Reviews and Problems with Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
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Not the Best, But Lots of Fun
29 January 2014
Summary: A lot of people have criticized this game, and at one point I was one of them. When this game first came out I bought it for the PS2 and I quickly forgot all about it, to this day I have no idea where I put it. But, I have been a fan of Indy for many years so I thought the Wii version was worth a shot and I am glad I did. First off, the controls. The controls are not bad, they take a while to get use to but once you do you start having a lot of fun playing this game.
Summary: over all this is a fun game to play. The levels are easy to figure out and navigate. However there are few glitches in the game that do effect how you play. Sometimes you can stand right next to baddie and swing at him and never hit him thenhe hits you once and you die, another one i noticed was a couple times the controls wouldn't work in a fight and or a baddie could throw punches faster than a machine gun and you cant run away or block him.
Summary: George Lucas is a man of cinematic genius. He knows action at its best, and where and how it should perform. Sadly, this interpretation of his beloved adventurer, Indiana Jones, gets stuck between a rock and a hard place. If George had to play most of his games, he would of made them into films and made a fortune to make up for them. Indiana Jones and The Staff of Kings takes place in Egypt, where Indiana is found plundering an ancient artifact, as usual.
Summary: El juego es muy lineal sin embargo cumple con la función de entretener y divertir (claro esta, también como ejercicio)sin embargo hay escenas horribles donde el control es realmente malo (como la del avión o el piano)solo por esto no le doy 5 estrellas.
Summary: Well, cannot say it is a great game. The game has issues, but for this price (I got it during the Black Friday sales at Amazon for around $13), it is as good as it gets. The game is fun, control is intuitive and the stage design is pretty good (mix of puzzle solving and action). Also the action and fighting is not too repeatable with some breath of flesh air. And did I mentioned the bonus game (unlock-able Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis)?
Summary: Definately a good logic puzzle game, though the motion popups do spoil the challenge of hunting for items, the game play is smooth, the story is unknown outside the game and interesting, definately more the adult than say the (r)LEGO version of Indiana Jones
Summary: I am a big Indiana Jones fan and after playing this game I think it is probably important that you are a fan before trying it. If the main protagonist of this game was some unknown video game character it would probably be a lot harder to be engrossed. However, since it's Indy you already know his backstory and therefore there is a resonance to the action and much of the humor. First off, the story is pretty good. Certainly a worthy Maguffin in the Staff of Kings.