Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition: Star Wars Saga Bundle - PS3
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Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition
Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars to the ever-growing collection of MARVEL, Disney and DisneyPixar characters, stories and worlds. Together new heroes can join forces with characters from previous editions and embark on adventures as big as your imagination in the 3.0 Toy Box! Disney Infinity encourages you to play your way, whether you explore open-world creation in the Toy Box or story-driven gameplay inside Play Sets!
Experience the Star Wars Saga with the Sony exclusive Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition: Star Wars Saga Bundle, featuring the Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition Starter Pack and 2 exclusive early releases, including the Rise Against the Empire Play Set* and Boba Fett Figure*.
Star Wars Twilight of the Republic Play Set
Engage in Jedi battle and epic Lightsaber combat with Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano, or call on Yoda and Obi-Wan as they battle evil and fight to stop an old enemy’s vengeful plot!
Star Wars Rise Against the Empire Play Set
Join legendary Jedi, Luke, and Rebel leader, Leia, as they overthrow the evil Galactic Empire.
Boba Fett Figure
Notorious Bounty Hunter with blaster rifle for hunting his prey.
INFINITY 3.0 STAR WARS SAGA BUNDLE INCLUDES 1 DISNEY INFINITY 3.0 EDITION VIDEO GAME, (UNLOCKS PL AY SET AND TOY BOX MODES) 1 DISNEY INFINITY 3.0 EDITION BASE, 2 STAR WARS FIGURES--AHSOKA TANO, ANAKIN SKYWALKER,1 WEB CO DE CARRD 1 STAR WARS TWLIGHT OF THE REPBULIC PLAY SET PIECE.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 16.61 x 10.2 x 6.61 inches; 2.31 Pounds
- Item model number : 1275580000000
- Media Format : NTSC
- Release date : August 30, 2015
- Studio : Disney Software
- ASIN : B00ZSJUTCM
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #90,292 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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I've been a fan of this series since the original (1.0), and if you go for the the 3.0 starter set on any platform, you will soon find out just how well your money was spent. With each release, Disney manages to stuff their game with so many things to do, and 3.0 takes this further with a mind-boggling amount of content to tackle. Long after many AAA hardcore games are completed, Disney Infinity will keep chugging along with something new to find. Having Star Wars to bring in their latest series was a no-brainer for Disney - and everyone predicted it would happen. I'm happy to say, Disney went into overdrive with this release as they have done the Star Wars license mighty justice. The gameplay is spot on this time with fun quests and tons of side missions. Unlike the previous Marvel Super Heroes, Star Wars's missions vary from ground to space, keeping the adventures fresh at all time. The combat is highly improved with spectacular moves that are more complex and satisfying. I mean, come on - lightsabers? That's all you need to know. Both Twilight of the Republic and Rise against the Empire are equally enjoyable, and even after completion, you'll be back to revisit and will find much more to do.
Back on Earth, without even firing up one of the Star Wars Playsets, you'll find an overwhelming amount to explore, thanks to the Toy Hub (not to be confused with the Toy Box). The Hub is the center for everything. It's segmented like a pie, with one section for racing, another combat, platforming, etc.. Each section has an intro level and sub levels that you can play which introduce you to the game's mechanics. It's brilliantly put together. One particular area host a farming simulator for your sidekicks. Oh, sidekicks are mini-sized Disney characters that hang with you during your questing. They can be told to follow and fight along, or farm for vegetables and other surprises. As your crops grow, you can feed your sidekicks to increase their stats. Better stats equals more abilities like cooler weapons, and other interesting gear. It really adds an RPG feel to the infinity series, and those little folk are pretty kick butt in battle! When I first heard about farming being added to the series, I was scratching my head, but from what I heard, people are spending hours just in that section alone!
The Disney Main Street area of the hub is a sight to behold, and it's here where you can stop at Flynn's Arcade (of Tron fame) to jump into some on-line multiplayer games, or hang out at the El Capitan theater and play community levels, or even watch videos based around the game. Trust me when I say, the Hub is going to keep you real busy. And finally, there's the Toybox, the heart of the Disney Infinity empire.This time around, the ToyBox has received a lot of new gadgets and scenery, so expect an abundance of community levels that utilize the new features.
Besides the two Star Wars PlaySets, there is currently a third which is based on Pixar's awesome animated movie, Inside Out. This takes a different approach than the other sets, as it brings pure 2D/3D platforming bliss to the table, and dazzling it is! Then there are the two expansion games. Unlike the playsets, which come with characters and an adventure crystal, these expansions are just a special single disc. When dropped on the portal, they add an all new game to the already massive mix; currently, there are two: Toybox Takeover which is a dungeon crawler where any Disney/Marvel/Star Wars Character can quest , and the highly touted DI Speedway, which is a Mario Kart-like racing game. All these sets unlock even more toys to add to the already massive selection in the Toybox. Oh, and if that wasn't enough, there's more DI goodness coming down the pike later later this year, including a new playset based on the upcoming, highly anticipated movie in the Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens, and an all out brawl fest titled Marvel Battlegrounds which will support four player combat.
With all the excellence that is 3.0, there are a few things that I feel need attention:
- Saving a game on the Disney Cloud using the PS4 is still super slow. I'm not sure how is is on other formats.
- Some of the tools in the Toybox I thought would have made the jump to light speed like the rest of the game, instead, they remain the same, like the yellow trigger cube which is cumbersome to resize.
- The Toybox still restricts certain actions to a certain type of toy. For example, if you want a particular object to be "collectible" in a quest, you can only use what the developers chose as a collectible item. At least there's a better selection than last year.
- This year's amazing new path creator is great for making objects follow an assigned path. It will surely take community games to a whole new level. The first thing that came to my mind when I read about the Path Tool's capabilities was ROLLERCOASTERS! Well, turns out - there's no coaster track, train track, or even a coaster car. There are coaster sounds effects, though? Odd, right?
In closing, there are so many features with Disney Infinity 3,0, it would be painful to have to write a review and list them all. Whether you're 6 or 65, you're in for one of the big gaming treats of 2015.
* Total step up from 2.0...the graphics, game play, soundtrack, EVERYTHING is better. Disney outdid themselves here
* Perfect home for Star Wars....at first, I thought this was gonna be just for kids, but being a Star Wars fan myself, I totally dig this game! The pay sets included are awesome. In my opinion, just as good, if not better than the comparable Star Wars Lego games available for the Playstation consoles.
* The characters included are actually main characters!
* Great time for both single or double players
* Definitely a great deal for the bundle. At the time of purchase, the bundle gave you a playset and three characters that were ahead of their actual individual release date.
* Super easy to play, without be to "kid oriented." Translation: Both the little ones and the adults will love this game.
* All previous Infinity characters will work.
All in all, an excellent purchase. Highly recommend.
Some Spec info:
The Infinity base can be used between PS3 and PS4 (I happen to have 2 and looked at the part numbers on the bottom)
Characters can be used between the systems as well AND they share character levels. Whatever level you are when on 1 system is the same on the other.
Purchasing the actual game itself for another system is only $20. So if you happen to want to upgrade or downgrade to another system just buy the game since you already have all the accessories to go with it. FYI the Boba Fett is pretty awesome.
That is a conservative estimate mind you. The two playsets go for about $35 each so $70 total there, buy the software separately and you will likely still pay $60... oh and Boba Fett? He goes for about $50 online if purchased separately. Assuming you already had the hardware from 2.0, that net cost would be around $180.
As you can see, this is a great value! Don't pass this opportunity up!