Reviews and Problems with Disney's The Incredibles
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Does exactly what it says on the tin
Mr. SD Askam "masteryoni", amazon.co.uk
15 December 2005
Summary: I bought this along with a GBA for my son's Sixth birthday and he can't get enough of it. Yes the game play and graphics aren't up to PS2 Standards but then it isn;t being played on a PS2. Having varying levels and using all the film characters including frozone by boy is utterly enthralled.
Jason "It was the day my Grandmother exploded..., amazon.co.uk
5 August 2005
Summary: I decided to buy this for my 8 year old son, along with the gba as we are travelling alot this summer. We have a PS2 at home and that is fine, but apart from the fact that this fits in your pocket, I really do not see the attraction to it.
Bought this for my nephew to play on his Nintendo ...
21 March 2005
Summary: Bought this for my nephew to play on his Nintendo I bought him for his birthday. He is 4 years old and had no problems playing it by himself. Well worth the money I pId for it and it was delivered within the time stated.
Summary: I had this game as a Christmas present. I played it for absolutely ages because it is so addictive. The characters are realistic and the graphics are brilliant, but as it is the first gba game I've played then I cannot really compare it to any others.
Very like the film, but gameplay is slow, boring and limited
clairey fairy, Amazon
21 March 2005
Summary: I was full of high hopes for this game, as I loved the film. I expected a visually gorgeous, complex, engrossing and fun game, but, alas, that is NOT what I got. While it has some shots from the film and looks good (not great, just good), its cons definitely outweigh the pros.
Summary: I bought this with a game boy for the children last christmas. (2 boys aged 8 and 5) By Boxing day i was down the shops buying another game as they had completed this by then. Not hard enough for the kids but i still dont understand it!!