LEGO The Incredibles
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Critic Reviews for LEGO The Incredibles
I enjoyed playing through the game, but felt some of the questionable decisions and creaking technology kept it from achieving its potential. 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.
With the shortest roster of LEGO games of last years, and based on a franchise wichs probably the less popular of all seen in Traveller's Tale games, this game works well only as a product for The Incredibles fans. The rest of us, will better wait for DC Villians to fill the gap.
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With content from both movies, plus a tonne of extra stuff included in a fun open world, LEGO The Incredibles offers a great adventure for fans of both the Pixar franchise and LEGO games. For everyone else, it may show that the LEGO games are growing a bit tired.
Overall LEGO The Incredibles is an alright game that truly delivers on collecting and charm. It's always fun to see some great franchises get the LEGO treatment, but the gameplay falls short from the same mechanics as previous LEGO titles. However, 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.