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Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

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Indiana Jones: Emperor's Tomb Review

IGN Entertainment
11 March 2010
  • Conclusion: I hope after reading the review thus far you can tell that I absolutely loved this game. I may be biased because of my devoted love for the Indiana Jones’s films, but if I put all of those feelings aside, this is still one hell of a game. LucasArts did a fine job making the closest thing to a replication of all the movies thrown into a video game.
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Overall 8
8.0

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The Game Chair
13 September 2004
  • Excerpt: Product Description Grab your trusty whip and go on a harrowing adventure full of ancient mysteries in Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb. You'll travel to 1930's China in search of a powerful ancient artifact. But you're not alone. You'll have to battle Nazis and the Chinese underground as well in this globe-spanning adventure.
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Overall 6
6.0

Indiana Jones and the Emperors tomb

Xbox-Hq.Com
7 May 2004
  • Excerpt: What license could possibly have more potential for an adventure game then Indiana Jones? With that potential, expectations are raised however as many have great hopes that this Indiana Jones game will take full advantage of the Indy license. Unfortunately, that potential isn’t fully realized for a number of minor to moderate reasons with some of these issues distracting from the gameplay.
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Overall 5
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Gameplay 6
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Graphics 5
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Sound 6
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Storyline 5
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Replay value 3
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Video Game talk
2 April 2003
  • Excerpt: It's a phenomenal idea to really put together a major "Indiana Jones" game, and developers The Collective ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer" - this game uses a modified "Buffy" engine) seemed like a good choice to put the adventure together. The game certainly does a lot of things right: the music is there, the tone is there (although not to the level that was achived with the latest Bond video game adventure, "Nightfire"), the voice actor sounds amazingly like Harrison Ford...
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Overall 7
6.6

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb Review

GameSpot
1 April 2003
  • Summary: While Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb does a lot of things right, severe technical issues surface at almost every turn and really drag down the game's high points.
  • Pros: N/A
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Overall 8
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Gameplay 9
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Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 8
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Lifespan 8
8.0

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

Gaming Target
28 March 2003
Overall 8
7.5

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

Game Over Online
26 March 2003
  • Excerpt: (cue Indiana Jones theme song) I didn’t quite know what to expect heading into Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb. LucasArts has a hit-and-miss history when it comes to converting their mega franchises from the silver screen to the small screen. Indiana Jones is no different. From Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis to Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine, the rugged archaeologist has had his ups and downs.
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Overall 8
8.0

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TheStar.com
25 March 2003
  • Excerpt: Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb is not the first Indiana Jones game, but it is probably the first to stand out as a decent homage to the original and often imitated grave-robbing swashbuckler.
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Overall 8
8.0

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

Evergeek
25 March 2003
  • Excerpt: Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb is not the first Indiana Jones game, but it is probably the first to stand out as a decent homage to the original and often imitated grave-robbing swashbuckler.
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Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

The Armchair Empire
22 March 2003
  • Conclusion: more often than not resulting in death. At first I would let the seizure run its course, but then I found I could pause the game, wait a couple of seconds, unpause it and everything would be back to normal. This was a “fix” in the loosest sense but on one level I went the last half of it under these crappy conditions. How’d this get by the QA testers? Is it a fault in the disc manufacturing?
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