Summary: This game is fun and has some challenging puzzles. There is a whole section that I would not play; the Creator levels. I suppose there are those that enjoy creating levels, but I am not one of them. Overall, the game exceeded my expectations and I comfortably recommend it.
Summary: If you have the first Lego Indy, this is a totally new game that still includes the first three movies. And they are not mini-levels - there is plenty to do here. In fact if you don't have the first game, this will totally suffice for people who are "Jonesing" for an Indy game. (GET IT?... Indiana "JONES".. aw man...I am hilarious) Anyway, my son and I played this game and beat it... well sort of.
Summary: I have had this game now for awhile.. I bought it for my 8 yr old son who loves Lego's!! He has had alot of fun with it, especially the build your own level mode.. We have a hard time finding PS3 games he can play, but this one was pretty easy..
Summary: Arrived promptly and in great condition. This is different from the first Indiana Jones. I was expecting the same game set-up as the first. Had to order the book to figure how to play this one.
Summary: Gamers' reactions to videogames are generally universal. Most people agree on the great classics, agree on the godawful messes that plagued our memories, and forget about those in-between titles that slip through the cracks. Then, there are games like "LEGO Indiana Jones 2", where the reviews are quite mixed. The general consensus seems to be, "If you love the LEGO games, you might like this game, but not love it.