Game Informer Looks At Disney Infinity 3.0 - Star Wars

Bespin refugee - May 05, 2015
The June issue of Game Informer takes a look at Disney Infinity 3.0, which introduces the characters of Star Wars. Twilight of the Republic, a pack-in playset from Ninja Theory (Devil May Cry, Heavenly Sword), is a story set after Attack of the Clones, featuring Anakin and Ahsoka, fighting to uncover whoís behind a freshly minted droid army, and features land and space battles with plenty of melee combat. Obi-Wan, Yoda, and Darth Maul will also be available as separately sold figures. 'Rise Against The Empire', from Studio Gobo (Disney Infinity's Pirates of the Caribbean playset), follows the events of the classic trilogy. Luke and Leia tangle with Darth Vader and his forces through memorable sequences, including the battle of Yavin as well as time on Hoth and Tatooine. Chewbacca, Han Solo, and Darth Vader figures will be available individually. Star Wars characters can cross over between the Star Wars playsets, too, which could lead to some canonically unsound (but fun) scenarios. This winter, there will also be a playset based on The Force Awakens. Disney Infinity 3.0 is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS, and Android this fall. The Starter Pack is priced at $64.99. A new batch of Power Discs are also coming, with a twist: They won't be in blind bags anymore. You can see what you're getting before you buy them.
(Source: GameInformer)
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Bespin refugee - 2015-05-05 @ 6:50 pm

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Bespin refugee - 2014-08-26 @ 7:17 pm
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Bespin refugee - 2014-02-04 @ 10:44 pm
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SnTrooper - 2013-04-30 @ 6:06 pm

I don't know about that, seems to me like SW and Marvel would fit just as well as Pirates of the Caribbean. Although they are so huge in number of characters, locations, and fan base that having their own games (with some cross compatibility) would make the most sense.

GPM in ICT - 2013-04-30 @ 12:56 pm

I don't seeing it being a good fit to include Star Wars(or for that fact Marvel Characters) in the Infinity games, but I could see Disney deciding to give both their own Infinity type games.

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