Disney Infinity launched in August and uses a physical base not unlike Skylanders to marry toys with a video game. By placing the figurine on the base along with "Power Discs," the character is activated and transported into the game's virtual toy box.
In our review of Disney Infinity, we ultimately found the experience to be enjoyable for both kids (we're kids at heart) and adults. Disney Infinity is currently available on the Nintendo Wii, Wii U, 3DS, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Families and fans of Disney Infinity can come experience the joy of Disney Interactive's largest video-game to date as GameStop will be hosting "Infinity Day" to celebrate the release of the Jack Skellington figure. Jack Skellington is a timed-exclusive and can only be found at GameStop stores on October 5th. All U.S. GameStop locations will be hosting the event and in nearly 100 GameStop stores Nintendo team members will demo the game live.
The event includes:
• GameStop exclusive early access to Jack Skellington figure
• The first 50 customers will receive a free Jack Skellington poster
• Save $10 on the Disney Infinity official strategy guide when you buy a starter kit or Jack Skellington figure
• Swap "Power Discs" with fellow gamers
• Live game demo's (In select stores)
Visit http://www.gamestop.com/gs/landing/events/DisneyInfinityDay/Default.aspx for more information about events at participating stores.
Disney Infinity is available on the Nintendo 3DS, Wii™, Wii™ U, Xbox 360™ game and entertainment system and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system.
For more information on Disney Infinity and the Jack Skellington figure please visit http://www.gamestop.com/collectibles/toys/disney-infinity-jack-skellington-figure/111380
- Key specs
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- Game format Downloadable, Cartridge
- Screen size 3.53 inches
- Online features Multiplayer, Store, Browser
- Direction control D-pad, Thumb stick (1)
- Motion controls Accelerometer, Camera / optical
- Dimensions 0.8 x 5.3 x 2.9 in
- Weight 8 oz
- Released 2011-03-27
Sony PlayStation 3 (late 2012)
Nintendo Wii console
Nintendo Wii U
Microsoft Xbox One