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Today, Disney officially announced its next iteration of the Disney Infinity franchise, this time called Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes. The game is slated to feature the likes of the Avengers, Spider-Man, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and villains such as Loki and MODOK, and they'll all share the same type of visual aesthetic that the characters from the first game had. Also, like the first Disney Infinity, this one will also feature a starter set which includes Thor, Black Widow, and Iron Man, the Avengers play set, and two minigame-discs. All characters, power discs, and the base from Disney Infinity 1.0 will work here as well. This year will feature 20 new characters and 80 new power discs releasing. Speaking of the latter, the power discs will now feature new types such as costume changes and sidekicks. Super heroes will also figure into different category types (such as brawler, ranged, etc.) and will have their own branching skill trees that players can upgrade over the course of the game. The Toy Box mode is also said to be getting an overhaul this time around as the developers are spending a good 60% of their time on it in order to streamline building as well as letting players enter interior structures and even letting you decorate your own home with achievements and the like. Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes will be released this Fall on PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and iOS. Reportedly, a new starter kit will be required for the Xbox One version, but the PS3's base will be usable with the PS4 version of the game. Source: Game Informer Are you excited for Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes?
If you were looking forward to playing Mad Max this year then I have bad news for you—Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirmed today that the title is being delayed to 2015. The good news? They also released showcasing the vehicular combat you can expect to see, so if you've been hankering for a new Twisted Metal, this might be your next best bet. While a more concrete release window will be announced later on, Mad Max is being developed for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. Source: Polygon Are you looking forward to Mad Max?