LEGO The Incredibles - Xbox One

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Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Media: Blu-Ray Arcade origin:No
Developer: Traveller's Tales Soft. Co.: Warner Brothers
Publishers: Warner Brothers (GB/GB)
Released: 13 Jul 2018 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 7+
Connectivity: Local Multiplayer
Features: Local co-op, Shared/split screen


After far too long a wait (14 years! Hollywood sequels never take that long these days!) The Incredibles 2 is out in the world and a pretty obvious candidate for the LEGO treatment.

True to form, the action takes the form of a spot of platforming, a dash of puzzle-solving and a big old dollop of action, all delivered in the LEGO series' irreverent blocky style.

As ever, a lot of the best moments come from teaming up with a pal for offline co-op, and developer Traveller's Tales has leaned into it a little more heavily than usual. The Incredibles' powers combine to create cool new abilities, such as Elastigirl turning herself into a human trampoline for someone else to use or Violet throwing a force field around Dash to protect him.

Part of what has made recent LEGO games such as the Marvel and DC Comics titles a success has been the deep bench of characters that pop up. The Incredibles doesn't have the same roster as either of those universes, but that's good news for Pixar fans - it means that other favourite Pixar characters show up instead!

LEGO The Incredibles has been a long time coming, but it's the celebration of Pixar that fans have been waiting for.

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