LEGO Disney Pixar's The Incredibles - Nintendo Switch
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- Players must work together and combine the Parr family's iconic abilities and unique powers to build massive LEGO structures
- Players can complete action packed side missions and defeat iconic super villains that control the city districts in an open hub world that provides an exciting free play experience
- Players can modify their character's appearance and abilities using a customize themed to Edna E mode
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Experience the thrilling adventures of the Parr family as they conquer crime and family life through both Disney Pixar films the Incredibles and the Incredibles 2, in a LEGO world full of fun and humor. LEGO the Incredibles allows players to explore action packed story levels and an epic hub world, including Municiberg and New Urbem, as they use their unique “Super” abilities to bring the city's super villains to justice. Gamers can also team up with family and friends in 2 player Co op to assemble incredible LEGO builds. This title has been rated everyone 10 plus cartoon violence, crude humor.
LEGO Disney Pixar's The Incredibles
Experience the thrilling adventures of the Parr family as they conquer crime and family life through both Disney-Pixar films The Incredibles and Incredibles 2, in a LEGO world full of fun and humor. LEGO The Incredibles allows players to explore action-packed story levels and an epic hub world - including Municiberg, as they use their unique 'Super' abilities to bring the city's Super Villains to justice. Gamers can also team up with family and friends in 2 player co-op to assemble incredible LEGO builds!
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My son and I played through a level twice, only to have the game crash in the same exact spot... which means that now we'll have to play that level a THIRD time to advance, and just hope that it doesn't crash again. WB (the game publisher) replied to our support request with info about uninstalling the game and clearing the switch's cache. We'll try those eventually, but while the game is enjoyable and easy enough for a Dad and his 5 year old to play, the crashes made us stop enjoying the game and we ultimately stopped playing.
I love the lego games, as they are an awesome couch co-op that I can play with my girlfriend who is a true "casual gamer" and just wants to play fun adventures with me, and not feel intimidated about her lack of gaming skill/experience. Now, before anyone start thinking, "You must not really be a fan of the Lego series because they are always glitchy." I am, and I do know. HOWEVER, having played most of their titles and owning 5 or 6 other Lego titles for my PS4 I have never experienced as many problems as with Lego Incredibles. Literally every store mode mission we've done, has errored when we were approximately 75% or further through the mission, causing the game to close and return to the switch home screen. We then have to re-open and start from the most recent checkpoint after endless loading. Did you read that? EVERY SINGLE STORY MODE MISSION THIS HAS HAPPENED TO US. That's unacceptable. I've checked for software updates, I have the most recent version of everything, nothing stops the problem. I'm legitimately pissed off about this and looking for a way to contact Traveller's Tales or whoever I can about this.
Also, the story mode comprises of about 5 missions for each movie (Incredibles 1 and 2), which just seems short and lazy compared to other titles they've put out. Some people are annoyed by starting on movie 2, idc about that. But the rest of the game is just doing mini missions (crime waves) which are boring/repetitive.
To me, the saving grace of this game, is the Pixar Family builds where you build structures that reference other great Pixar movies and you unlock cool characters like Woody, Lightning McQueen, Dory, and etc. This is a fun addition and what makes the game playable in my opinion. Overall its a fun game when not dealing with the glitching issues, but I'm glad I got it on sale. I would not be comfortable paying more than $20 for this.