Reviews and Problems with The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer
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Fighting Mole-People Robots made Super Fun
probablyBatman , GameStop
29 June 2012
Summary: I realize that many people out there may think that this game is a ridiculous knock-off, mock sequel, little kid, waste of money, run of the mill, boring movie theme video game. Well those insane little fruit loops out there are dead wrong. The controls are easy to master, and even more fun with a partner. The end bosses are are great and the charachters you play as have awsome abilities.
Summary: Where the movie leaves off,you play as either Mr. Incredible or Frozone and in the last game you could not play as Frozen so thats a new feature. As you get farther into the game, the game gets more challenging so if you're on level 1 or 2 it is going to be easy to get past the bad guys, while you're on level 5 or 6 it is going to be much harder to get past the bad guys. A very new cool feature is 2 player co-op so if you're playing as Mr.
Summary: What review? I never recieved this game. Unknown gave me my money back 3 weeks after I ordered it. Not cool when a 8 yr old is waiting for it for his birthday! and asks everyday if it has come?!?! If you dont have the item then dont advertize that you have it!!!
Summary: This is not a perfect game. The main flaw is that it is a short game. Some would say the other flaws are that the solo game is meh and that the game is too easy. This is probably coming from 30 year old men. kids will love this. It is light, and very fun. The action puzzles aren't too hard to figure out. THe game actually lets you play with two players at once throughout the entire game. This is perfect for siblings. Not unlike lego star wars for two players. Mr.
Good platform game with good graphics and characters. You can be either Mr Incredible or Frozone. My son found it a little bit difficult to advance through the levels but he is 6 so it is maybe suited for age 7 +. Overall a good follow on game, Sofa Cinema