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Disney Infinity coming to New Zealand

Disney Infinity coming to New Zealand

For the first time, Disney and Pixar characters will unite in the biggest gaming experience of the year

Disney Interactive is excited to unveil Disney Infinity, a never-before-seen game platform that unlocks the freedom to create stories and play experiences starring beloved characters from The Walt Disney Company and Pixar Animation Studios, available on all consoles from August 21 2013.

Throughout each story-driven experience, called a ‘Play Set’, players can place physical toy versions of their favourite Disney and Disney Pixar characters onto the Infinity Base, a device that transports players to a world where they can interact with the best of Disney on one game platform.  Monsters University, Cars, The Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Lone Ranger will be the first ‘Play Sets’ available at launch.

In these worlds, players will solve challenging puzzles, battle enemies and explore iconic locations from Disney and Disney Pixar. By unlocking unique characters, vehicles, and gadgets from each ‘Play Set’ players can then create their own gaming world by adding these to a virtual ‘Toy Box.’

Disney Infinity players can access their ‘Toy Box’ to build and customise their personal virtual worlds which can then be shared with friends and family both online and off.

Disney Infinity introduces a new way to interact with the best of Disney on one game platform, both now and in the future," said John Pleasants, co-president, Disney Interactive. “With this innovative approach to gaming, Disney Infinity will bring to life new characters, stories and environments from The Walt Disney Company over time in a way that will delight fans and gamers alike.”

Full of beloved characters and creative worlds, Disney Infinity is sure to spark imaginations to deliver an experience for the whole family to enjoy.  
For additional information, please visit www.disney.com/Infinity, join the Disney Infinity Facebook community www.Facebook.com/disneyinfinity and follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/disneyinfinity


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