“Dash, hurry up you’ll be late for school.”
The Incredibles game is a single-player movie tie-in that closely follows the original film story. But back in the day, playing with my siblings, there was only one mission that we cared about.
The year was 2006, I was six years old and instead of doing our homework, my family was constantly crowded around our TV, trying for the millionth time to best each other in the game’s ‘Late for School’ mission.
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