Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2.0 Edition) Rocket Raccoon - Not Machine Specific
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I purchased Groot for my Wife. (And Later Rocket) We were curious on how the game actually played, so I purchased Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Play Set and Marvel Super Heroes Video Game Starter Pack. The Starter Pack specifically for the PS3 disk. Knowing I could use the pad for the PS4 later with a digital download purchase.
Let me first say that the figures are great. They have excellent detail and excellent paint jobs. (Some toy-like things you get have bad paint where they aren't painted on the lines, etc.)
The naming of everything is confusing. I wished Disney would have thought through what to call everything before releasing, but so be it.
The game is really laggy on PS3. Poor game design? Old Console? Bit of Both? Either way the controls are horrible.
I downloaded the PC game and entered the codes. Much smoother, better graphics, and great conrols. Lots of annoying 'buy this' 'buy that' added to it, but that's what you get with a Free to Play mentallity.
Verticle spitscreen multiplayer? Who came up with that idea? Not having an option to split screen horizontally, or even doing splitscreen like Resident Evil 5 does, with separate screens top and bottom.
Cross-Platform Character Progress? Hello? Did the same person that came up with the verticle splitscreen also decide not to save character progress on a Disney server so that no matter what platform we play on we can pick up where we left off? This is a big let down for me, probably why I haven't played more. I'd like to switch from PS3, to PS4, then PC and keep character progression. Basically we have 7 characters. I can't imagine wanting to buy the PS4 digital version or even for iPad now.
Plenty of different game modes, which is cool.
Figures are cool, backend game mechanics kinda suck.
But back to the figure itself, Rocket is both awesome and cute at the same time (getting a Conker vibe, heh.) Don't bother upgrading his melee attack, just his guns and grenade and maybe super jump to get around. His size makes him a bit harder to kill, and his weapons are nothing to sneeze at. Rocket is an amazing ground character.
He has a Ride ability, but unfortunately it's limited to Groot and you can't aim in this mode, which defeats the purpose kinda.
Still, my favorite Marvel character as of right now.