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LEGO The Incredibles - another 60 mins of footage

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.

Game Informer Video - Can Lego's Game Or The Incredibles 2 Live Up To The First Movie?

In this excerpt from The Game Informer Show podcast, Ben Hanson, Andrew Reiner, and Kyle Hilliard talk about playing a bit of Lego The Incredibles before diving into a spoiler-free discussion of why we were disappointed by The Incredibles 2.

Lego DC Super Villains executive producer talks keeping things fresh while making fans happy (plus more footage)

There have been a ton of LEGO video games so far. The series has been extremely successful, and continues to be so. How do you keep all these LEGO games coming without things turning stale? LEGO DC Super Villains executive producer Phillip Ring shared some insight in an interview with GamesBeat.

GamesBeat: How do you make sure you’re appealing to new players and keeping things fresh for returning fans?

Phillip Ring: That’s something that’s actually really important to us. This being the DC supervillains, it’s the fourth game we’ve done in the DC universe. We wanted to make sure that even if you’d played all of the other DC titles we’ve done, and even all the other Lego games, you’ll come along and say, oh, this is cool, I wasn’t expecting that, this is new. We have new mechanics, new abilities, and even characters that are returning — someone like the Joker — have a whole host of new moves, new animation sets. In the demo he has the ability to control goons. Which is something that also fits really well with villains.

We wanted to have that as something that would feature throughout the game as you’re playing. Like I said, it matches villains. Heroes don’t call on other people. We get to be quite villainous with this. Goons are disposable, so you get to use them and then, well, I’m done with you, you can go now. Then there are other mechanics we have later on that are similar sorts of things. There are things the Joker does that make perfect sense for him. So we’ve added new mechanics that are specific to the characters. Then also the idea that you can create a custom character that has a different dynamic. We’ve never really had a game where you to get to unlock and progress a character through the story. You get more abilities and unlock new features.

GamesBeat: When it comes to these games, how much of it is about a formula, and then how much needs to be new to justify making another game?

Phillip Ring: For us, that’s really important. We don’t necessarily have a formula. We don’t just sit there and say, we’ll use 40 percent what’s tried and tested and then 60 percent new. It’s more of a feeling. It’s more; we’ve worked on these games, played these games, and lived in these worlds. If we feel we’re doing something and it’s like, this could have been in Batman 2 or Batman 3, it’s not right. We want to make sure that we feel like this feels different, this is cool, this is something that’s new.

And of course we don’t want to lose some of the things we have. It’s a Lego game. You want to be able to smash things up and use the bricks to build something new. Or have familiar mechanics. For example, in the first level, the silver Lego, we educated people that you can blow silver Lego up with explosives. We don’t want to throw that away and turn around and say, oh, no, now it’s purple or green. There are familiar things that help–

LEGO The Incredibles - Switch Vs. PC, plus gameplay footage

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.

Nintendo PR - The world is in peril and only one super family can save it

Experience the thrilling adventures of the Parr family in a LEGO video game world full of fun and humor as they conquer crime and family life through both Disney Pixar films The Incredibles and Incredibles 2.

LEGO Disney Pixar's 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.

Features:

Team up with family and friends in 2 player co-op to assemble incredible LEGO builds!
Work together and combine the Parr family’s iconic abilities and unique powers. With Mr. Incredible’s unparalleled super strength, Elastigirl’s flexible transformations and the rest of the gang’s awe-inspiring gifts, teamwork has never been so much fun.
To rid the city of crime, complete action-packed side missions and defeat iconic Super Villains that control the city districts in an open-hub world.
Modify your character’s appearance and abilities using a customizer themed to Edna “E” Mode, the diminutive, but bombastic fashion designer of super hero outfits

LEGO The Incredibles - gameplay footage

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!

Thanks to ContraNetwork for the heads up!

Lego DC Super Villains - three gameplay segments

It's good to be bad… Embark on an all-new DC/LEGO® adventure by becoming the best villain the universe has seen. Players will create and play as an all-new super-villain throughout the game, unleashing mischievous antics and wreaking havoc in an action-packed story.

LEGO The Incredibles now available


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO® Group, Disney and Pixar, announced the launch of LEGO® Disney•Pixar's The Incredibles, a new video game where players will experience the thrilling adventures of their favourite Incredibles characters in awe-inspiring action sequences from both Disney•Pixar films, The Incredibles and Incredibles 2, out on 13th July in the UK. Players will discover the Parr family’s range of extraordinary abilities that can be combined through teamwork to create unique superpowers, helping the iconic heroes tackle crime in a vibrant LEGO® world, bursting with fun and excitement. LEGO® Disney•Pixar's The Incredibles is will be available on 13th July in the UK for Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, and PC.

“LEGO® Disney•Pixar's The Incredibles brings together all the unforgettable characters, action and humour of the Incredibles films in an imaginative LEGO® world of non-stop adventure,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games Publishing. “Players will undertake an epic journey across action-packed levels from both movies as they guide the superpowered Parrs in their quest to fight crime, while surviving family life.”

“Players will enjoy the teamwork involved in solving the creative, co-operative challenges in LEGO® Disney•Pixar's The Incredibles ,” said Sean William McEvoy, VP, Digital Games & Apps, The LEGO® Group. “Friends and family can use team-up moves and a range of superpowers, from Elastigirl’s transformations to Dash’s lightning-fast speed, unleashing the heroes’ impressive abilities to overcome any tricky situation.”

“New threats, new villains and new family drama await players in LEGO® Disney•Pixar's The Incredibles,” said Lisa Anderson, VP, Games, Disney. “Fans will explore their favourite locations from the first film, as they battle Syndrome on Nomansian Island and discover new exotic destinations such as the mysterious New Urbem.”

Players are encouraged to work together by combining the Parr family’s abilities and unique powers to conquer crime and family life in a LEGO® world filled with fun and humour. Playing through the game requires teamwork, utilising each of the beloved team member’s unique powers, with super-strong Mr. Incredible relying on Elastigirl’s flexible transformations to cross perilous chasms and lightning-fast Dash seeking assistance from Violet’s powerful force-fields to dismantle dangerous security systems.

There is also an expansive hub world, packed with distinct ‘Crime Waves’ to confront. During these missions players must overcome tricky objectives and boss battles, featuring memorable characters from the series such as The Underminer and Bomb Voyage. Each district is under the control of a wicked villain and it’s up to the player to thwart their dastardly plans and rid the city of crime, unlocking collectibles and special Pixar-themed Easter eggs as they progress.

Gamers can assemble incredible LEGO® builds either on their own or team up with family and friends in two player co-op mode for twice the fun. Players will also be able to bring their own superpowered hero to life with a customiser themed to eccentric designer Edna "E" Mode, featuring a host of exciting options to modify their character's appearance and abilities.

IGN Video - LEGO DC Super Villains Gameplay Walkthrough

It's good to be bad… Embark on an all-new DC/LEGO® adventure by becoming the best villain the universe has seen. Players will create and play as an all-new super-villain throughout the game, unleashing mischievous antics and wreaking havoc in an action-packed story.