Reviews and Problems with Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
Showing 1-10 of 47
J. Hanks, Amazon
9 January 2014
Summary: I would give it 5 stars, but it's not quite as good as the Lego Star Wars saga game. Decent replay value. Has the same feel and ethos of other Lego video games. My 6yo loves it (but not as much as LOTR or Star Wars).
Summary: Go into it with that and you won't be disappointed. lots of fun, skeleton story line (no pun intended.) and lots of secret stuff to find. it plays like all the other Lego games and is equally fun. don' put too much stock into a challenge or something new and it'll be worth every penny.
Summary: Bought this for 4 yr old son, he loves the Indiana Jones products and this video game received excellent reviews. My 8 yr old daughter enjoys it even more and wanted it for herself. I would recommend highly...
Summary: I like the Legos games because they are not too difficult and you don't have to redo things you've done already when you die. You just come back at the same spot, minus some money. I had already played Legos Star Wars, so it is getting a bit tiresome to have to break every single bush, tree and piece of furniture in the room, but you have to for a) the money and b) sometimes a bigger prize is revealed if you break everything first. This game is short.
Summary: I dont know how I got this game, I originally ordered the version for the PSP, but Amazon sent me the DS instead. As it turns out, this game is fun on the DS as well. I just finished the story mode and am now working through the free mode to get all the extras, Graphics wise this game is a pleasant surprise and has convinced me to get the compleate Lego Star Wars as well.
Summary: Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures comes to the DS in style thankfully, leaving all the problems of the last Lego-based DS game (Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy) behind, even though it uses that game's graphics engine. If you are at all familiar with the Lego Star Wars games though, you'll feel right at home with Lego Indiana Jones, as the game provides the same kind of charming, goofy humor that the other games did.