The Incredibles: Rise Of The Underminer Reviewed
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Macworld's Game Room recently reviewed THQ's The Incredibles: Rise of the Underminer. Taking place directly after the ending of the movie, RotU follows Mr. Incredible and his ally Frozone as they search for a way to defeat the Underminer and his legion of robot minions before they unleash a plot to pollute the major cities of the world. Rise of the Underminer managed three out of five mice from Macworld.
Like the original Incredibles game, Rise of the Underminer is a third-person brawler. In single-player mode, youíll take turns being Frozone or Mr. Incredible as they make their way through the Underminerís subterranean tunnels to put and end to his evil plans. And thereís no end of robotic bad guys to thwart you along the way. Luckily, you have superpowers. Mr. Incredible can use his strength to lift doors or slam apart weak floors, for example, while Frozone can freeze robots in place, build ice bridges, and skate through the air on ice slides. As you fight your way through the game, youíll earn points, which you can then use to upgrade your charactersí powers. While thereís a lot of action and mayhem, itís all pretty tame. The game is rated for anyone over the age of 10.For the full review follow the link below.
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