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Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds

 

 

SCORE: 66

 

Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds 

 

Disney Interactive Studios is funny. They send us every other product that is released. At times it means we get something we have no interest in, and miss something we want to review for Family Friendly Gaming Universe. Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds is one of those products I wanted to play and review. DIS did not even send Family Friendly Gaming the press release it was on the market. Talk about a mega PR and marketing failure on their part.

I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds for twenty dollars at a local retailer. Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds is sort of like a mini Smash Bros game. We fight it out in eight stages with twenty-nine characters. There are five story missions and twenty-eight challenges. The challenges unlock outfits and stages.

Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds contains violence, false gods, limited attacks, limited flight ability, and a couple of hours of play in story mode. One of the lamest things in Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds is having to put your Disney Infinity figures on the portal every time you play it. So if you have fifteen characters and want to be able to use them, then you have to put them on every single time.

Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds does allow families to play with characters they do not own on a limited basis. There are tokens earned in Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds for playing with only characters you own. Those tokens can be spent on renting a character you do not own for one battle. Which is neat, but families can burn through the tokens really fast.

There are some funny comments made by certain characters before battles begin. Experience earned in Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds can help level up your characters. The fighting game sections and game play in Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds is pretty generic and boring. I value Disney Infinity 3.0 Marvel Battlegrounds at ten dollars.
- Teen Gamer

 

Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PS3/Xbox One/Xbox 360/Wii U/PC/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Developer:
Avalanche Software
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Cartoon Violence}


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