A family of undercover superheroes, attempting to live quietly, are forced to save the world.

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A family of undercover superheroes, attempting to live quietly, are forced to save the world.

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28 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Mr Incredible's black car is parked in front of the garage even though he drove it to the "airport" for his second assignment and was brought back by a State's limo. See more »

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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #32.11 (2004) See more »

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Not so incredible..
27 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

But still a fun game! When I first got the game for about $5.99 I wasn't expecting almost anything of it so when I got home I popped the game in my xbox and gave it a go I did acturally play the game once when I was a lot younger for a short time and I couldn't remember much of it but I did remember it was kind of fun.. Sort of Anyway, I started up the game and I thought i was just gonna give it a go and only pass level 1 then take out the disc but the game back on the shelf and go play black ops online and think to myself I'll get back to the game sometime, and I likely never will So the first mission was like the movie when Mr incredible gets into his suit and goes on a pursuit then for bad guys then when I started playing you go around rooftops punching out bad guys I was surprised it was pretty fun the plot/storyline wasn't really great or anything but it was just fun jumping through windows and buildings beating the crap out of all bad guys then grabbing objects and throwing them at bad guys and getting passed lasers/ locked doors and stuff I did kind of feel like the spider-man movie game with the "run around beating them up" storyline but was still fun then you go around as Mr incredibles wife and use her alastic powers to beat more bad guys and throw them around. And that's most of the game. So if you enjoyed the movie you may as well get the game because there is also more different stuff in the game then in the movie as most video games based off movies do but I mainly played for enjoyably fun beating all the bad guys.


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