The Incredibles

3.6 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
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  • Tactical action and adventure based on the movie storyline
  • Play as any of the Incredibles, using their powers against bombs, bullets, robots, and lasers
  • Fighting, racing, and puzzle action combines with the game's humor, as you play across 18 levels

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The Incredibles tells the story of a family of undercover superheroes who are trying to live a quiet, suburban life, but are forced back into action in order to save the world. Play as the film's main characters in use your unique superpowers - super strength, super speed, elasticity, and invisibility. Features intense superhero action and adventure combined with the unique graphical style and humor of the the Disney Film.

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Platform:PlayStation2
ASIN B0002RQ3K2
Release date June 15, 2006
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3.6 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #10,918 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Another Disney game, another game tie-in. This one is based on the extremely recent Pixar film, The Incredibles. A lot of movie tie-in games range from surprisingly good(EA's Lord of the Rings) to bad(pretty much everyone else). This one falls somewhere in the middle.

Story: The 2 adult Incredible family members where crime fighters until people sued them for the damages when they were saving the city. Now, living boring jobs with 3 children, Mr. Incredible(Bob) wants to relive his old glory and accepts a mission only to end up needing rescuing by his family.

Graphics: They fit the movie's look perfectly. And the special powers are done well. Frozone(basically a Silver Surfer) looks strange and the scenes taken from the film look oddly dark.

Sound: As usual, there's in-game dialogue that gets repeated over and over. The music though fits the levels perfectly.

Gameplay: Playing as the 4 Incredible family members, each has a particular type of stage. Mr. Incredible is a basic beat-em-up platform with super strength. Mrs. Incredible with her elastic body usually does puzzle missions. And the 2 annoying stages of Dash and Violet. Because of Dash's speed, he does high speed obstacles courses. It'd be great if the camera would actually show you where to go because one hit against something and you have to start over at last checkpoint. Violet's are stealth missions but get annoying when you keep getting caught.

Overall, it's a pretty good rental although surprisingly there's a couple of really frustrating missions that the kiddies may want to have their older brother beat.
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I love this game. My daughter and I are big Ratchet and Clank fans and look for games with similiar play. We found that in the Incredibles game. It's exciting and challenging. As we get playing it , I wonder if it is too easy at times, but then I get to a spot that I can't accomplish until I do it 10 times. My favorite thing about the game is , after conquering the first level as Mr. Incredible, you then get to be Mrs. Incredible, Dash, Violet, etc. Great fun.
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First off, I cannot believe how mad this game has made me. I like all kinds of games, but honestly trying to figure out some of the levels in this game left me stumped. It's one thing to be stuck somewhere and have to retry a lot, but several times during this game I was stuck in an area and had no idea where to do/what to do, etc... even after I killed all the bad guys I didn't know how to get out of the room. This game is not intuitive (sp?) at all!

Secondly, this game should not be called the Incredibles, it should be called Mr. Incredible, because you play as him almost all the time. Playing as Elasta-Girl is great, I really enjoyed that part, but when there are a lot of baddies with guns, Mr. Incredible is a pain since he has no way to block anything, so you spend a lot of time getting pushed back until the bad guys reload.

I liked the first mission as Dash (when you play as Dash, which is only twice) you have to run fast; however the second mission I just lost my patience because I had to restart about a million times because I couldn't see what was ahead of me.

Playing a Violet was bad, they should have done a lot more with her instead of a boring stealth mission. The Incredi-ball mission Incredibi-sucked, it took me like an hour to hit something because it was in a difficult place.

I'm just finishing up the game now and quite frankly I haven;'t enjoyed a lot of it, which is a shame because I really loved the movie. Some of the levels are too hard because you can barely find the way to do something and Mr. Incredible needs to do more than punch people. Currently I'm on the Rocket Silo level and I keep falling down trying to get onto a platform. What a load of fun that is to do 100 times or more.
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I got many hours of entertainment playing this wonderful game. There is plenty of fast paced action, and adventures. There was a lot of fun trying to solve the various ways to get through each level.
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A Kid's Review on June 19, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
...Another great movie, another terrible game. Let me say first off that I was a fan of the movie. I loved the unique sense of humor and beautiful animation of the movie. I tried renting this game expecting the same high-flying, crazy action of the movie. No such luck, my friends. To be frank, this game sucks. Sure, the graphics capture the feeling of the movie rather well, but other than that i felt no connection at all. Heck, the cutscenes don't even integrate that well.

As you may guess, you play as all four of the Parrs, Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Dash, and Violet.

Mr. Incredible's missions consist of running mindlessly around extremely repititious evironments, punching guys in the face, punching robots, barreling into guys, and jumping through extremely poorly designed platforming sessions.

Elastigirl's missions are basically the same. Sure, she can grab guys and toss them, roll into a ball and barrel through them, and has a few flashy moves, but this is marred by terrible controls, scorching repitition and overall horrendous camera work.

Dash...ah yes, Dash. Let's see, what can I say here? Well, you run. That's basically it. You run on a time limit through a linear path, occasionally falling, jumping, and avoiding. You will restart about twenty times each, seeing as how these missions require you to memorize the exact technique the whole way. Other than that, you can run faster by boosting which usually gets you killed even more often.

And Violet...sigh...has stealth missions. Yup, just run through an environment of intensely stupid enemies by becoming invisible and occasionally creating force fields when you are caught. Solid Snake, she is not. Sam Fisher, she is not. Hell, Snake Pliskin she is not.
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