Summary: My 9 year old son has played most of the other Lego games, and enjoys them. He has played most of them on the Wii, and the others have been enjoyed for months on end. This was the first time he's tried a game on the PS3, so I was surprised when he completed all the levels in one afternoon. The previous Lego Indie game took several months to complete, so maybe this one doesn't have enough levels?
Summary: This isn't really suitable for young children as it's quite confusing to navigate through the different hubs. On the whole I enjoyed playing it although that enjoyment came to an abrupt end when I discovered two of the trophies are glitched (i.e. not awarded despite fulfilling objectives), making the 10+ hours I spent on it seem pretty worthless - for a game primarily aimed at collecting/completing objectives this is not excusable.
Summary: I have been a patriot of the previous Film base Lego games but this was a huge disappointment! They've completely changed the system from the old one, Instead of a home where you can access the levels using doors (starwars) vehicles (batman) or maps (old Lego Indie) which you can wander around in, and have a single simple place to pay for the things you have collected, Each film has it's own world which you can wander around, and it's here that you collect red (and now...
Summary: This series has always been a hit with my now-seven-year-old, but with this chapter it has stopped. Confusing level design, horrendous difficulty spikes and the most uncontrollable vehicles you've ever seen. Coupled with the removal of a central hub this has become a bewildering, charmless mess with so little user-friendliness it's virtually begging you not to play it.
Summary: I appreciate games do have to move on, but this is a classic example of "don't try mending something that isn't broken".....I think the first Indy Lego was the weakest of all the lego games, especially in comparison to SW and the fantastic Batman, but this Indy is even worse.... The game has no central hub and once completed in story mode takes an eternity to add any extra percentage complete onto it...
Indiana Jones and the incredibly boring gaming experience
Mrs. F. L. Marney, amazon.co.uk
23 November 2009
Summary: Not a very catchy title but it's what they should have called it, it would have given fare warning to all those who have loved the Lego games up till now and forked out £30 thinking it would be a safe bet this would be another great game. Everything that made the Lego games great is gone or has been changed.