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  • Summary: LEGO The Incredibles takes players on a fun-filled adventure where they'll control their favorite Incredibles characters and team up as a family to conquer crime and family life. Reimagined in LEGO form and featuring TT Games' signature LEGO humor, the game recreates scenes and actionLEGO The Incredibles takes players on a fun-filled adventure where they'll control their favorite Incredibles characters and team up as a family to conquer crime and family life. Reimagined in LEGO form and featuring TT Games' signature LEGO humor, the game recreates scenes and action sequences from both Incredibles movies.

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  1. Positive: 2 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
  1. Jul 3, 2018
    80
    LEGO The Incredibles is a hilarious adventure designed to be enjoyed by the whole family, with a lot of humor and a story that will delight the fans of the movie and will please those who haven’t yet enjoyed the Pixar feature films.
  2. Jul 11, 2018
    75
    LEGO Incredibles gives a fresh coat to the cookie cutter LEGO genre and has all the charm you would expect from a Pixar property. If you’re a Pixar and LEGO fan this is an INCREDIBLE release (sorry…not sorry) and you should definitely check it out.
  3. Jul 21, 2018
    70
    Featuring an interesting plot and an enjoyable open world, as well as the LEGO and Disney audiovisual quality, LEGO The Incredibles falls short on some aspects of its technical execution, as well as on its too simple combat system and long loading times.
  4. Jun 19, 2018
    65
    It's quite good for a licensed product, and can be fun for a couple of kids to play together, or for a parent to play with their child. It just isn't anything special, and in a game all about being Incredible, that's kind of a letdown.
  5. Jul 17, 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.
  6. Jun 28, 2018
    65
    LEGO The Incredibles is geared to fans of LEGO games and unlocking iconic characters from the Incredibles universe. Kids will love this game and will have hours of fun. As for advanced or adult gamers, this game has its highs and lows and is exactly what it was meant to be…A game for kids.
  7. Jun 26, 2018
    45
    Lego The Incredibles simply does not meet up to the expectations its predecessors have set. With a roster that lets us down, overpowered heroes, a near lack of puzzle mechanics, a small world, and a ton of repetitive tasks, there is nothing super about this game.

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  1. 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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