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Disney Infinity shows off new Monsters University screens

9:50 AM on 02.12.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Put That Thing Back Where It Came From Or So Help Me!

Disney has sent us a new batch of screens from the Monsters University portion of Disney Infinity, which are based on the upcoming Pixar sequel to Monsters Inc.

These new shots show off quite a bit of the game's two modes -- story and sandbox. The story mode portions are strictly set to characters who are part of the theme, namely the stars Mike Wazowski and Sulley, as well as the university setting itself.

As you can probably tell, the sandbox screens are the ones that are all over the place (The Cave of Wonders!), and involve multiple IPs frolicking about at once.

Just like Toy Story 3: The Game's sandbox mode, I expect it to be a lot of fun.

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