Reviews and Problems with Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures
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Not the best Lego game, but pretty good!!!
bestgamer2014 , GameStop
4 December 2014
Summary: This game has a fun campaign. It took me 4 hours total (Not straight) to beat this game. This is obviously not the best Lego game, but it WILL make memories with friends or family. I played with my sister and I was Indiana Jones and she was some girl.
Summary: It was nice game, great for casual gaming. Obviously, I loved Star Wars III better and even Harry Potter versions of Lego but this wasn't bad at all. I did have trouble guiding the main character using the wii remoteplus so I suggest those who want to play this to use nintendo's original controller...
Summary: Lego Indiana Jones serves as the expected progression from the Lego Star Wars games. The great pacing, humorous cutscenes, and challenging-but-not-cheap puzzles make this the most enjoyable Lego game yet.
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.
Summary: My kids (7 and 12) had such a lot of fun with the Star Wars Lego Saga on WII that I got them this as another choice for play. The story is cleverly adapted and quite funny and the action really moves along..not scary or violent thanks to the Lego style caricatures.
Summary: If you are an Indiana Jones fan... or at least have seen the movies, this is a pretty fun game. They redo little snippets of the movie with the Lego characters between every level. This is a great game for 2 people, where one person isn't much of a video game player. Its easy, intuitive, and fun.
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.
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).