Reviews and Problems with Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
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It was good!
IndyJFan , GameStop
12 July 2010
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 actually felt like writing a review for this game, because I feel people should know whats up with this game. The way this game went down was that they started off making a game for the PS3 and Xbox 360, but then George Lucas decided to turn all his attention to Star Wars The Force Unleashed, and kind of just abandon that project. So they then had to turn around and release something.
Summary: Well this game is an up and down experience. It has it's moments but does not match up to either the infernal machine, or the emperors tomb. The story is pretty well developed there are many Indy-esque moments and the idea to use Moses's staff as the treasure would look great on a future feature film, but unfortunatly game play is the killer of this story. The game play is very unimaginative and poorly developed. There are little to no puzzles in this game.
Summary: im gonna start off by saying that this is coming from a huge indy fan. ive been waiting for this game to come out for some time now, and its not exactly what i was expecting. the good the game is fun. it has alot of cool still like being able to knock things over with the whip and burning spiders with torches. theres alot of puzzles in the game, so its not an all action game, you actually have to think a bit.
Summary: Every since i was a kid and watched the Raiders of The Lost ark game and actually played that game on Atari, i always imagined what would it be like it the game looks like what was on the front of the box. Well with playing Indiana Jones And The Emperors Tomb like 100 times i loved it(on PC) and would play it again if i chose. The pros and cons on this game are pretty simple.
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.