Lego The Incredibles Review

Developer: TT Games

Platforms: Xbox One (Reviewed), PC, PS4, Switch

Genre: Action, Adventure

Published by: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment


Lego The Incredibles is a Lego-themed action adventure game. This game is based on both the Incredible films. Lego The Incredibles is similar to many other Lego games, including Lego Marvel Super Heroes and Lego Batman: The Videogame.

This game can be played single player and both multiplayer. You play as all the different super heroes that are shown up throughout both movies and the game. You can also switch between any super hero you unlock that can help you out in different scenarios.


The game starts off with you playing as the whole Incredibles family that later moves into the adventures of Elastigirl trying to stop the Screenslaver. As you complete certain missions you also can do mini-missions that help you with earn coins. These coins can be used to buy different packets to unlock characters and more. Also, some missions include you finding a specific number of incredible bricks that help you move onto the next mission.

The controls for this game can be hard to remember for each character, thought the same buttons would most likely do the same thing for the other superhero. Mostly in some areas you are shown which button to press which helps the player know where to go and what to do in order to progress onwards. The controls to this game include shooting, hitting, moving around, doing super attacks and a few other.


The art style of this game is very straightforward because it all looks like Lego blocks. Even though everything in this game is just made out of Lego, it still looks really good. From the walls to the actual Lego blocks themselves are really well designed, making it look real. The design of this game makes it seem like you are actually playing with real Lego blocks, you also have the ability to break and build blocks. The graphics of this game are very clean which adds a nice touch to the art style of this game making the Lego look all shiny and out there.

The music also compliments the game for when there are action-packed scenarios that make the player want to play more and really helps set the mood. Also, there is a subtle balance between where the music should be present and where it shouldn’t be present. The music balance is good because it’s not overpowering, or distracting.


The game feels like a movie when you are playing it. It makes the player feel like they are in The Incredibles movie. The cutscenes give the game a movie vibe which is a lot of fun to watch. Everything in this game is well organized which helps it all work well together. The game includes many action-packed sequences and the players can explore an epic world hub. Every super hero has their own unique powers that make them help defeat different villains easily.

Can you become a superhero and help out the Incredibles fight crime? Can you make super heroes legal again? Switch between different super heroes including the Incredibles themselves and finish the villains that lurk through Municiberg and New Urbem City.

Overall: 7/10


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