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I am so thankful Family Friendly Gaming was given retail versions of Lego The Incredibles on the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. I miss the hand held versions of these games. I guess they did not sell so that is why they were discontinued. There might have been Lego fatigue too with so many different Lego video games on the market. I played the Xbox One version mainly. I did try Lego The Incredibles out on the Switch.

The big new cool thing in Lego The Incredibles is family builds. In them we swap between different family members to quickly work together to finish a build together. It feels right for Lego The Incredibles too. Both movies are represented in Lego The Incredibles quite well. I have not seen the second movie yet so there are spoilers I will not share with you. Lego The Incredibles starts with the second movie and the moves us into the first one. I was hoping it would have been done the other way around.

The issues families can have with Lego The Incredibles is violence, some long loading, some off color comments, and some humor that some might find offensive. I am so glad FFG was provided the retail versions since Lego The Incredibles is close to nineteen gigs in terms of size. We are going to work on a video series of Lego The Incredibles. We did an Unboxing here.

One to two family members can enjoy Lego The Incredibles at the same time. There are 113 characters to unlock and/or purchase in Lego The Incredibles. We purchase characters with studs. Make sure you collect them while you play Lego The Incredibles. The open worlds of the two major cities are pretty neat. There are crimes to stop in the open world as well as other things to do.

Lego The Incredibles looks nice, sounds nice, and players pretty good. I did run into a couple of crashes and glitches. Do not get on the super build pads during boss fights before you are supposed to. I had to completely replay that level because it locked up. Lego The Incredibles is much smoother in what we do. I got stuck less often in Lego The Incredibles than some older Lego video games.

If you like the Incredibles, and you like Legos then Lego The Incredibles is the perfect game for your family. I believe Lego The Incredibles would be a really good deal for thirty to forty dollars. There is enough to do in this game to keep families busy for weeks. Lego The Incredibles is a solid Lego video game that fans have asked for. I loved going around Municiberg and New Urbem. There are cool Disney characters to unlock in this game like Wall-E, Lightning McQueen, and more.
- Kid Gamer


Graphics: 73%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 79%
Family Friendly Factor: 78%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive
Developer: TT Games
Rating: 'E10+' – Everyone 10+
{Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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