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- Disney Interactive Disney Infinity 2.0 Toy Box Bundle - Wii U
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Disney INFINITY: Toy Box Starter Pack (2.0 Edition) - Wii U
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So far, my husband, myself and our 5 YO daughter have enjoyed figuring this game out and building new worlds. My daughter especially likes decorating the "house" in her toy box, which is like your personal clubhouse to renovate any way you want, filling it with furniture and gadgets and secret doors, etc... If you have a kid who knows their way around a smartphone, a tablet or video game controller, they shouldn't have any trouble figuring out this game. We are excited to buy more figures and discs and play more!
My only gripe is that the game was a bit glitchy at first. In the tutorials, you are given mini-missions that help you learn certain aspects of the games, and these missions are in 'worlds' that your hosts create right in front of you. Mulan teaches you how to jump and climb and scale walls in Agrabah from Aladdin; but when ours opened up, there was a large gap between the host's landing and the city, making it impossible to actually go into the city and complete the mission. Merida and Stitch just kept falling off into the abyss. Really annoying. Happened during the 'save the princess' mission the Fairy Godmother from Cinderella gives you to teach you how to fight off opponents. Parts of the course appeared suspended in mid-air, with no way to reach them. I reset the whole game and it fixed itself but I'm always waiting for something else to happen.
That said, the price was right (we are 2 years behind the release though) and it arrived quickly and in perfect, new condition. Haven't had any issues besides the initional glitches but like I said, those seem to have been resolved for now.
The game itself is fun. I don't care for Brave and haven't played that disc, but the tower defense is fun. You get to run around and fight the enemies with your towers. If you want story content get the Avengers starter instead. The real draw for this game though is the Toy Box where you can create your own worlds using any of the pieces you've unlocked or bought It's like Minecraft done right. You get simple block shapes with lots of different themes (textures), disney/marvel npc characters you can put down and interact with, vehicles, weapons, and gadgets to fill your world with flavor, and my personal favorite the creativitoys. They're a bunch of components for a visual scripting language you can use to bring your world to life. You can do simple things like opening a spawning a wave of enemies when a player steps on a button to recreating other genres of game inside your level. You also have the ability to see worlds created by other players and approved by disney as well as all the worlds created by your friends.