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http://latino-review.com/2014/01/pixar-joining-star-wars-universe/ I guess I shouldn't be surprised, but hey, Pixar has good talent so maybe something will happen. It isn't an official announcement but a rumor from Latino Review, which has been the source for movie-rumors-turned-true in the past. If it does turn out to be true, what do you think? Are you okay with the idea of Pixar doing a Star Wars movie?
Until now, the only play sets we've seen for Avalanche Software's upcoming Disney Infinity have been for Monsters, Inc., The Incredibles, and Pirates of the Caribbean, which all come with respectively-themed toys and virtual areas to play around in. Now it seems another Pixar movie is ready to join the fray as a fourth play set has just been announced - Cars. The first three play sets will be included in a Starter Pack that you can get for $74.99. As for standalone play sets like Cars, you can get those for $34.99 each. Furthermore, each play set is said to add about 6-9 hours of gameplay to the overall game. The Cars pack will provide the Disney Infinity platform with Radiator Springs, as well as the characters that appear in Cars, extra items, and more. You can find Disney Infinity on store shelves this June, and more play sets are set to be released by then. Are you looking forward to Disney Infinity? Will you be picking up the Cars play set?
Late last year, Disney Interactive revealed an upcoming toy-collecting video game akin to the popular Skylanders franchise. This game, bearing the title Disney Infinity, was announced to be releasing this Summer for Wii, Wii U, PS3, Xbox 360, and 3DS. And just like with the Skylanders games, you will also be collecting and scanning toys into the game itself, only with characters from famous Disney classics. The game's producer, John Vignocchi, spoke at a recent press event with news that his company will be releasing new versions of Disney Infinity every year after the first game's release. And to make things easier on your wallet, you will be able to use figures bought for previous versions in the later ones. Not only that, but figures bought for the later versions will, you guessed it, be compatible with the earlier ones. This is possible via updates, and will allow for players from all versions to interact with each other. In other news, the people working on Disney Infinity will also be working with film-makers throughout the development process. This allows the team access to films not even out yet, giving them time to create characters from upcoming Disney films that will be released with Play Sets alongside their respective films. "We“re actually directly working with them," said Vignocchi on the matter, "so what they“re doing is giving us access to their films as they“re in development, so we“re getting such early access that that is what is allowing us to create these Play Sets where we“re expanding on their content and collaboratively working with these film-makers to create a true transmedia experience." Disney Infinity certainly seems to be shaping up well, and Summer will surely bring joy to any Disney fan out there. Are you looking forward to Disney Infinity? What are your thoughts on the toy-collecting aspect some games are beginning to use? Source: Nintendo Life