Lego The Incredibles Review, GamePlay And Overview

Lego The Incredibles is a Lego-themed action-adventure video game developed by TT Fusion. However, the game is based on both The Incredibles and Incredibles 2 films. After Lego was through with Star Wars and Marvel Cinematic Universe, developer Traveller’s Tales turns its attention to The Incredibles with Lego The Incredibles for PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC.

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If you really want to enjoy the game, you might want to see The Incredibles 2 in theaters. The LEGO version of the superhero story immediately starts where the movie begins. It also plays through the movie’s sequences almost beat for beat. Well if you have already seen the movie on the big screen, you’re going to see it again in the game.

Lego The Incredibles Gameplay

The game begins with the story of the second movie and then proceeds to first one’s. Like earlier said, the game starts as Incredibles 2 movie starts, with the Incredibles family and Frozone trying to stop the Underminer. Though the family gets to stop the Underminer from destroying city hall, they are later apprehended by police due to a “no supers” policy. The family meets Winston Deavor and his sister Evelyn Deavor who want to bring supers back. Then the Parr family is given a special house from the Deavors.

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Furthermore, Lego The Incredibles lets you wreak havoc through 12 levels spanning the original movie. Though the game closely follows the plot of both The Incredibles movies, but with some modifications. These modifications were made so that it would be more child-friendly. Furthermore, it also has some extra content and adapts to the 2-player gameplay specific to the Lego formula. The game allows the player to control many of the Incredibles characters from both movies, along with their superpowers. Each hero has its own abilities. Mr. Incredible has super-strength, Mrs. Incredible can shape her body in many ways, Violet can turn invisible and create a forcefield, and Dash can sprint fast. Additionally, other Pixar characters such as Flik from A Bug’s Life and Merida from Brave are unlockable characters in the hub world as well.

In the game, You’ll solve puzzles, partake in thrilling sequences, and beat down evil henchmen aplenty all while swapping between multiple characters from the franchise. You also get to explore the Parr family’s neighborhood and fight random street crime.

Interestingly, you can switch between characters to use various powers, smash everything you can see down to its component parts and rebuild them to solve puzzles.

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Lego The Incredibles Overview

  • Genre(s):- Action, Adventure
  • Release Date:- NA: 15 June 2018, EU: 13 July 2018
  • Developer(s):- TT Fusion
  • Publisher(s):- Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Composer(s):- Rob Westwood, Ian Livingstone, Michael Giacchino
  • Platform(s):- Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
  • Mode(s):- Single-player, multiplayer


  • Great set-pieces
  • Make your own superhero
  • Voice Acting
  • Great Co-Op
  • Decent Visuals


  • Bland gameplay
  • Odd narrative choices
  • Technical issues

So what do you think? Interesting right? I hope you get to enjoy it, with or without watching The Incredibles 2 on the big screen.