Reviews and Problems with Disney's The Incredibles
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23 October 2005
Excerpt: The Incredibles, a game based on a
current box office favorite. How many times in the past have we seen
games based on movies trying to compete for our hard earned money?
These quick-to-cash-in titles are, more often than not, completely
forgettable video game outings. So when weighed against all the other
cash cow games churned out on a daily basis how does "The Incredibles"
Excerpt: The Incredibles is easy like Sunday morning. I breezed through the thing in a few subway rides to and from work, losing only a life or two in the process, playing at a time when I am at my most bleary eyed and cack-handed.
Excerpt: What can be done with a game license based off of a movie about generic superhero family members? Why, turn it into a generic, sidescrolling brawler with repetitive enemies and stages, and spice it up with playable cameos from the movie. The Incredibles for GBA doesn’t harness the superpower of Pixar’s market value, but it is a competent little fighter and it ends up being solidly average considering its limitations.
Pros: Animation and backgrounds are above average, Crystal clear sound, Keeps the dust out of your GBA if you have no cart in it
Cons: All this and a password save, too. Even That's SO Raven had a password save., Evil henchmen are really mean by laughing at you, Quite possibly the most tedious game on the face of the earth, Will make the other games in your collection feel bad about themselves