In spite of preparing to give the pink slip to hundreds of employees, Disney Interactive Studios is reported to be expanding Disney Infinity, their popular hybrid of video games and toy lines, to both Star Wars and Marvel Comics.
It was only a matter of time until another publisher attempted to replicate the success Activision had found with its Skylanders series. Combining toys with video games seemed like a no-brainer solution to easy sales, but it wasn't until Disney Infinity arrived that another company dared brave the waters occupied by Activision. With Disney Infinity comes a wealth of instantly recognizable characters and franchises that have been deserving a proper video game for quite some time. The development arm of the company hasn't had much luck in recent years, but Disney Infinity's flexibility and collectibility could help turn things around. That is, if Disney Infinity is any good.
The release of the marketing behemoth that threatens to destroy our wallets called Disney Infinity is fast-approaching. And at the D23 Expo this past weekend, Disney announced that they'll be adding some more goodness to the game in the form of new characters and a sixth playset.
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