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DISNEY INFINITY Play Set Pack - Toy Story Play Set

by Disney Interactive Studios
GameCube, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation, PlayStation2, PlayStation 3, Xbox
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Style: Toy Story Play Set
  • Works with "Play Set" Game Mode
  • Embark on epic adventures and discover brand new stories with Disney Infinity Play Set Packs
  • Play Sets unlock all-new story-mode adventures based on the character
  • Play Sets contain 2 Character Figures and 1 Play Set piece
  • Toy Story Play Set includes Jesse, Buzz Lightyear, and All-New Toy Story Game
DISNEY INFINITY Essentials
Infinity 2.0Starter PackDISNEY INFINITY FiguresDISNEY INFINITY Playset

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DISNEY INFINITY Play Set Pack - Toy Story Play Set + DISNEY INFINITY Figure Woody
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Product Details

Style Name: Toy Story Play Set
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00EC6W35S
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 3 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 22, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (431 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #438 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Style: Toy Story Play Set

Buzz
Jessie
Toy Story Play Set

Unlock the Toy Story in Space Play Set for an all-new journey into the universe. Buzz Lightyear’s Star Command calls for your help to save an alien town from destruction. Take off in this exciting space adventure, but beware of uninvited visitors. It’s up to you to unravel Zurg’s master plan to destroy the planet. Includes Disney Infinity Figures for Buzz Lightyear and Jessie. Additional Play Set characters sold separately. Gameplay and functionality for the Toy Story in Space Play Set varies across consoles.

Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii U

Unlock the Toy Story in Space Play Set and play up to 2-player local co-op. Bring unlocked toys from the Play Set into your Toy Box through a variety of ways, including collecting capsules, earning spins, finding Disney Infinity Character Chests, or accessing the Disney Infinity Avatar Vault.

Nintendo Wii

Unlock the Toy Story in Space Play Set and play in single player mode. Bring unlocked toys from the Play Set into your Toy Box through a variety of ways, including collecting capsules, earning spins, finding Disney Infinity Character Chests, or accessing the Disney Infinity Avatar Vault.

Nintendo 3DS
  • Unlock the Goo Valley Gameboard and the Arena Battle (Goo Valley) mini game. Play up to 2-player local co-op.

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229 of 238 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hope to help end some confusion... December 27, 2013
By mommaB
Style Name:Toy Story Play Set
First of all - excellent game, has kept the kiddos busy and they really love it...

Enter the parental confusion...play sets, toy box. figurines oh my
Playsets: necessary to enter story mode where you are playing in the figurines world ie: you need that little crystal-looking statue to get there and it is not included with individual figurines
Toybox: alternate mode of playing where you can create things...different figurines have different playing options there.
Figurines: sold as individual pieces or in pairs (Frozen sisters), these complement characters you already own in Story mode and can enter their worlds. (Remember only people from that world can enter their world - no cross world visiting) OR you can use them independently in Toy box mode and everybody can play together depending on your gaming system.

to date the Playsets available that I have found are:
. the starter pack with the worlds of : Monster University, Metropolis (The Incredibles) and The Carribean (from Pirates)
the Cars world
the Toy Story world
the Lone Ranger world

There are many figurines available that I have not found have their corresponding world available yet (12/2013) I am hoping that Disney will make these worlds available soon and that I won't have to repeat purchasing figurines to get that precious little crystal world holding device (cause I won't) :)

So buyer, beware - read your packaging carefully - know what you have, where you can go and what you're expecting to be able to do with it. ie: if you have wii - remember only 1 can play in world mode at a time and only 2 can play in toy box mode at a time. etc... know what your gaming system allows :)
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402 of 451 people found the following review helpful
Style Name:Frozen Toy Box Set
Before anyone gets mad at my score let me say I knew what I was getting into and I dont regret buying this. BUT... just because you love something doesnt mean you can't point out its flaws. And this "Play Set" is exactly whats wrong with Disney Infinity. No matter how beautiful the character looks, if there's no custom adventure for them then the game gets incredibly boring.

Frozen Play Set

Pros:
+ Great looking figurines
+ Elsa has some of the coolest powers in all of Infinity

Cons:
- Sold as a "Playset" but there's no actual game. Just some wallpaper.
- $30 for two figures means $15/ea which is more than an individual figure
- Anna had no actual trademarks in the film so they gave her... a shovel? Huh?
- Elsa minigame is shooting a catapult so you can't utilize her awesome powers or even see her
- No actual game. I know I said it several times but it's a valid complaint. Elsa and Anna join Jack Skellington, Rapunzel, Ralph and Vanelope as cool figures with nowhere to play. WHY!!!! Lone Ranger made $89M its ENTIRE domestic run, but Frozen made $93M in a single weekend yet they didnt bother making a Frozen adventure?!?

Again, my girls loved the film so I dont regret buying this. But I'm positive that my girls will spend more time admiring the figures than actually playing them and that's a big problem. Disney just needs to make more playsets (especially for the much neglected girl gamers).
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62 of 81 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars THIS IS NOT A PLAYSET January 1, 2014
Style Name:Frozen Toy Box Set
While the figures are beautiful and look lovely sitting next to my Anna and Elsa dolls, this product does NOT come with a playset. That is, there is no Frozen story mode to play in. What comes with this pack is the two figures, which each include ONE personalized mini-game, the ability to run around the Toy Box as the girls, and two appearance packs that alter the sky and ground respectively to look snowy. I was very disappointed to learn that there is no actual story mode for these figures, and sincerely hope that Disney releases an ACTUAL Frozen playset soon. Rapunzel's figure, and the Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope figures suffer the same fate. It is unfortunate that Disney decided not to include story modes for these characters, especially since they have done such a good job with releasing figures of playable female characters, such as Elastigirl/Mrs. Incredible, Violet, and Jessie.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Good, Bad and Infinity November 15, 2013
Style Name:Toy Story Play Set|Verified Purchase
It if definitely one of the most action packed play sets and very much worth playing more than once. If I had any complaints about the Disney Infinity Play Sets it would be the lack of Microsoft achievements associated with new sets. Another issue with the Infinity is the custom characters are limited without their own sets. Cars, Lone Ranger, and Toy Story are better investments than Rapunzel, Wreck-it Ralph, Jack Skellington or other 1 offs because of a lack of story line. Don't get me wrong at half off I would probably buy them for my grandkids, however a lack of story limits how long they want to play with them.
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67 of 92 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cars Playset Worthy Addition October 30, 2013
Style Name:Cars Play Set
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
SHORT ANSWER: This is an add-on world playset for the Disney Infinity game. You still need the base portal that comes in the base set, and the game CD itself, in order to play with this set. With that said, the Cars playset adds more to the Disney Infinity game than one might originally expect. The Cars world has more appeal to it than just racing, and a lot of the Cars movie "charm" is present in spades. The additional toybox pieces are great for helping build your own race-tracks, as well. This single playset does come with two Cars character figures so is also all you need to play either single player or local multiplayer, making it a great buy for people with multiple kids who all want to play together.

LONG ANSWER: This playset is, of course, for the Disney Infinity game. With it, you can play in the Cars world as well as add Cars-themed pieces to your own toyboxes. Initially, when my 5-year-old daughter stated that she wanted this playset I was a bit skeptical. I was under the impression that all it would offer was some car racing; which is something you can actually do in the base sets already. I was very pleasantly surprised to find this playset actually offers more than just racing.

The Cars world, itself, has a lot more to it than just having the player race constantly. Like pretty much all of the other Infinity game worlds, this one is open-world. This means you are put into the middle of the Cars world, and allowed to roam around freely doing what you want. There are tons of side quests you can accept to do, but you are also free to just ignore them if you choose. Doing certain ones does open up new areas and items to the game, but it is completely possible for someone to just have fun driving around Radiator Springs without ever doing a single quest.
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