Summary: I let my 9 year old son decide on this review because it is his game. He says it's fun, but he wishes it was two player. Some of the levels are pretty hard and he hasn't been able to get past them. He usually can play games that are hard and beyond his age without a problem.
Summary: well i went to the movie, and i liked it alot, it was really incredible. but the game.... ah, it's just not the same. it was mediocre , not something great.... i mean sure, it was kinda fun, but it got repetetive after a while.and there wasn't a big replay value to it .
Excerpt: The Incredibles is one of my favourite films by Pixar, based around a family of superheroes trying to hide their identities. So when they made a game out of it, I purchased it simply just because of how much I enjoyed the film.
Pros: Variety of gameplay, doesn't stick to the film too much, good for kids to
Summary: Like most of the reviewers have stated, this game was inspired by an excellent film - 5 stars for the film. The game is another matter. It carries the authenticity of featuring the character voices and scenarios from the film such as the Omnidroid (how I hate that word now).
Summary: The incredibles is not one of my favourite games but it is not one of my worst. the incredibles is not one i would pick for the top ten list. I think that it is only good on your first go at it. it doesn't take long to complete as it only has fourteen SHORT levels.