Summary: When I played this game on PS2, I have to say, it's probably the first good game I've played since the first Zelda game for N64. I'll admit that certain levels are too hard while others are too easy, but I thought this was a good game.
Summary: First the good about this game. The graphics and sound effects were very good, true to the Indiana Jones movies more than previous games. You do get the "in the movie" feel while playing. The lack of a Save feature suprisingly is not as bad as previous people have mentioned.
Summary: Way back in 1999, a game was forged by the masters at Lucasarts called the Infernal Machine, which brought Indy into a totally new world rendered in glorious 3D. Although it did indeed have its moments and some very memorable (mine cart chase, Jeep riding in the Phillipines, pyramids at Meroe), it...
Summary: I simply don't understand all the negative reviews on this game. Yes, the controls are alittle clunky at first, but I think that it is very easy to get used to them. I loved Infernal Machine but this one is even better.
Summary: This game is one of the most frustrating games I've ever played. Bad-1) It does not allow save points and auto saves at the start of every level. Thereby if Indy dies, you have to re-start from the level. Bad-2) I always prefer using mouse left button to move forward and right button to move back.
Summary: Hmm! jump, swing, swim, fall, die a lot. This game has a lot of old school arcade gameplay that is just downright annoying at times. The game has no mid save points and many levels are down to trial & error and lots of annoying restarting.
Summary: This game is like a pretty good summer flick. It comes out, you see it once, everyone likes it but its not setting any records. I enjoyed this game from the begining to the end. It had a decent plot, so-so graghics, great sound, good gameplay.