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Disney Infinity/Skylanders/Lego Dimensions

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So does anyone do the toys to life style games. I know the Disney one has been cancelled and I've found a couple of the figures at dollar stores along with one of the games toy r us. So I'm debating getting it. Always thought they were neat ideas and just wondering if anyone else messes with them.

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Re: Disney Infinity/Skylanders/Lego Dimensions

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My kids love infinity, and just got dimensions for Christmas. I've not spent much time with either, personally.
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Re: Disney Infinity/Skylanders/Lego Dimensions

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Dimensions is a lot of fun. So are the first couple skylanders games. Disney Infinity didn't make a lot of sense and was hard to use (probably why it failed)

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Re: Disney Infinity/Skylanders/Lego Dimensions

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Dr Noel wrote:Dimensions is a lot of fun. So are the first couple skylanders games. Disney Infinity didn't make a lot of sense and was hard to use (probably why it failed)
I recently bought Disney Infinity 2.0, the Marvel edition, I've enjoyed it way more than I originally thought I would. I think if they had created a full on story it would've worked better than using playsets as pieces.

As for why it failed, it actually was the better selling game, basically from all the stories it was basically over supply. They made way way to many characters. They made $2 million Hulks and only sold $1 million, then having been made to make characters people didn't really want like Yondu, and then having to fight over which characters got highlighted, Star Wars Force Awakens or Rebels.


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