|Mrs. Incredible parks her Tron Recognizer in Tulgey Wood.|
|"My Time Machine Works!"|
In fact, I'd really have no major complaints at all about Infinity, except for one element: The power discs. These are little tokens that, when placed on the Infinity Base, add special vehicles, weapons or scenic elements to the game world. They're cool., They're fun. They're collectable. They come in blind, random packs of two for about $5 a pack.
|This Power Disc sends Mulan's horse, Kahn, into the game.|
1) Buy more packs and risk getting worthless duplicates.
2) Trade with friends and family.
3) Pay extra from a seller on Amazon for the particular discs you want.
Buying several blind packs and winding up with (among other things) three Stitch Blaster Guns, two Cinderella carriages and no Flying Dumbo is not fun. The discs are a great idea, but the blind packaging comes across as a mean-spirited misstep. I have a feeling many, many players will be going the Amazon route after a couple of disappointing random pack purchases.
If only the game served Mickey Waffles and Dole Whips, the experience would be complete.
Our in-game photos were taken with an iPhone aimed at a TV. The game looks much better in person.
The full Disney Infinity experience is only available on XBox 360, Wii U (note the U) and Playstation 3. The regular Wii version offers a scaled-back (but still enjoyable) adaptation. The 3DS version is a handheld collection of mini-games bearing no resemblance to the console editions.
For more information on Disney Infinity, including some helpful tips, please see our Infinity Guide Site.