combat in Disney Infinity and its follow-up, 2.0, was simple by design. The game is, after all, geared towards younger players and their families. Avalanche didn’t want to use that as a crutch for boring combat, however, so it sought out Ninja Theory, a studio with a history of combat-heavy action... More
  • Blog Post: Disney Infinity 3.0 Meets Diablo In Toy Box Takeover

    The Toy Box game sets represent genre-specific alternate experiences for Disney Infinity. Past Toy Box games were built entirely using the in-game creation tools and included Thor’s Assault on Asgard and Guardians of the Galaxy’s Escape from the Kyln, which were tower defense and dungeon... More
  • Blog Post: Reinventing Star Wars: Taking The AT-AT Off The Rails For The Classic Trilogy

    Disney Infinity has become home to a collection of diverse developers all working and creating inside the Disney universe. There are many franchises and characters available to everyone to play with and create for, but none were so desired as the original Star Wars trilogy. When it was announced that... More
  • Blog Post: Seven Key Moments From This Week's Big Trailers

    The previous week showcased a surprising number of big trailers for big games, and we've pulled key moments from a few of them. Hulk parallel parks in Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes The latest trailer for Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is surprisingly serious. It shows members of The... More
  • Blog Post: Places – Half-Life 2’s Citadel

    In Half-Life 2 the player is pulled through one fascinating location to the next. Whether you’re exploring a location as simple as a train yard, or as terrifying as the remnants of a town overridden with headcrabs, the art direction and layout always keeps things interesting. No locations, for... More
  • Blog Post: Wish List – A New Jak And Daxter

    One of my favorite series from the PlayStation 2 era of consoles was Naughty Dog’s Jak and Daxter. The developer has no announced plans to create a new entry in the franchise, but that doesn’t mean we can’t share our hopes for a return to the open-world platformer. More Jumping The... More
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