Reviews and Problems with Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
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LEGO Indiana Jones - The Original Adventures Review
11 February 2014
Excerpt: When I was a kid growing up, LEGO as a toy was pretty basic. You had various differently coloured, mainly squarish-shaped blocks, a few curvy ones, and - if you were lucky - you might also have had a few rather androgynous mini-figures, the differences between male and female usually coming down to...
Conclusion: With so many tasks to complete in Story Mode and things to do while free roaming in Barnett College, the game has plenty of replay value. As you complete each portion of all three maps representing the three films, there are a number of bonuses you can unlock by going back into Free Play Mode.
Excerpt: Three years ago, when the original LEGO Star Wars was released, nobody imagined it would become a sensation among kids of all ages. How else can you explain why George Lucas didn't release the game though LucasArts, but instead let it come out via Eidos, which had the LEGO license?
Excerpt: It doesn't feature aliens or swinging monkeys but Lego Indiana Jones is probably the most ridiculous adventure to star the all-action archaeologist yet! Yet, unless you are one of those who is still distraught about Crystal Skull, this will make you smile.