History VideoGame / DisneyInfinity

6th May '17 10:25:13 AM kablammin45
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* AdaptationalBadass: While Hiro fights in ''Disney/BigHero6'', he needs the help of Baymax to do so. In this game, to compensate for being a solo playable character, he instead uses the Microbots he invented in the film in an offensive capacity.

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While Hiro fights in ''Disney/BigHero6'', he needs the help of Baymax to do so. In this game, to compensate for being a solo playable character, he instead uses the Microbots he invented in the film in an offensive capacity.capacity.
** You could also make a case for the ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'' emotions. With the exception of Anger's tiffs with Fear, they made almost no physical fights with anybody in their home film, whereas here, they can hold their own in a fight and kick butt in their mission to restore order to Riley's mind in the ''Inside Out'' Play Set.



* FriendlyFireproof: Averted; you're free to wail away on other players as much as you like in most gameplay modes. One of the few places where this trope applies is the hub world in Toy Box Takeover. (Though you're fair game again once you start a mission.)



** Averted for ''Frozen'', as ''Infinity'' never really exploited its popularity. According to WordOfGod, the relatively small amount of content in ''1.0'' (Anna, Elsa, and a couple Power Discs) was because the execs ''vastly'' [[ItWillNeverCatchOn underestimated how much of a cash cow the movie would become]], instead believing ''Film/TheLoneRanger'' would be more of a hit. But even after ''Frozen''[='s=] release, ''Infinity'' failed to follow up beyond adding Olaf in ''3.0''.

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** Averted for ''Frozen'', as ''Infinity'' never really exploited its popularity. According to WordOfGod, the relatively small amount of content in ''1.0'' (Anna, Elsa, and a couple Power Discs) was because the execs ''vastly'' [[ItWillNeverCatchOn underestimated how much of a cash cow the movie would become]], instead believing ''Film/TheLoneRanger'' (ultimately a notorious box office bomb) would be more of a hit. But even after ''Frozen''[='s=] release, ''Infinity'' failed to follow up beyond adding Olaf in ''3.0''.
13th Apr '17 1:00:30 PM Gosicrystal
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* LostForever: With the online server shutdown, several feats became impossible to obtain due to being unlocked via online activities. As a result, the Sugar Rush Grandstands can no longer be unlocked.


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* TemporaryOnlineContent: With the online server shutdown, several feats became impossible to obtain due to being unlocked via online activities. As a result, the Sugar Rush Grandstands can no longer be unlocked.
4th Mar '17 11:28:22 AM superslinger2007
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* ContinuityNod: While Boba Fett [[AdvertisedExtra does not appear in the]] ''Rise Against The Empire'' Play Set itself, his character coin can be found at a Sarlac pit at Tattooine, where he met his end in the movies.

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* ContinuityNod: While Boba Fett [[AdvertisedExtra does not appear in the]] ''Rise Against The Empire'' Play Set itself, his character coin can be found at a Sarlac Sarlacc pit at Tattooine, Tatooine, where he met his end in the movies.



* ReferenceOverdosed: This game covers a lot of Disney property, and it looks like the list will continue to grow. Outside of known playable characters, non-character toys, in-game locations and prestige titles reference ''WesternAnimation/{{Frankenweenie}}'', ''Franchise/TheMuppets'', ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}'', even obscure works like ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'' and ''Film/{{Condorman}}'' and those on the far edges of the Disney family like Creator/{{ESPN}}.

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* ReferenceOverdosed: This game covers a lot of Disney property, and it looks like the list will continue to grow.property. Outside of known playable characters, non-character toys, in-game locations and prestige titles reference ''WesternAnimation/{{Frankenweenie}}'', ''Franchise/TheMuppets'', ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}'', even obscure works like ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad'' and ''Film/{{Condorman}}'' and those on the far edges of the Disney family like Creator/{{ESPN}}.
4th Mar '17 9:41:53 AM RisefromYourGrave
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There are also various digital versions of the game released for PC, UsefulNotes/{{iOS|Games}}, and UsefulNotes/{{Android|Games}}. They're not compatible with the ''Disney Infinity'' base, instead giving players the option to buy digital figures and power tokens, [[FridgeLogic which would seem like it's kinda missing the point of buying physical figurines in the first place]]. Thankfully, most physical ''Disney Infinity'' figures, play sets, and all Toy Box Expansion Games come with a web code that gives you the digital version for free,[[note]]The ''Marvel Battlegrounds'' Play Set and ComicBook/TheVision, ComicBook/AntMan, and ComicBook/BlackPanther figures come with web code cards, but because none of these are in the digital versions, redeeming them are practically pointless. The [[Disney/TheJungleBook Baloo]] figure also comes with a card, but among the digital versions, he's mobile-only. The ''Film/AliceThroughTheLookingGlass'' figures and ''WesternAnimation/FindingDory'' Play Set and figures completely dropped the web code cards, becoming console-only.[[/note]] and using the hexagonal power discs in the console versions also unlock them in the digital versions as well. After the franchise's cancellation (see below), the free-to-play PC versions were taken down and replaced with "Gold Editions" of all three games on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. They contain all content that were ever released in the franchise, and anyone who bought DLC for these versions will receive them for free. The entire Gold Collection can be found [[http://store.steampowered.com/sub/144116 here.]]

After the digital ''3.0'' versions [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ failed to receive]] [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/03/disney-infinity-and-the-death-of-apple-tvs-gaming-ambitions/ some of the later-released content,]] it was announced on May 10, 2016 that ''Disney Infinity'' [[http://infinityinquirer.com/2016/05/10/disney-infinity-officially-no-ceasing-operations-june/ would cease production by the following month,]] as it was just costing too much money to keep the series and figures rolling. As part of the end of the franchise, [[CreatorKiller Disney Interactive Studios had its publishing unit shut down]], relegating it to a licensing unit for Disney's properties, and developer Avalanche Software closed (although the developer reopened under Creator/WarnerBrosInteractiveEntertainment ownership in January 2017). The company has laid out their end-of-life plans on July 29, 2016, which can be viewed [[https://infinity.disney.com/closing here.]][[note]]Long story short, the home and handheld console versions and the newly-released Gold Editions of all games still function, but have lost online functionality. The mobile and standalone PC versions of all games were rendered unplayable on September 30, 2016, with the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' removed from the App Store and the Disney Infinity team no longer accepting submissions for Toy Box uploads on the same date. The original Steam releases of ''2.0'' and ''3.0'' have been removed on December 9, 2016 (the day the Gold Editions were released). The Windows Store versions of all games and the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' have been rendered unplayable on March 3, 2017, the day that all remaining online services for the game have been disabled.[[/note]]

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There are were also various digital versions of the game released for PC, UsefulNotes/{{iOS|Games}}, and UsefulNotes/{{Android|Games}}. They're not compatible with the ''Disney Infinity'' base, instead giving players the option to buy digital figures and power tokens, [[FridgeLogic which would seem like it's kinda missing the point of buying physical figurines in the first place]]. Thankfully, most physical ''Disney Infinity'' figures, play sets, and all Toy Box Expansion Games come came with a web code that gives you the digital version for free,[[note]]The ''Marvel Battlegrounds'' Play Set and ComicBook/TheVision, ComicBook/AntMan, and ComicBook/BlackPanther figures come with web code cards, but because none of these are in the digital versions, redeeming them are practically pointless. The [[Disney/TheJungleBook Baloo]] figure also comes with a card, but among the digital versions, he's mobile-only. The ''Film/AliceThroughTheLookingGlass'' figures and ''WesternAnimation/FindingDory'' Play Set and figures completely dropped the web code cards, becoming console-only.[[/note]] and using the hexagonal power discs in the console versions also unlock them in the digital versions as well. After the franchise's cancellation (see below), cancellation, the mobile versions and free-to-play PC versions have been disabled and were taken down and replaced with (see below), while UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} received "Gold Editions" of all three games on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. games. They contain almost all content that were ever released in the franchise, and anyone who bought DLC for these versions will receive them for free. The entire Gold Collection can be found [[http://store.steampowered.com/sub/144116 here.]]

After the digital ''3.0'' versions [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ failed to receive]] [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/03/disney-infinity-and-the-death-of-apple-tvs-gaming-ambitions/ some of the later-released content,]] it was announced on May 10, 2016 that ''Disney Infinity'' [[http://infinityinquirer.com/2016/05/10/disney-infinity-officially-no-ceasing-operations-june/ would cease production by the following month,]] as it was just costing too much money to keep the series and figures rolling. As part of the end of the franchise, [[CreatorKiller Disney Interactive Studios had its publishing unit shut down]], relegating it to a licensing unit for Disney's properties, and developer Avalanche Software closed (although the developer reopened under Creator/WarnerBrosInteractiveEntertainment ownership in January 2017). The company has laid out their end-of-life plans on July 29, 2016, which can be viewed [[https://infinity.disney.com/closing here.]][[note]]Long story short, the home and handheld console versions and the newly-released Gold Editions of all games still function, but have lost online functionality. The mobile and standalone PC versions of all games were rendered unplayable on September 30, 2016, with the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' removed from the App Store and the Disney Infinity team no longer accepting submissions for Toy Box uploads on the same date. The original Steam releases of ''2.0'' and ''3.0'' have been removed on December 9, 2016 (the day the Gold Editions were released). The Windows Store versions of all games and the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' have been rendered unplayable on March 3, 2017, the day that all remaining online services for the game have been disabled.[[/note]]
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3rd Mar '17 11:08:47 PM superslinger2007
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After the digital ''3.0'' versions [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ failed to receive]] [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/03/disney-infinity-and-the-death-of-apple-tvs-gaming-ambitions/ some of the later-released content,]] it was announced on May 10, 2016 that ''Disney Infinity'' [[http://infinityinquirer.com/2016/05/10/disney-infinity-officially-no-ceasing-operations-june/ would cease production by the following month,]] as it was just costing too much money to keep the series and figures rolling. As part of the end of the franchise, [[CreatorKiller Disney Interactive Studios had its publishing unit shut down]], relegating it to a licensing unit for Disney's properties, and developer Avalanche Software closed (although the developer reopened under Creator/WarnerBrosInteractiveEntertainment ownership in January 2017). The company has laid out their end-of-life plans on July 29, 2016, which can be viewed [[https://infinity.disney.com/closing here.]][[note]]Long story short, the home and handheld console versions and the newly-released Gold Editions of all games will still function, but will lose online functionality. The mobile and standalone PC versions of all games were rendered unplayable on September 30, 2016, with the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' removed from the App Store and the Disney Infinity team no longer accepting submissions for Toy Box uploads on the same date. The original Steam releases of ''2.0'' and ''3.0'' have been removed on December 9, 2016 (the day the Gold Editions were released). The Windows Store versions of all games and the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' will be rendered unplayable on March 3, 2017, the day which all remaining online services for the game will be disabled.[[/note]]

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After the digital ''3.0'' versions [[http://gameranx.com/updates/id/44545/article/disney-evaluating-pc-strategy-for-disney-infinity-no-new-content-for-2016/ failed to receive]] [[http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/03/disney-infinity-and-the-death-of-apple-tvs-gaming-ambitions/ some of the later-released content,]] it was announced on May 10, 2016 that ''Disney Infinity'' [[http://infinityinquirer.com/2016/05/10/disney-infinity-officially-no-ceasing-operations-june/ would cease production by the following month,]] as it was just costing too much money to keep the series and figures rolling. As part of the end of the franchise, [[CreatorKiller Disney Interactive Studios had its publishing unit shut down]], relegating it to a licensing unit for Disney's properties, and developer Avalanche Software closed (although the developer reopened under Creator/WarnerBrosInteractiveEntertainment ownership in January 2017). The company has laid out their end-of-life plans on July 29, 2016, which can be viewed [[https://infinity.disney.com/closing here.]][[note]]Long story short, the home and handheld console versions and the newly-released Gold Editions of all games will still function, but will lose have lost online functionality. The mobile and standalone PC versions of all games were rendered unplayable on September 30, 2016, with the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' removed from the App Store and the Disney Infinity team no longer accepting submissions for Toy Box uploads on the same date. The original Steam releases of ''2.0'' and ''3.0'' have been removed on December 9, 2016 (the day the Gold Editions were released). The Windows Store versions of all games and the Apple TV version of ''3.0'' will be have been rendered unplayable on March 3, 2017, the day which that all remaining online services for the game will be have been disabled.[[/note]]
3rd Mar '17 3:58:16 PM N8han11
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* LostForever: With the online server shutdown, the Sugar Rush Grandstands will become impossible to obtain due to being unlocked via an online related feat.

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* LostForever: With the online server shutdown, the Sugar Rush Grandstands will become several feats became impossible to obtain due to being unlocked via an online related feat. activities. As a result, the Sugar Rush Grandstands can no longer be unlocked.
27th Feb '17 5:37:30 AM N8han11
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* LostForever: With the online server shutdown, the Sugar Rush Grandstands will become impossible to obtain due to being unlocked via an online related feat.
18th Feb '17 9:12:14 AM N8han11
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* HardModePerks: The higher the combat difficulty is set, the more sparks enemies give off when defeated.
10th Feb '17 1:48:38 PM N8han11
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* CompositeCharacter: In the game, Maleficent carries her [[Film/{{Maleficent}} film appearance]] but from trailers, acts much like her [[Disney/SleepingBeauty classic personality]].

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In the game, Maleficent carries her [[Film/{{Maleficent}} film appearance]] but from trailers, acts much like her [[Disney/SleepingBeauty classic personality]].


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* ContinuityNod: While Boba Fett [[AdvertisedExtra does not appear in the]] ''Rise Against The Empire'' Play Set itself, his character coin can be found at a Sarlac pit at Tattooine, where he met his end in the movies.
10th Feb '17 9:33:55 AM N8han11
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* CompressedAdaptation: The "Rise Against the Empire" storyline of ''3.0'' is an abridged retelling of the entire ''Franchise/StarWars'' Original Trilogy where Luke, Han and Leia are together from start to finish, meaning some of them appear in scenes before any of them meet or where at least one of them is alone (e.g., Leia meets Obi-Wan in person, Han and Leia accompany Luke in confronting Darth Vader and the Emperor). It also cuts out entire areas such as Cloud City and Jabba's Palace, which leads to changes like [[LukeIAmYourFather Vader revealing his lineage]] on Hoth and Lando already being a member of the Rebellion from the start.

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* CompressedAdaptation: The "Rise Against the Empire" storyline of ''3.0'' is an abridged retelling of the entire ''Franchise/StarWars'' Original Trilogy where Luke, Leia, Han and Leia Chewbacca are together from start to finish, meaning some of them appear in scenes before any of them meet or where at least one of them is alone (e.g., Leia meets Obi-Wan in person, Han and Han, Leia and Chewbacca accompany Luke in confronting Darth Vader and the Emperor). It also cuts out entire areas such as Cloud City and Jabba's Palace, which leads to changes like [[LukeIAmYourFather Vader revealing his lineage]] on Hoth and Lando already being a member of the Rebellion from the start.
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