Reviews and Problems with Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
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Indiana Jones RULES!!!
GreaseMonkey , GameStop
29 July 2011
Summary: Staff of kings rules,but Emperor's tomb is better. emperor's tomb shows what it takes at an adventure and staff of kings just shows what a adventure is like.There both great,but if you were to choose to buy one,I highly recommend 2003's ET. Than get 2009's SOK.
Summary: When I bought the game, I read all the reviews, I watched the teaser, and it didn't look good. Everyone said this is a bad game don't get it. Well I got it just to try it out, because I'm a HUGE Indy fan. I loved it. The storyline was a little confusing at first, but then it cleared up. I loved the villain. Now on the down side, it was very, very short. I started and finished the game on the same day. So I thought Lucasarts should have added at least a few more levels.
Summary: I'm not a game snob by any means, and I can usualy always find something enjoyable in a game, but for once I am GREATLY dissapointed in the quality of this game. I had been looking forward to this game since 2006 when the makers were planning on puting this game out on 360 and yet something happened and it fell through. Then I heard about them going ahead with the release on PS2 and I was again excited and looking forward to it.
Summary: Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings is a solid action game. Unfortunately, I found it to be shorter and not as challanging as I had anticipated. Excellent Graphics, a broad range of environments, and plenty of fisticuffs to go around. All told, the game lacks the magic of 2003's "Indiana Jones and the Emporer's Tomb", a far superior game put out by Lucas Arts and The Collective. The game control is hokey in Staff of Kings, no doubt the result of translation.
Summary: Indiana Jones, the man with the hat is back (in videogames of course!) but for what purpose? Yes we all know, to get the nasty taste of Kingdom of the crystal skull out of our mouths. Speaking of skulls-I feel that I just got skull...ergh...bashed, by this game. From the beginning to end you feel as though any moment now the game will let go of the controls so It can give you a try-that can be harmful to the brain you know?