Reviews and Problems with Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
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You can't ask for much more for under $20.
T. Robinson, Amazon
2 September 2010
Summary: This is a great game if you like challenging games, but are easily frustrated when you get stuck. You can't really die. You just lose some of your money ("Lego studs"), most of which you can get back before it disappears. My advice: don't rush through the levels. Part of the fun of this game is breaking and blowing up all of the props on screen to collect studs. If you are just looking to "beat the game," you shouldn't have any trouble.
Summary: This game was purchased for my son (and I think a little bit for my husband). The things that I find good about the game: 1. Violence is limited to smashing LEGO pieces apart. So while there is lots of destruction and mayhem, it seems somewhat sanitized to me because it is done with blocks. 2. The story segments are humorous/cute even to adults. 3. A game that can keep a kid or adult interested. Not too hard, not too easy. 4.
Summary: Let me tell you: it's not easy to get my 8 year old son to stop asking me to let him play "M" rated games, but since I snapped up Lego Indiana Jones, there has been some very little need for me to so no (at least as it regards permission to play video games). I'm not going to completely re-hash what everyone has written; that would be redundant.
Summary: If you haven't bought Lego Star Wars yet - buy that. Don't get me wrong, Indiana Jones is fun and I like that there are more puzzles in this Lego version but the biggest issue I have is the length of the levels. In Star Wars the levels are much shorter. Sometimes playing Indiana Jones you're stuck having to continue and continue playing to finish the level as you can't save in the middle.
Summary: This game is a blast to play. Very addicting and funny. At first I played it till I got stuck on a level. I went out and bought the guidebook (Prima guide I think its called)and its a good thing I did. Theres a couple times where it seems like you have no idea what to do and the guidebook comes in real handy.
Summary: A few years ago, a surprisingly great game called LEGO Star Wars was released. Now Lucas Arts has given us the gift of LEGO Indiana Jones (LIJ). Is it as good as the previous LEGO entries? No. Don't get me wrong, I love this game, but it's not as good as LEGO Star Wars. First of all, I really don't think Indiana Jones was the greatest choice for a LEGO game.