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GameCubeGame Over Online (Nov 23, 2004)
That's about the extent of it. Older gamers could probably blow through The Incredibles in one night, but a kid'll have hours of fun playing as the characters from the movie, and that's the audience this is meant for. If you liked the movie, you'll probably like the game, as it's a near-perfect blend of classic gameplay with the production values and design of the film.
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XboxGame Over Online (Nov 23, 2004)
This has been a memorable year in many ways, the most relevant of which is that this is the year that movie tie-in games decided to cease to suck. There were a few that still did, of course; witness Catwoman. Chronicles of Riddick, on the other hand, did a lot all by itself to change the blatant expectation of the sucking. By not merely not sucking, but actually being pretty cool, it actually reversed the suck effect caused by several other games, such as Elf on the GBA.
80
PlayStation 2Game Over Online (Nov 23, 2004)
This has been a memorable year in many ways, the most relevant of which is that this is the year that movie tie-in games decided to cease to suck. There were a few that still did, of course; witness Catwoman. Chronicles of Riddick, on the other hand, did a lot all by itself to change the blatant expectation of the sucking. By not merely not sucking, but actually being pretty cool, it actually reversed the suck effect caused by several other games, such as Elf on the GBA.
75
PlayStation 2Game Chronicles (Dec 04, 2004)
Publisher THQ and developer Heavy Iron Studios continue their successful run of movie-based offerings and a love affair with Pixar studios. Is that a bad thing? Well, one man’s monopoly is another man’s...something. Just read.
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Xbox4Players.de (Dec 09, 2004)
Die Unglaublichen ist eine saubere Lizenzumsetzung – aber leider nicht mehr! Während Grafik und Akustik dem Film alle Ehre machen, bleibt das Gameplay herkömmlich und belanglos. Und trotzdem kann man den reaktivierten Superhelden einen gewissen Spielspaß nicht absprechen. Dieser würde sogar noch in höhere Bereiche abdriften, wenn die Kamera und vor allem die Steuerung optimiert worden wären. Doch angesichts zahlreicher Lizenzgurken, die im Lauf der letzten Monate veröffentlicht wurden, ist Die Unglaublichen als durchaus gelungen zu bezeichnen und dürfte allen Fans des Filmes kurzweilige Unterhaltung bieten. Wer allerdings einen anspruchsvolleren Plattformer zum Zeitvertreib möchte, sollte sich evtl. lieber Rayman 3 oder Jak 3 anschauen.
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GameCube4Players.de (Dec 09, 2004)
Die Unglaublichen ist eine saubere Lizenzumsetzung – aber leider nicht mehr! Während Grafik und Akustik dem Film alle Ehre machen, bleibt das Gameplay herkömmlich und belanglos. Und trotzdem kann man den reaktivierten Superhelden einen gewissen Spielspaß nicht absprechen. Dieser würde sogar noch in höhere Bereiche abdriften, wenn die Kamera und vor allem die Steuerung optimiert worden wären. Doch angesichts zahlreicher Lizenzgurken, die im Lauf der letzten Monate veröffentlicht wurden, ist Die Unglaublichen als durchaus gelungen zu bezeichnen und dürfte allen Fans des Filmes kurzweilige Unterhaltung bieten. Wer allerdings einen anspruchsvolleren Plattformer zum Zeitvertreib möchte, sollte sich evtl. lieber Rayman 3 oder Jak 3 anschauen.
71
PlayStation 24Players.de (Dec 09, 2004)
Die Unglaublichen ist eine saubere Lizenzumsetzung – aber leider nicht mehr! Während Grafik und Akustik dem Film alle Ehre machen, bleibt das Gameplay herkömmlich und belanglos. Und trotzdem kann man den reaktivierten Superhelden einen gewissen Spielspaß nicht absprechen. Dieser würde sogar noch in höhere Bereiche abdriften, wenn die Kamera und vor allem die Steuerung optimiert worden wären. Doch angesichts zahlreicher Lizenzgurken, die im Lauf der letzten Monate veröffentlicht wurden, ist Die Unglaublichen als durchaus gelungen zu bezeichnen und dürfte allen Fans des Filmes kurzweilige Unterhaltung bieten. Wer allerdings einen anspruchsvolleren Plattformer zum Zeitvertreib möchte, sollte sich evtl. lieber Rayman 3 oder Jak 3 anschauen.
71
Windows4Players.de (Dec 09, 2004)
Die Unglaublichen ist eine saubere Lizenzumsetzung – aber leider nicht mehr! Während Grafik und Akustik dem Film alle Ehre machen, bleibt das Gameplay herkömmlich und belanglos. Und trotzdem kann man den reaktivierten Superhelden einen gewissen Spielspaß nicht absprechen. Dieser würde sogar noch in höhere Bereiche abdriften, wenn die Kamera und vor allem die Steuerung optimiert worden wären. Doch angesichts zahlreicher Lizenzgurken, die im Lauf der letzten Monate veröffentlicht wurden, ist Die Unglaublichen als durchaus gelungen zu bezeichnen und dürfte allen Fans des Filmes kurzweilige Unterhaltung bieten. Wer allerdings einen anspruchsvolleren Plattformer zum Zeitvertreib möchte, sollte sich evtl. lieber Rayman 3 oder Jak 3 anschauen.
70
Rated “Teen” for cartoon violence, this video game looks spectacular, but its gameplay is pretty routine and somewhat repetitive—beat up bad-guys, avoid projectiles, race, and sneak through areas. The controls for the PC version are hard to use, making the console versions the better option.
70
MacintoshMacworld (Feb 17, 2005)
THQ deserves kudos for making the effort to release The Incredibles on the Mac and on the PC simultaneously. Limited save and graphics features mar the experience a bit, but the game offers plenty of fun for fans of the movie.
70
WindowsGameplay (Benelux) (Jan 31, 2005)
De film is schitterend, het spel wat minder. Misschien zullen de kleintjes er nog het langst van genieten.
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WindowsGameZone (Dec 19, 2004)
Here was a great chance for a great movie to come into our homes give us the chance to make our own fun from it. Instead, we're delivered a stale adventure game with a fancy name on it. When it could have shined, it was dull. When the chance to kick in and throw some punches comes along, your thrusts are mired with the sluggish controls. At times, it felt as if the game was doing its own thing and you were just a spectator. I wanted to feel like Mr. Incredible, but was left feeling more like Captain Yawn.
70
GameCubePGNx Media (Nov 05, 2004)
Definitely aimed at the younger audiences, The Incredibles is an adequate but unremarkable action game on its own. The license certainly does help thanks to Pixar’s unique charm and the game includes a variety of movie footage and trailers to please fans of the film. As a licensed, children-oriented game The Incredibles succeeds but on its own, it is ordinary.
70
GameCubeNext Level Gaming (Dec 12, 2004)
I liked Finding Nemo, and I love the Spongebob Squarepants games from THQ. The Incredibles is a pretty good platform game, but it really offers nothing new to the market. There are so many platform games out now it isn’t even funny. So I have to say that this game ends up being good, but not great. I have not seen the film, and maybe if I did I would have enjoyed it a bit more. But until then (when it hits DVD) it really did nothing for me. It is fun to play, but there are so many more great titles out there this holiday to purchase. The kids will love this game though. So maybe you better rent this title before you decide to buy it. It is a good platform title for the Xbox, PS2 and GameCube but there are much better fish in the sea.
70
GameCubeGameZone (Nov 15, 2004)
The Incredibles is another incredible film from Pixar, from all accounts. I've not seen it yet, so am just going on hearsay. The Incredibles, from THQ, is a faithful rendition of the movie, and presents the characters in all their film glory.
70
GameCubeGameSpy (Nov 08, 2004)
Even with these flaws, The Incredibles is still an entertaining diversion. It's certainly a lot better than most movie-based video games have proven to be. And while the game never quite reaches "Incredible" levels, it's still a good enough game to warrant checking out if you enjoyed the movie. Just don't expect to have to spend much time with it.
70
XboxNext Level Gaming (Dec 12, 2004)
The Incredibles is THQ’s latest game based on a Pixar movie. THQ has brought us such great as The Spongebob Squarepants Movie, which is actually a very good little platform game based on the movie. Last year they did Finding Nemo, and the game was a success. THQ has been slapping out platforms left and right. The Incredibles is still raking in some big cash (200 million + to date) at the Box Office even as I write this review. Kids and their parents are still flocking to movie theatres to see it. Now my six year old daughter loves these kinds of films.
70
XboxGameSpy (Nov 08, 2004)
Even with these flaws, The Incredibles is still an entertaining diversion. It's certainly a lot better than most movie-based video games have proven to be. And while the game never quite reaches "Incredible" levels, it's still a good enough game to warrant checking out if you enjoyed the movie. Just don't expect to have to spend much time with it.
70
PlayStation 2Next Level Gaming (Dec 12, 2004)
The Incredibles is THQ’s latest game based on a Pixar movie. THQ has brought us such great as The Spongebob Squarepants Movie, which is actually a very good little platform game based on the movie. Last year they did Finding Nemo, and the game was a success. THQ has been slapping out platforms left and right. The Incredibles is still raking in some big cash (200 million + to date) at the Box Office even as I write this review. Kids and their parents are still flocking to movie theatres to see it. Now my six year old daughter loves these kinds of films. She loved Finding Nemo and she loves Spongebob Squarepants to death (just like her Daddy).
70
PlayStation 2GameZone (Nov 10, 2004)
If you're reading this review, chances are you were one of the millions of moviegoers who went to see The Incredibles last weekend. If you weren't one of the 10+ million moviegoers, you haven't seen the year's best animated film. Year's best – screw that. It's the best animated film I've seen this decade.
70
PlayStation 2GameSpy (Nov 08, 2004)
Even with these flaws, The Incredibles is still an entertaining diversion. It's certainly a lot better than most movie-based video games have proven to be. And while the game never quite reaches "Incredible" levels, it's still a good enough game to warrant checking out if you enjoyed the movie. Just don't expect to have to spend much time with it.
68
GameCubeN-Zone (Jan 17, 2005)
Momentan hagelt es Filmversoftungen. Während man vor 15 Jahren noch davon ausgehen konnte, dass ein solches Spiel garantiert eine Gurke werden würde, ist das heute zum Glück anders. Die Unglaublichen passt perfekt zum abgedrehten Film: Die Programmierer haben die Charaktere und Superkräfte super eingefangen, besonders die Zwischensequenzen sind klasse. Auf Dauer bietet das Spiel aber etwas zu wenig Abwechslung, um komplett überzeugen zu können. Trotzdem hatte ich mit der witzigen Superhelden-Familie und ihren unglaublichen Kräften ein paar vergnügliche Stunden.
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WindowsGameSpot (Belgium/Netherlands) (Nov 25, 2004)
Wat we The Incredibles echt verwijten is dat je gewoonweg niet genoeg gameplezier voor je geld krijgt. Het hele spel kan je makkelijk in zeven uurtjes doorworstelen en de paar extra?s die je erbij krijgt verlengen het leven van dit spel slechts heel even.
66
XboxXBox Front (Jan 09, 2005)
Wenn in den USA ein neuer Film in die Kinos kommt, gehört es mittlerweile fast schon zum guten Ton, eine gigantische Merchendising-Lawine ins Rollen zu bringen. Dazu gehört in den meisten Fällen auch eine Umsetzung für PC und Konsolen. Auch bei dem neusten Meisterwerk der Animationsschmiede Pixar - „The Incredibles: Die Unglaublichen“ - gibt es wiederum ein Machwerk für alle Konsoleros.
65
GameCubeIGN (Nov 04, 2004)
The Incredibles, the latest Pixar flick to make the jump from theater screen to TV screen, has the makings of a solid action game. It features a nuclear family brimming with fantastic super powers, all sorts of maniacal contraptions and Pixar's unique brand of stylistic humor.
65
XboxIGN (Nov 04, 2004)
The Incredibles, the latest Pixar flick to make the jump from theater screen to TV screen, has the makings of a solid action game. It features a nuclear family brimming with fantastic super powers, all sorts of maniacal contraptions and Pixar's unique brand of stylistic humor.
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PlayStation 2IGN (Nov 04, 2004)
The Incredibles, the latest Pixar flick to make the jump from theater screen to TV screen, has the makings of a solid action game. It features a nuclear family brimming with fantastic super powers, all sorts of maniacal contraptions and Pixar's unique brand of stylistic humor.
64
GameCube64 Power / big.N / N Games (Dec, 2004)
Unterm Strich wieder mal ein typisches Pixar-Lizenzspiel. Ein müder Aufguss des Filmvaters, der an jeder Ecke „Durchschnitt“ brüllt.
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PlayStation 2Softpedia (Feb 22, 2006)
The game does not bring anything new to the stale arcade genre, and the little fun it provides is very soon obscured by the repetitive gameplay, nasty control and camera glitches. Kids who went nuts for the film (seemingly the game's target audience) will most likely love it despite these shortcomings, but even they might toss it away once boredom sets in... for it definitely will.
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WindowsGameStar (Germany) (Dec, 2004)
Im Jump&Run zum Film Die Unglaublichen schlüpfen Sie abwechselnd in die Rollen von Mr. Incredible und seinen Angehörigen. Jede Figur besitzt eigene Fähigkeiten: Mrs. Incredible etwa erwischt dank ihrer dehnbaren Arme selbst weit entfernte Gegner. Die Levels sind zwar abwechslungsreich, aber oft extrem schwer.
62
PlayStation 2Gaming Target (Jan 11, 2005)
The Incredibles is THQ’s latest game based on a Pixar movie. THQ has brought us such great as The Spongebob Squarepants Movie, which is actually a very good little platform game based on the movie. Last year they did Finding Nemo, and the game was a success. THQ has been slapping out platforms left and right. The Incredibles is still raking in some big cash (200 million + to date) at the Box Office even as I write this review. Kids and their parents are still flocking to movie theatres to see it. Now my six year old daughter loves these kinds of films. She loved Finding Nemo and she loves Spongebob Squarepants to death (just like her Daddy).
61
XboxGameSpot (Nov 03, 2004)
For all the critical acclaim Pixar's many computer-animated films have received over the years, there has yet to be a great game based on any of them. Rather, nearly every game to bear the license of a Pixar film has been a fairly run-of-the-mill and problematic affair, capturing little if any of the charm and whimsy that makes the studio's characters and stories so captivating. The Incredibles is the studio's latest film effort, and even though the film itself has not yet reached theaters, the game version of the movie has. Unfortunately, the game doesn't buck the trend of mediocrity, offering a fairly unremarkable experience that puts you through the motions of the film's plot without capturing any of its essence.
61
PlayStation 2GameSpot (Nov 03, 2004)
For all the critical acclaim Pixar's many computer-animated films have received over the years, there has yet to be a great game based on any of them. Rather, nearly every game to bear the license of a Pixar film has been a fairly run-of-the-mill and problematic affair, capturing little if any of the charm and whimsy that makes the studio's characters and stories so captivating. The Incredibles is the studio's latest film effort, and even though the film itself has not yet reached theaters, the game version of the movie has. Unfortunately, the game doesn't buck the trend of mediocrity, offering a fairly unremarkable experience that puts you through the motions of the film's plot without capturing any of its essence.
60
XboxX-Power (Nov 17, 2004)
Ouders kunnen dit zonder twijfelen in de zak van de Sint steken of onder de kerstboom deponeren om hun kroost mee te verblijden. De game is op het lijf geschreven voor deze leeftijdsklasse en voldoet op alle vlakken zeker aan hun eisen. Het is trouwens een doelgroep die de game-industrie beter te vriend houdt, het zijn immers de gamers van morgen. Alle anderen, de Disneyfanaten uitgezonderd, hebben geen boodschap aan deze titel.
60
PlayStation 2GotNext (Dec 13, 2004)
All told, The Incredibles is a decent action affair, one which will likely be enjoyable for younger gamers. As for the rest of us, I feel there’s a multitude of definitive action titles offering a greater entertaining value and longevity worth diving into.
60
WindowsTotalVideoGames (TVG) (Nov 30, 2004)
Incredibles is a platform, fighting, running, chasing, seeking out game. It's certainly not original, although the cast are larger than life and full of vitality and clever tricks but it is not enough. The downside is that the cameras work is pretty dire and the actual layout and design of the levels are like they have been done by numbers - all pretty obvious and there is nothing really cunning or surprising in store...
60
PlayStation 2Video Game Talk (Dec 19, 2004)
If this game didn't have monotonous clunky gameplay, repetitive sound bytes, cookie cutter enemies and frustrating pacing then it would actually be great. Unfortunately that's not the case and all that is negative about this game is transparent after the first couple of stages. Fans of the movie will want to give this one a rent but if you haven't seen the film yet you will have more enjoyment with the theatrical presentation of the story than what is served up here.
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MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG) (Jan 27, 2005)
Overall The Incredibles game isn’t all that incredible. It is a fast paced game, with excellent animated graphics and terrific cut scenes, but stumbles in the game play and finished quality department. Game violence is toned down, there isn’t any blood and gore in this game, which makes it a good choice for younger teens. If you think playing the part of an Incredible super hero would be fun (or know of someone who would), definitely consider The Incredibles.
55
PlayStation 2Jeuxvideo.com (Nov 12, 2004)
Petit jeu d'action sans grande envergure, Les Indestructibles parvient tout de même à nous distraire quelques instants. Cependant, on regrette vraiment que le film d'animation n'ait pas bénéficié d'une meilleure adaptation vidéoludique. En effet, le jeu n'est qu'un enchaînement de niveaux sans véritable lien entre eux. Le scénario est quasi-inexistant. Et le gameplay n'est pas assez riche et intéressant pour relever la sauce, si bien qu'on s'ennuie ferme. Non, décidément, on est encore en présence d'une licence cinématographique mal exploitée.
55
XboxJeuxvideo.com (Nov 12, 2004)
Petit jeu d'action sans grande envergure, Les Indestructibles parvient tout de même à nous distraire quelques instants. Cependant, on regrette vraiment que le film d'animation n'ait pas bénéficié d'une meilleure adaptation vidéoludique. En effet, le jeu n'est qu'un enchaînement de niveaux sans véritable lien entre eux. Le scénario est quasi-inexistant. Et le gameplay n'est pas assez riche et intéressant pour relever la sauce, si bien qu'on s'ennuie ferme. Non, décidément, on est encore en présence d'une licence cinématographique mal exploitée.
55
GameCubeJeuxvideo.com (Nov 12, 2004)
Petit jeu d'action sans grande envergure, Les Indestructibles parvient tout de même à nous distraire quelques instants. Cependant, on regrette vraiment que le film d'animation n'ait pas bénéficié d'une meilleure adaptation vidéoludique. En effet, le jeu n'est qu'un enchaînement de niveaux sans véritable lien entre eux. Le scénario est quasi-inexistant. Et le gameplay n'est pas assez riche et intéressant pour relever la sauce, si bien qu'on s'ennuie ferme. Non, décidément, on est encore en présence d'une licence cinématographique mal exploitée.
50
XboxHonestGamers (May 30, 2011)
Disney and Pixar have a cash cow phenomenon on their hands that is well deserved. This is what makes the game’s mediocrity all the more infuriating. Aside from the authentic look of the title, and perhaps also the jazzy and bombastic tunes, The Incredibles disappoints on every other level. It doesn’t disgust us, but it doesn’t impress us in the least either. The voices try to inject some of the movie’s flavour into the proceedings, but then the characters say the same things over and over and over, turning something of charm to something of annoyance. In the end, the main draw here will be that fans are able to play something that looks just as cool as their beloved film, and enjoy some interesting fisticuffs with Mrs. Incredible and some exhilarating high speed juking and jiving with Dash. C'est tout. For those not at all interested in The Incredibles franchise, there’s much better action fare out there.
50
WindowsJeuxvideo.com (Nov 12, 2004)
Autre gêne, l'animation étonnamment saccadée avec un frame-rate assez bas et qui se permet encore des chutes lorsque trop d'ennemis se pointent à l'écran. C'est difficile à comprendre, surtout quand on voit la qualité graphique passablement moyenne et grossière. On nous sert un portage paresseux du jeu dans sa version console, et ça se voit. Au final, des Indestructibles, on retiendra surtout le film d'animation qui devrait être bien plus poilant que ce jeu d'action/plates-formes triste comme un jour sans beaux nuages blancs.
50
GameCubeGame Revolution (Nov, 2004)
The safe road may have no risks, but also no excitement. As a standard third-person action-platformer, there’s nothing substantially wrong with THQ’s take on The Incredibles, but neither is there anything original. Want something truly incredible? Go with the talented folks who actually made the movie and buy the DVD instead.
50
XboxGame Revolution (Nov, 2004)
Everyone wants a sure thing, to get all of the reward without taking any of the risk. In the gaming world that means one of two things: a sequel or a movie license. Just look at a short list of this year’s crop of top games: Halo 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, The Sims 2, GTA: San Andreas, Doom 3, Metroid Prime 2. It’s not that these aren’t high-quality games; it’s just that original, creative, innovative titles are scarce. Few publishers are willing to risk millions in development costs just to make Katamari Damacy.
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PlayStation 2Game Revolution (Nov, 2004)
Everyone wants a sure thing, to get all of the reward without taking any of the risk. In the gaming world that means one of two things: a sequel or a movie license. Just look at a short list of this year’s crop of top games: Halo 2, Metal Gear Solid 3, The Sims 2, GTA: San Andreas, Doom 3, Metroid Prime 2. It’s not that these aren’t high-quality games; it’s just that original, creative, innovative titles are scarce. Few publishers are willing to risk millions in development costs just to make Katamari Damacy.
40
WindowsG4 TV: X-Play (Mar 15, 2005)
The greatest crime depicted in the game isn't Syndrome's machinations, but the speed with which the lame design renders dull action out of such cool characters. Because the visuals are so faithful to the film, young players might get a brief thrill out of the simple punching and stretching. But after fighting through yet another wave of carbon-copied bad guys, even they will have to admit that The Incredibles is anything but.
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PlayStation 2Eurogamer.net (UK) (Dec 21, 2004)
The chances are you've seen The Incredibles. Even if you haven't, the cloying hype surrounding the Pixar animation has been unavoidable this Christmas, so there's no point in telling you of a plot involving a superhero family and the regaining of its powers. You know this already. It's everywhere. Incredible.
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WindowsJeuxVideoPC.com (Jan 10, 2007)
Les jeux vidéo inspirés de dessins animés sont légion aujourd'hui. Mais loin de satisfaire les joueurs, ces titres servent plus l'auto-promotion que la création artistique. « Les Indestructibles » n'échappe pas à la règle, offrant un titre mal réalisé, qui n'arrivera même pas à attirer l'attention des enfants plus de quelques minutes.