Reviews and Problems with Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
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Linda J. Polley, Amazon
30 May 2013
Summary: At first when I played this game I didn't like it because it seemed complicated. However after playing a couple more times I really was able to get into it. Definitely a game of skill! I love how Indy looks so realistic and yes I admit it I like it when I get him to beat up the bad guys. Justice! LOL! Anyway it's awesome, with great animation and story line. I highly recommend it! Oh I also admit I had to look up online how to find the basement key.
Summary: I was in the mood for a new ds game but not spend a lot. Saw this for $5 at gamestop, and thought "how bad can this be?"...30 min later I was returning it. God was it bad. I mean if it was a free game...ok but the gameplay mechanics were bad. You had to press the shoulder buttons and then swipe the stylist to do an attack...most of the time that didnt work. I guess they couldnt get Harrison Ford's likeness sunce the photo cutscenes had Indy's face covered by darkness.
Summary: My four boys play this game for hours. I have even played it with them. It is neat how they get to construct different items and then destruct the bad guys. Also, it is not too hard to learn to play it. My five year old and my fourteen year old both play it.
Summary: I had very high hopes for getting this game, but it turned out to be simply terrible. For one, I can't get past the first level. The graphics are not so good, either. Probably the only fun thing in this game is cipher mode. If you are looking for a fun DS game, please take my advice and do not get this one.
Summary: I've been waiting for an Indiana Jones adventure game for the DS that isn't a Lego game, and now that it's arrived, I'm having a blast! I can't put it down. The environments are well-designed, the fighting system is lots of fun (eat whip, Bad Guys!) and the use of actual John Williams music from the movies makes me feel like I'm completely immersed in an Indiana Jones film.