Summary: ...However, this one is yet to arrive after ten days of waiting and amazon are unable to provide tracking information. This is a shame because I love the Lego games, they are a lot of fun and great for two players. I am sure this one will be just a good but it's a shame that it's taking so long to arrive!
Summary: Indy Jones in LEGO land is a fine game. Fairly sympathetic to the movies you get the full monty indy style. I think it is a bit more challenging than the star wars saga but much the same in terms of gameplay. Good fun is small bursts.
It's the original Indy movies in Lego... but with bad pacing.
Mr. Leigh Oakley, amazon.co.uk
15 December 2009
Summary: I've been playing this game on-and-off for about a fortnight. It looks beautiful, the cut scenes are funny and there's enough original flourishes to differentiate it from the other Lego titles (Star Wars, Batman), offering a distinctly 'Indiana Jones' feel. As usual, the movie soundtrack crashes along in the background, adding atmosphere to the proceedings.
Worth renting for a weekend for adults, or buy for the kids (and have a sneaky go).
1 October 2008
Excerpt: After playing all the star wars lego games I was really looking forward to the release of the Indiana Jones Lego. The game is still fun with loads of references to the Indiana Jones Trilogy, but doesn't quite match the starwars version. The concept is quite easy and my 6 Year old nephew enjoys playing co-op.
Excerpt: I purchased this game at full price for my Son's Birthday and paid £32.99 if memory serves me right from shopto.net. I must admit that although it was a gift, I was looking forward to playing it myself a little. The game has fantastic sound and the graphics are superb. The storyline is also very true to the film. My son set about it at a blazingly fast speed, working out puzzles with ease. As the game progresses it obviously gets harder.
Summary: This is a great game, which mangages to fit the Lego Star Wars formula to the Indy films seamlessly. It also provides enjoyable nostalgia for those who have watched the films over the decades and the humour is welcome. The levels and gameplay are varied and there is the obvious huge benefit of massive replayability. Yet I only have rated it 3 stars and the following is why... 1. I've played the PSP version which is virtually identical except for the graphics.
Summary: Having played the wonderful Lego Star Wars and enjoyed a literal universe of instantly recognisable characters this came as somewhat of a disappointment. Whilst being Indy is extremely satisfying it's really not much fun having to play his various sidekicks (as opposed to Star Wars where you could be Boba Fett, Darth Vadar, Luke, Han Solo, R2-D2, Chewbacca... the list goes on.
Mr. D. Heitman "PS3 ID - Lemmingmad", amazon.co.uk
7 June 2008
Summary: I, like so many others have been eagerly awaiting this game what with the success of the Lego Star Wars franchise and my inner child yelling INDY!!! This game has all the fun, excitement and tongue in cheek laughs you've come to except from the Lego series. Unfortunatly it is bug ridden (most can be ignored) and far FAR to easy. After playing for just (approx) 6 hours my girlfriend and I are already 50% through the game. Worth a purchase, but be warned.
Summary: Wenn sie nicht wollen das Ihr kind mit 10-12 zum Egoshooter Zocker wird lassen Sie die Finger davon. Ich bin Vater der selber oft mal Spielt,aber das ist nur ballern und schiessen - für kinder ungeeignet.Schämt euch Lego !!!