Story - 81%
Graphics - 70%
Audio - 72%
Gameplay - 82%
Replayability - 85%
It’s Lego time again and this time around we are following an “Incredible” family, yes, The Incredibles now have their own Lego game. Superheroes are not unfamiliar to the Lego game franchise, so it is just fitting that this family also gets their own.
Now you might’ve noticed that the game is called Lego: The Incredibles and not “2”, this is because there was never a Lego video game that came out with the first movie so instead of making a video game just of the 2nd movie, they decided to make the video game of both movies.
The game will start the same way that the 2nd movie begins with some slight differences to accommodate the co-op play. After a while you will play through scenes form the first movie to tie in both movies into the game. As with all Lego games, you can unlock a whole lot of characters to play with and all with their own little unique features. You can also re-play stages to collect all the secrets and collectables that you might’ve missed the first time around and then you are able to play with all the characters you have unlocked.
I thoroughly enjoyed how they incorporated the super powers into the game and how characters can interact to perform new abilities and combos. The gameplay is great as with other Lego games with little things like the driving that can be a bit tricky.
This Superhero family connects to everyone and it makes this Lego game very relevant to the whole family and can be enjoyed by all. It is a must own to your library especially if you are a Lego game fan.
Reviewed on: PS4
Available on: PS4, PC, Xbox One, Switch
Age Rating: All
Publisher/Developer: Warner Bros / TT Fusion
Estimated RRP: R679
Release Date: 13 July 2018
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