Reviews and Problems with Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb
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Indiana Jones and the Emperors tomb
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 isnâ€™t fully realized for a number of minor to moderate reasons with some of these issues distracting from the gameplay.
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...
Excerpt: Once upon a time Lucasarts produced adventure games that didn’t just use the Star Wars license. Sam & Max, Indiana Jones, Full Throttle, Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle – The list was almost endless! (Well actually, that’s about it unless you count The Dig , which we don’t) Sadly things have changed. One day games developers decided that nobody wanted to play point and click games anymore.