Generally favorable reviews - based on 12 Critics

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User Score

Generally favorable reviews- based on 10 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 5
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  1. Aug 1, 2013
    This is definitely the best of all non-talking Lego games. I have not played any of the talking ones, however. This game is able to do better with what Lego Star Wars 2 had, and included things that Lego Batman didn't. For example, there are many variations of the characters you can use for each ability, including all custom characters have a whip. In Lego Batman, there were only 2 Jokers, you pretty much needed Poison Ivy and many other characters every time. The suits of Batman and Robin that were useless except if specifically needed (all of them) were annoying to go through, also. Lego Indy has great game play, CPUs that make you do the puzzles, but are smart enough to follow you when you do something. I also liked the "Press the Triangle button to switch for the puzzle". I also liked how instead of having you just pick something up to get the power-up, you actually had to solve a puzzle most of the time. It just had a lot of great things the other games did not. Also, the addition of the "save and quit to Barnett College" was one of the most useful things in this game. Love it! Full Review »
  2. Dec 31, 2010
    Cool game but I kind of got bored after I finished the game. That's usually the low point of games with levels.
  3. LeeK.
    Jul 30, 2008
    A very very nice game. Very entertaining and very funny. The cut scenes are interesting as everything in the game is made of lego. This is a must have game for Indiana Jones Fans, as the game takes them through the first 3 of the series. It is a disappointment however, that The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull was not included. The extra features(like Young Indy) can make the games length extended. The music also originally came from the movie itself. Full Review »