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Mixed or average reviews - based on 35 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 35
  2. Negative: 0 out of 35
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  1. Jun 20, 2018
    87
    The Lego formula bring us one great family game, true to the Disney Pixar characters, full of details, and even better in local coop multiplayer. The Incredibles is a perfect game to share with your kids or younger siblings.
  2. Aug 27, 2018
    80
    LEGO The Incredibles is satisfying, although I can’t say that it’s as good as some of the other games that came from the same developers. In any case, the price difference might be small enough to be subjective. If you love the Incredibles and Lego, then getting this game is a no-brainer.
  3. 80
    A great fit for the Lego game template released ahead of the new film. One of the better Lego games in recent memory that shows what can be done when the source material is right.
  4. Jun 24, 2018
    80
    Quotation forthcoming.
  5. Jun 18, 2018
    79
    Quotation forthcoming.
  6. Jun 25, 2018
    76
    Lego The Incredibles is a smooth entry in the long-running Lego video game series. It doesn't do much to break out of the mold but there's no denying how ultimately solid and satisfying it is.
  7. Jul 4, 2018
    75
    LEGO The Incredibles is a game you will definitely enjoy if you loved other LEGO games. It has some great humor and is a dream come true for all Pixar fans. Still, the game feels a bit uninspired with a lack of unique characters and the same bugs again.
  8. Jul 3, 2018
    75
    Lego: The Incredibles loyally follows the Lego formula, which contains simple levels, fun puzzles, and family-friendly gameplay.
  9. Jul 2, 2018
    75
    I can’t help but think TT Games rushed this one, as it had too many bugs to be truly incredible, but if they can patch those out it’s yet another fantastic LEGO game that you’re going to love.
  10. Jun 29, 2018
    75
    A traditional LEGO game with highly recognizable gameplay, humour and great atmosphere. Although both movies are incorporated in this game, you are forced to play the second part first while we can imagine that a group of players want to start with the first part. There isn't any choice on that matter, which is a bit strange. Some inputs aren't registered correctly and the camera is sometimes annoying but overall, these minor gripes don't detract from this fun title.
  11. Jun 28, 2018
    75
    With content from both movies, plus a tonne of extra stuff included in a fun open world, LEGO The Incredibles offers a great adventure for fans of both the Pixar franchise and LEGO games. For everyone else, it may show that the LEGO games are growing a bit tired.
  12. Jun 22, 2018
    75
    TT’s Lego games slowly become a second iteration of Tecmo Koeis musou action: There is very little progress within the decade old mechanics - if at all. You like it or don’t. This is one of the less inspired stud-hunts of late, though.
  13. Games Master UK
    Aug 9, 2018
    73
    There's an incredible amount of familiarity here, yet it's still one of the best Lego titles to date. [Issue#333, p.70]
  14. Playstation Official Magazine UK
    Jul 31, 2018
    70
    It's not the best game in the Lego series, but there's still plenty to enjoy here. A great gift for any fan of The Incredibles, even if some elements are below Parr. [Issue#152, p.78]
  15. Jul 13, 2018
    70
    It’s just as entertaining as any other LEGO game. But that’s the problem. It doesn’t stand out in any way.
  16. Jul 11, 2018
    70
    It has enough to keep you and your family busy for at least a few hours of goodness with just the Incredibles 2 gameplay, attach the first movie and we have a lot of side quests and missions to go through. Just be careful as you drive around the main world though as the controls are not the best in this game.
  17. Jul 11, 2018
    70
    LEGO The Incredibles is a bit same old, and the chaos that is on the screen in the co-op mode is just too much. Thankfully TT did bring some of that old-school teamwork back, which makes this a pleasant experience.
  18. Jul 10, 2018
    70
    LEGO The Incredibles 2 isn't the best platformer, or even the best LEGO game, but for younger gamers, big Pixar fans and those just wanting more from The Incredibles, it's a decent choice, by no means essential for anyone, but absolutely packed with a good few hours of fun with family members.
  19. 70
    It’s just incredibly okay, when it should just be incredible.
  20. Jul 1, 2018
    70
    Lego The Incredibles is following the same path as the other titles of the Lego series, with almost no changes in the gameplay and no news about narrative techniques, even though this title could please the taste of the youngest players and of those who are not seeking anything unique and original.
  21. Jun 27, 2018
    70
    LEGO The Incredibles is a fun addition to the LEGO games franchise but TT Games somehow lowered the bar and aimed especially at younger players with few open world puzzles, simple objectives and tons of uninspired QTEs.
  22. Jun 25, 2018
    70
    Better or worse, an amusing game of the twenty years long LEGO series.
  23. Jun 21, 2018
    70
    Lego The Incredibles is a great kids game, but it doesn’t really reach the heights of many of its predecessors. Not quite incredible, then, but still pretty good.
  24. 70
    LEGO The Incredibles gives you everything you want from a LEGO game without breaking the mold. However, it doesn't address any of the franchise's problems and ultimately feels like the same old thing.
  25. CD-Action
    Oct 25, 2018
    65
    As rather ugly and targeted mainly at children The Incredibles is definitely not the best game Lego series has to offer. [09/2018, p.59]
  26. Jul 8, 2018
    65
    This game is just more proof how LEGO-games really need to innovate. The Incredibles is not very challenging and the screen gets very chaotic often.
  27. Jul 3, 2018
    65
    Never surprising, LEGO The Incredibles is repetitive and the building mechanics are now dusty, to say the least. But there are 8 playable characters and they are all very different, making it a fun game especially in co-op.
  28. Jul 23, 2018
    60
    Lego The Incredibles sticks to the tried and trusted Lego formula, adding a sprinkle of new features here and there. However, the same bugs and glitches which have dogged the Lego series persist and the game feels somewhat lacking in comparison to previous titles.
  29. 60
    More competent than incredible, this middle-of-the-road tie-in replicates the films well enough but doesn’t mesh with the Lego formula as well as some other properties.
  30. Jul 3, 2018
    60
    LEGO The Incredibles does exactly what fans of Tt's games will expect at this point. It delivers a fun distraction that is great to play through in couch co-op, with plenty of extras to keep the game enjoyable for a long time to come. However, like Telltale, it has done little to expand or innovate here and the source material feels a little thin for this type of affair.
  31. Jul 2, 2018
    60
    Not one of the best chapter in the long-lasting Traveller's Tales' series. The Incredibles features an irresistible cast and some clever sections, but also a messy + too-easy gameplay.
  32. Jun 26, 2018
    60
    While almost every LEGO game has included some sort of new mechanic to differentiate itself in some way, LEGO The Incredibles just feels like it’s going through the motions. The formula is wearing mighty thin, and is the least inventive, most unexciting LEGO game in ages. Still, it's a decent kid's game, with plenty of family-friendly fun to be had.
  33. Jun 26, 2018
    60
    With the ups and downs of the many licensed LEGO titles having been well documented by now, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting with LEGO The Incredibles. Even knowing full well you’ll be contending with dodgy controls, and occasionally repetitive gameplay, you’ll somehow find yourself propelled through the story by an overwhelming compulsion to pick up literally millions of studs along the way. Even stretching The Incredibles source material close to breaking point doesn’t put too much of a dampener on your time with the Parr family, and while it doesn’t come close the best the LEGO games have offered over the years, there’s just enough here to make you reach for your super suit.
  34. Jun 24, 2018
    60
    The production shows a now-tired formula, devoid of creative verve and a challenge rate worthy of the name, which manages to save in corners only thanks to the mechanics of interaction between the environment and the 4 protagonists, well characterized in terms of play.
  35. games(TM)
    Aug 9, 2018
    50
    Lego's 13-year-old series needs serious building. [Issue#203, p.81]
User Score
5.2

Mixed or average reviews- based on 34 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 16 out of 34
  2. Negative: 15 out of 34
  1. Jun 21, 2018
    1
    Having completed all previous Lego games since the new start in Lego Star Wars, I have to say that Lego The Incrdibles is the worst of themHaving completed all previous Lego games since the new start in Lego Star Wars, I have to say that Lego The Incrdibles is the worst of them all (along with Lego Ninjago and Lego The Movie games). There is not much actual game play, not many puzzles. You have to pick up Incredible Bricks (which are scattered all over the place to simply pick up, no mini puzzle). These bricks allows you to do a Family Build which in most cases adds a small puzzle to access a Red Brick. Once the Red Brick has been collected, it can immediately be activated (no stud cost for buying it!). Studs are used to buy characters, but since you quickly find Score x2 and above, I was never unable to buy due to lack of studs.
    The gold bricks are also mostly free to simply pick up in the street. It is all a matter of getting a flying character and a diving character to complete +90% of this game. I was hoping this game would be easier to navigate though than Ninjago. It is! It feels more or less like watching the movie, only four times as expensive.
    Not recommended at full price.
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  2. Jun 20, 2018
    0
    This game is exactly the same as other Lego games. Legos are used in games as an excuse for developers to be lazy and not put hard work in lipThis game is exactly the same as other Lego games. Legos are used in games as an excuse for developers to be lazy and not put hard work in lip syncing, animations, physics, and detail. That would be fine if the game was cheap, but they actually charged $60 for this joke of a game. The graphics are bad, combat is boring, sidequests are boring. There is hardly any attention to detail and the mechanics are horrible. The story is awful and cringeworthy.

    There is no multiplayer. So once you finish the campaign, there is no reason to play this game again. $60 for a 6 hour campaign with no replay value is a cashgrab. I recommend you only buy this game if it is $5 or cheaper.
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  3. Aug 21, 2018
    2
    As a self-proclaimed "Lego game connoisseur", I can safely say Lego The Incredibles ranks close to the bottom of the barrel. The graphics areAs a self-proclaimed "Lego game connoisseur", I can safely say Lego The Incredibles ranks close to the bottom of the barrel. The graphics are poor, even by this franchise's standards, the level design is unbelievably bland and uninteresting, there are way too many cutscenes, and the gameplay is so brainless you can beat levels without even touching the controller. Only the youngest of kids will be able to find anything incredible about this one. Full Review »