Summary: My children were very frustrated that the game came in French and there is no way to switch languages. When we found a French-speaker to help us, the game was full of bugs that kept turning the game off. Frustrating is not the word!
Summary: If you are a fan of the Lego series of movie-based games, you'll find this one to be pretty much what you expect - a good fun romp of Lego destruction. If you are more a fan of Indiana Jones, you'll like the first Lego Indy game better; this one is nothing remotely as true to the movies, and the new "hub world" organization scheme is just a pain. But it's still a good game. What makes this game a one-star is not the "game" aspect of it - that's perfectly fine.
Summary: The original was a level based game. This allowed a change of scenery and a playable changing level. This installment is a scene based game. It is like a stage that allows one to pan back and forth while solving simple interactive puzzles. It lacks the adventure and suspense of not only a video game but also the movies that it is based on. To purchase this title takes a player who is interested in an entirely new genre of game style and design.
Summary: Well first off it does NOT work well at all with my computer... Even when it lets me play it after about 4 or 5 minutes it will crash, I Don't know what Lucasarts was thinking, This game is So slow! (My computer is VERY new so that makes me even more disappointed with this game) I have the first lego indiana jones and trust me, if the price is lower on that one GET IT AND NOT THIS. This game is not that much better, its not even like the movie.
Summary: Der letzte dreck . Man spielt zwei Level durch, speichert (wird auch angezeigt das gespeichert ist und auch freigeschaltet) will am nächsten tag weiter spielen und es geht nicht weil das spiel nicht gespeichert ist. Wo soll da der spielspass sein wenn man jedesmal wieder von vorn beginnen muss.