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Great gameplay with a solid story that continues to steadily introduce interesting new mechanics throughout the game. Bugs are somewhat prevalent which only slightly detracts from the overall experience.
I had never seen any of the Incredible movies, so I didn't have high expectations for this game. The story mode is a little confusing, because it seems to jump around from the 2nd movie to the 1st movie back to the 2nd movie. However, I'm sure if you've seen the movies this isn't an issue for you. The free play is a lot of fun, especially going around the city trying to collect everything. I love being able to go back in free play as different characters and getting everything needed to perfect the levels. My only complaint, besides the jump in scenes in story mode, is that overall the game seemed to be on the shorter side. Not nearly as short as the Lego Ninjago game, but nowhere near the Lego Avengers level of game play. Overall, this was a very fun game and was a good time killer until the Lego DC Villains game comes out.
LEGO Incredibles is the fifth Lego game that my husband and I have played together. Overall, I felt that Incredibles was not as engaging as LEGO Hobbit, but was still enjoyable. We completed the game to 100%, including 36/52 XBOX achievements in 22 hours.
I felt that most of the quests in this particular game were overly simple and that main map progression was repetitive. In short, you had to catch bad guys, put out fires, etc. Same tasks, different villains. The kiddos probably would like it, but it wasn't engaging for me. Some of the game play felt a little clunky, and you can expect the usual LEGO glitches of getting stuck between walls and the like. Probably the biggest issue I had with the game though was the story order. You start at the second movie (spoiler alert) and then go back. A chronological ordering would have made more sense and built up to the hype of the new movie, which was a brand new release when this game came out. The sandbox portion of the world was still fun and decently big, but not as big as Hobbit. The flying superheroes and cars in particular were fun to use.
Overall, this is a good game for the money. It's family-friendly, humorous, multiplayer, and appeals to players of all ages. I would give this game a 3.5/5, but rounded up to a 4 because I like the brand and half stars aren't a thing. If you are looking for a fun, casual game to play with a spouse, child, or friend, I strongly recommend the LEGO line of games.