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Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition) Out Today on PlayStation Store

Allison Petrek's Avatar + Posted by Allison Petrek on Nov 04, 2014

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Fans of the first installment of Disney Infinity, this one’s for you! The 2.0 Toy Box is now available as a digital download for PS3 and PS4 from the PlayStation Store. For a limited time, it’s going for an introductory price of $19.99.

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Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Collector’s Edition Revealed

John Vignocchi's Avatar + Posted by John Vignocchi on Jul 22, 2014

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The exclusive PlayStation Collector’s Edition comes with the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack, all Avengers figures and the Frost Beast Collector’s Edition display. Pre-orders starts soon at your favorite local retailer. Both will also be available for pre-order this week at San Diego Comic-Con at the Disney Infinity Pop-up Shop (343 4th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101) and at the Marvel booth inside the San Diego Convention Center.

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Disney Infinity Brings on the Super Heroes

Allison Petrek's Avatar + Posted by Allison Petrek on May 09, 2014

Last week, with assists from Nick Fury and Agent Coulson, we finally got to share the big news that Marvel is coming to the 2.0 Edition of Disney Infinity. At the packed Cinerama Dome in Hollywood with thousands more tuning in via the livestream on YouTube and Twitch, we unveiled plans to release Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes on PS3 and PS4 this fall.

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Disney Epic Mickey 2 – A Game for Everyone, to the Power of Two

Warren Spector's Avatar + Posted by Warren Spector on Nov 20, 2012

In November 2010, Disney Interactive released Disney Epic Mickey, a game my studio created featuring Mickey Mouse in his first videogame appearance after many years away from the interactive screen. The opportunity to work with a character as well-known as Mickey would have been incentive enough for us, but Disney offered us something else – the chance to bring Walt Disney’s first cartoon star, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, back to the world after 80-some years.

The Junction Point team jumped at this chance to play a part in Disney’s history, creating a world and a story that honored the past while resolutely looking toward the future. We started by creating a world called Wasteland, repository for all of Disney’s forgotten creative efforts — characters cut from films, rides retired from theme parks, toys and licensed ephemera from years gone by — and then dropped Oswald there, as the first forgotten character.

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