Summary: Indy rocks and so does Emperor's tomb. staff of kings is good but still no Emperor's tomb! This games sorta shows what it takes in an adventure. Staff of kings just shows what a adventure is like. I think this is better than that. But don't under estimate it,it's still pretty good!
Summary: This game rocks, I don't want to spill the beans so I'm not saying much. Good graphics,sound,gameplay,and the lasting appeal of this game is outstanding. I recommend this game to anyone. Especially if your an Indy fan of any kind,then THIS game is for you.
Summary: I thought Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb was the ideal Indiana Jones game. You have many options when it comes to combat, the storyline was paced well, and it all around had the feel of the typical Indiana Jones movie. Compared to Staff of Kings this one definitely takes the cake. In Staff of Kings you are forced to a specific mode of combat (hand-to-hand, "whip-to-hand", or gun combat).
Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb (PS2): Great for any hardcore fan
11 January 2009
Summary: I got this game for my 16th birthday and I was definetely not dissapointed. This game takes place right before Temple of Doom. Indy is on a quest to find the legendary Heart of the Dragon. Indy is equipped with his trusty whip and his deadly revolver but that is not all. You can gain new equipment as you proceed such as Machetes, Throwing Knives, Grenades and even Machine Guns. To top it all off if Indy takes a hard knock he loses his hat which you can later pick up.
If you like the Indiana Jones Series you will like this game
CEF "cecf71", Amazon
10 June 2004
Summary: When I recieved it I wasn't expecting much, but when I started playing it I soon got addicted. I am a fan of these type of games...Tomb Raider...Resident Evil...Silent Hill. I have to say that this game is enjoyable as well as challenging. If you are a fan of Indiana Jones, this is a must have game.
Solid game for Indy fans, but ends undramatically.
Miami Nights, Amazon
8 April 2004
Summary: Many have already written on this game, so I'll try to avoid repeating what they've said, but ultimately, this game starts out strong and entertaining enough, but settles into a middle-ground groove that's neither bad, nor great, but not all too awe-inspiring as the game goes on. The voice actor for Indiana Jones is passable, but not too convincing -- you can tell it's not Harrison Ford.