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Disney Infinity 2.0 Hits North America On September 23.0 | Joystiq

The Best of Walt Disney World - Disney's Animal Kingdom (That's My Opinion) by Steve Russo

Additionally, the company announced the official launch of its pre-order program. Starting today through September 22, as a bonus for pre-ordering the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Starter Pack, consumers will receive a Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel figure (valued at $13.99) from top retailers nationwide. The game will be available for pre-order this week at San Diego universal studios packages Comic-Con at the Disney Infinity Pop-up Shop (343 4th Ave. San Diego, CA 92101) and at the Marvel booth (#2329) inside the San Diego Convention Center. The game will also be available for hands-on demos at both locations during the show. Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is rated E10+ rating by the ESRB. All characters and power discs from last year's release of Disney Infinity will be compatible with the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Toy Box. About Disney Infinity Disney Infinity is an interactive gaming platform where players have unprecedented freedom and endless opportunity to create stories and play experiences starring the beloved characters from across the worlds of Disney. Building on the success of last year's initial launch, Disney Interactive announced that Disney Infinity's next chapter, Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes, will hit stores this fall. In the all new game, players use real-world interactive figures to activate original storylines (Play Sets) in the virtual game worlds of popular Marvel franchises and create new adventures with other Disney Infinity characters in the Toy Box mode. Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is rated E-10+ by the ESRB.
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I know there are tons of rumors about this problem and Ill use this opportunity to set the record straight. I have it on good authority (one I trust anyway) that the issue resides within the attractions infrastructure. The animatronics, when active, included a very rapid movement across a large distance (the lunge and swipe). Over time, that violent movement caused the yeti to torque off two of its mounts creating technical issues that would cause a system shutdown. The restart of the system was/is very time consuming. The situation worsens when the yetis position within the attraction, relative to the tracks and structural frame, is consideredin other words, its not an easy fix and will likely involve bringing in additional steel. The decision then was to hold off repairs until a major refurbishment was required. Kilimanjaro Safaris It looks pretty real to me. Photo by Steve Russo. I really enjoy attractions that change a bit each time you ride them.
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