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  • Summary: LEGO The Incredibles, a new video game where players take control of their favourite Incredibles characters in unforgettable scenes and action sequences from both Disney Pixar films, The Incredibles and the upcoming The Incredibles 2. The game encourages players to work together by combiningLEGO The Incredibles, a new video game where players take control of their favourite Incredibles characters in unforgettable scenes and action sequences from both Disney Pixar films, The Incredibles and the upcoming The Incredibles 2. The game encourages players to work together by combining the Parr family's abilities and unique powers to conquer crime and family life in a LEGO world full of fun and humour. With LEGO The Incredibles, fans can experience the non-stop action from both movies while fighting crime together as a super hero family. In LEGO The Incredibles, players explore action-packed story levels and an epic hub world, including Municiberg and New Urbem, as they use their unique super abilities to bring the city's villains to justice. Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 33
  2. Negative: 0 out of 33
  1. Jun 20, 2018
    87
    The Lego formula bring us one great family game, true to the Disney Pixar characters, full of details, and even better in local coop multiplayer. The Incredibles is a perfect game to share with your kids or younger siblings.
  2. Jun 25, 2018
    76
    Lego The Incredibles is a smooth entry in the long-running Lego video game series. It doesn't do much to break out of the mold but there's no denying how ultimately solid and satisfying it is.
  3. Jun 29, 2018
    75
    A traditional LEGO game with highly recognizable gameplay, humour and great atmosphere. Although both movies are incorporated in this game, you are forced to play the second part first while we can imagine that a group of players want to start with the first part. There isn't any choice on that matter, which is a bit strange. Some inputs aren't registered correctly and the camera is sometimes annoying but overall, these minor gripes don't detract from this fun title.
  4. Jun 25, 2018
    70
    Better or worse, an amusing game of the twenty years long LEGO series.
  5. Jul 10, 2018
    70
    LEGO The Incredibles 2 isn't the best platformer, or even the best LEGO game, but for younger gamers, big Pixar fans and those just wanting more from The Incredibles, it's a decent choice, by no means essential for anyone, but absolutely packed with a good few hours of fun with family members.
  6. Jul 3, 2018
    65
    Never surprising, LEGO The Incredibles is repetitive and the building mechanics are now dusty, to say the least. But there are 8 playable characters and they are all very different, making it a fun game especially in co-op.
  7. games(TM)
    Aug 9, 2018
    50
    Lego's 13-year-old series needs serious building. [Issue#203, p.81]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 3 out of 6
  1. Jun 18, 2018
    9
    This game was really fun to play with my kids. The Incredibles is one of my favorite Pixar franchises and I think the game does a great jobThis game was really fun to play with my kids. The Incredibles is one of my favorite Pixar franchises and I think the game does a great job telling the story from both movies that is easy to understand for kids. Expand
  2. Jul 5, 2018
    8
    An excellent addition to the Disney Pixar portfolio from TT Fusion Games; Lego The Incredibles is a fun-filled family game which holds goodAn excellent addition to the Disney Pixar portfolio from TT Fusion Games; Lego The Incredibles is a fun-filled family game which holds good replay value with the inclusion of over 100 Pixar characters and a fantastic open-world menu. Simple controls and repetitive gaming models make it a great game for young children to play without fear of them becoming frustrated with gamer's rage. Graphics are what we have come to expect from a Lego game; perfectly executed but difficult to portray some scenes, and some audio configuration required to improve further, but neither takes away from the story. Expand
  3. Jun 15, 2018
    6
    LEGO The Incredibles
    Sadly just another LEGO game
    LEGO The Incredibles is based off of both The Incridibles and the Incredibles 2..
    LEGO The Incredibles
    Sadly just another LEGO game
    LEGO The Incredibles is based off of both The Incridibles and the Incredibles 2..
    Understandably they deliver the stories in a reverse order..
    The game is set in a tiny open world full of crime to fight, characters to unlock including characters from other pixar movies and sidequests.. plenty to keep you busy…
    Though if you prefer to just stick to the story this game will take you a little less than 6 hours to complete..
    The first half of the game and the much better half of the game is based on the incredibles 2
    This story is focused more on elestagirl as shes trying to take down screen slaver and saved the brainwashed heroes…
    There are plenty of new a great characters introduced here… tons of personality..
    in your typical lego game fashion this is a lot of going into missions with 2 characters, switching back and forth using your different abilities to throw switches, and using eachother to progress.. and of course this game can be played coop..
    I loved the pacing of the first half of this game..
    its very linear and straight forward..
    combat doesn’t drag on forever.. youre not stuck in an area for too long..
    theres so much fun to be had in this campaign..
    and then the second half of this game you relive the story of the first incredibles, the focus here is much more on mr incredible, his struggle between being a hero and a good father and of course taking down syndrome..
    I do love the level design in this campaign, tons of color and unique places, some really cool moments sprinkled in here as well…
    but the pacing is just awful here..
    its constantly do a little platforming and deal with a slug fest of switching between characters collecting special blocks to build an item rinse and repeat until credits roll…
    these moments are in the first half as well… but collecting the pieces in a linear fashion is just so much more fun to me than being throne in a giant room where youre constantly switching back and forth..
    the pacing really comes to a crawl and drags down what otherwise is one of the more fun lego games
    I feel like fans of the incredibles will enjoy this game and that fans of lego games will enjoy getting more legos..
    if youre not a fan of either of these things, this game wont change your mind..
    I give LEGO The Incredibles
    a 6/10
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  4. Jul 8, 2018
    3
    Travelers Tales has finally done it! They have made the Lego games so much that the old fun formula has gotten stale. I have played damn nearTravelers Tales has finally done it! They have made the Lego games so much that the old fun formula has gotten stale. I have played damn near every Lego game to come out, and they all have a charm to them that can only be captured in the Lego games. Their version of The Incredibles actually does the opposite. Not only is it less charming and funny than what Pixar did, but you start to go into this Lego autopilot. Two days later you beat the game, and realize that it wasn't an amazing weekend but more of a waste of a weekend. Regardless there are some new things so I guess here we go?

    The story mode is only 6 hours long, but they had only two movies to go off of (unlike their usual 3 that they tackle). I should say this if you haven't seen The Incredibles 2 then don't play this game. It will start with possibly spoiling the movie. I honestly don't know I decided to play the Lego game vs just seeing the movie. The game is for kids and is based off movies for kids. I felt the need to write that because the game chooses to play down some...all of the death scenes that are in the movies. So the end kind of brutal scene with Syndrome from the first movie he is killed off. Not in this he isn't they show that he just gives up oh well. This has to be a weird complaint for me, but it seems like that would annoy anyone especially ones who are fans of the movie. If I was a kid playing this and got to that scene I would be upset, because it would be talking down to me. My point is Pixar makes movies for kids, but treats them as growing people. Travelers Tales seems like they are making games for kids, but doing so under the supervision of PBS or some **** This isn't the first time they have dumbed down the movies they were covering.

    The game for the most part plays like a Lego game would. The characters are all fairly unique and for the most part get equal play time. Elastic Girl has probably the most, and before you think of it no her booty isn't thiccc she is a rather blocky woman in the game. The levels never feel like filler levels unlike some of the previous Lego games had (Lego Force Awakens). So it flowed rather nice. They had this build mechanic that made it so you had to build a thing with multiple characters. It honestly was just jam on the O button, but they made it seemed neat. There isn't much to this game to want to do after the story. You can stop random crimes, but Christ I couldn't see a seven year old having fun doing that.

    Overall the game isn't terrible I just don't think it needs to exist. They lost the charm Pixar had with the humor and tones that it ended up just being too childish. The gameplay is Lego, but unlike Lego Avengers that made me want to watch the Avengers; I just wanted this game to be over. Even if you have kids I don't see them having a blast with this I think they would prefer one of the other like 20 Lego games. I give this a strong PASS.
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  5. Jun 21, 2018
    1
    Having completed all previous Lego games since the new start in Lego Star Wars, I have to say that Lego The Incrdibles is the worst of themHaving completed all previous Lego games since the new start in Lego Star Wars, I have to say that Lego The Incrdibles is the worst of them all (along with Lego Ninjago and Lego The Movie games). There is not much actual game play, not many puzzles. You have to pick up Incredible Bricks (which are scattered all over the place to simply pick up, no mini puzzle). These bricks allows you to do a Family Build which in most cases adds a small puzzle to access a Red Brick. Once the Red Brick has been collected, it can immediately be activated (no stud cost for buying it!). Studs are used to buy characters, but since you quickly find Score x2 and above, I was never unable to buy due to lack of studs.
    The gold bricks are also mostly free to simply pick up in the street. It is all a matter of getting a flying character and a diving character to complete +90% of this game. I was hoping this game would be easier to navigate though than Ninjago. It is! It feels more or less like watching the movie, only four times as expensive.
    Not recommended at full price.
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  6. Jun 20, 2018
    0
    This game is exactly the same as other Lego games. Legos are used in games as an excuse for developers to be lazy and not put hard work in lipThis game is exactly the same as other Lego games. Legos are used in games as an excuse for developers to be lazy and not put hard work in lip syncing, animations, physics, and detail. That would be fine if the game was cheap, but they actually charged $60 for this joke of a game. The graphics are bad, combat is boring, sidequests are boring. There is hardly any attention to detail and the mechanics are horrible. The story is awful and cringeworthy.

    There is no multiplayer. So once you finish the campaign, there is no reason to play this game again. $60 for a 6 hour campaign with no replay value is a cashgrab. I recommend you only buy this game if it is $5 or cheaper.
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