The Inside Out Playset features the five adorable characters from the feature film and is available for Disney Infinity 3.0 at launch. After watching a scary movie, Riley’s mind gets all scattered and it is up to the emotions to put things back in balance. Each of the five figures are super adorable, bright, and true to the film character. We’ve got our hands on all five emotions and thought we’d get an up close look at each one.
From our travels to SDCC, E3 & D23 we’ve managed to get our hands on the entire cast of characters from the Inside Out Playset and we thought we’d take some up close photos and compare them with the original promotional images released by Infinity & the character from the film.
Let’s meet the emotions:
Packaged with the actual Playset piece, the Joy figure captures the bright bubbly personality of the character wonderfully.
From her promotional images you get a different sense of Joy’s color, particularly in her dress. Ultimately though, the color palette of the physical figure is perfect. We are huge fans of the detailed yet simple patterns on each of the Inside Out characters, and Joy’s dress is a great example.
Anger also comes packaged with the Playset piece and just like all the other characters, this figure portrays him perfectly.
The fiery Anger translates as a figure nicely from his tiny little patterned tie to his large uneven teeth inside a huge opened screaming mouth. We love everything about this figure, and the design speaks to the emotion better than any of the other character’s final designs.
This is one melancholy figure but her sweet personality and adorable little mannerisms certainly make up for it! We absolutely love Sadness both in game and as a figure. Sadness is packaged individually and available at all retailers at launch.
The colors on the Sadness figure is what immediately caught our attention, the perfect blend of dark and light blue tones really set her apart from most other figures in the Infinity Line Up. From the detail on her adorable little sweater to her tiny little slipper shoes, she is a great figure and a must have!
One of the more interesting emotions, this character and her corresponding figure is full of attitude. There isn’t much not to love about a character who is totally over wether or not you like anything about her. Disgust is packaged separately from the Playset and is available everywhere at launch of 3.0.
The physical Disgust figure is bright and sassy. The figure pose is very much a “whatever” kind of stance, and her eyes are rolling pretty hard. Her dress is very cute, the pattern stands out nicely against the dark green. Of course she is accessorized with her small purple scarf, her primary choice of weapon in game. Disgust is a great figure that really captures the spirit of the character!
Just looking at this character puts a little on edge. Fear is uptight, nervous and suspicious of everything, all traits that we totally feel just by glancing at his figure design. Fear is an Amazon exclusive for the first 30 days of release of 3.0.
What isn’t to love about a big purple nervous figure that is wearing an adorable little red bowtie? The physical figure of fear took a tricky character design and brought him to life! His long curled strand of hair hangs off his head in just the right spot, and the pattern on his sweater vest is spot on. We really love this character and were thrilled to have him in our collection.
The Inside Out Playset Piece is probably one of our favorites from all of Disney Infinity’s history. It is a great use of a an actual piece of the film, and pulls together an aspect of each of the separate figure designs. The piece is a clone of Riley’s core memories, the small orbs inside the memory storage inform the type of person Riley is.
You can also watch our video close up featuring the five characters and the Playset piece on our Youtube channel or in this video below: