A mix of voice work from the movies, some original dialogue recorded for the game, and the soundtrack. Plasticky LEGO sound effects are always a pleasure.
Played a LEGO game? This one looks like the others, with lovely shiny bricks and minifigures, but in the shape of The Incredibles. Screen tearing and occasional camera issues mar things a bit.
Conventional pick up and play LEGO fare: jumping, smashing, flying, super powers... It's all good, wholesome fun. You know what you're getting, although this is one of the better LEGO games in a while.
Twelve levels and a fun post-game bonus level, loads of secrets to unlock, and a sizeable hub area, there's plenty to do in LEGO The Incredibles. It's nice and polished too, but more of the same.
Fairly conventional, for the most part, but this is a list that's still an enjoyable one to tackle. Even if it is incredibly easy.