Disney Interactive is keeping the hype train rolling for September's release of Disney Infinity 2.0, methodically announcing the entire list of collectible figurines that will be available for the new game.

Previously, developer Avalanche Software had announced that Marvel superheroes were the major feature of 2.0, with figurines/playable characters on the way for Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Spider-Man, Iron Fist, Nova, Nick Fury and Venom. Avalanche later revealed that classic Disney characters Princess Merida (from "Brave") and Maleficent from the recent Angeline Jolie film will join the superheroes.

Today, game producer John Vignocchi added two more classics to the list: Stitch and Tinkerbell. Stitch is, of course, from the animated film "Lilo & Stitch," while Tinkerbell has appeared in everything from the original "Peter Pan" to the CGI "Disney Fairies" films. A trailer featuring the two new figures is below.

Stitch's design looks very true to his original appearance. One of his attack modes, as seen in the trailer, is a destructive roll, but little else is known about how he'll behave in the game. Vignocchi has implied that most if not all of the non-Marvel characters that will be available for 2.0 are top requests made by fans. Stitch, he said, was the number one most requested character, followed by Merida.

Given Tinkerbell's tiny fairie stature compared to all the other Infinity characters so far, it should be interesting to see how she functions inside the game. The trailer shows her at two sizes: her normal fairie size, and a size comparable to all the other game characters. The logical conclusion is that Tinkerbell is able to switch between big and small, and that this might even be part of her power set. However it's handled, Avalanche was smart not to limit her to the standard Infinity character size; her diminutive stature is a big part of who she is.

Leaked details (thanks, Walmart) have revealed the remaining figures that Avalanche and Disney have yet to officially announce. They include Donald Duck, Baymax and Hiro Hamada from "Big Hero 6," and all five Guardians of the Galaxy — Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer and Groot. There are Playsets planned for The Avengers and Spider-Man, but it's a safe bet that "Guardians of the Galaxy" will get one too, and it's possible that "Big Hero 6" could get one as well, albeit later in the year to coincide with the movie's November 2014 release. Fans will be awfully disappointed if there are only three Playsets given that the first game had six.

Game Informer has speculated that since Vignocchi told the magazine that alternate costumes will be included, one of them could conceivably be the female version of Thor from the just-announced comic book switcheroo.

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