Metascore
71

Mixed or average reviews - based on 41 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 12 out of 41
  2. Negative: 0 out of 41
Buy On
  1. 91
    All in all, it's amazing the amount of content that's packed into this game -- this is more than a sequel, even while including a redux of the first game's three movies.
  2. LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues is a far superior sequel and a truly enjoyable LEGO title that gamers of all ages will relish on their Xbox 360. Thanks to the new level editor and loads of levels that span the four Indy films, this is the LEGO Indiana Jones game you will definitely want to buy.
  3. Once the story is out of the way the real fun begins with a huge variety of puzzles and mini-quests to complete on each hub. Hours of fun and worth a go even if you own the original.
  4. Indy 2 is well worth the money. Lego is fun, Indiana Jones is fun and if you put them together you get nothing but FUN FUN FUN !!
  5. Pelit (Finland)
    82
    Indiana Jones and the Lego license blend in quite nicely. If you put aside the infuriating driving sequences, the second block-Indy delivers a fast paced action package, which actually requires some thinking.
  6. 80
    The established Lego game design wasn't broken, but, after so many games, it was beginning to get a bit stale. Those used to the previous titles might feel a bit disoriented at first, but you'll soon settle in and begin having fun exploring the large hubs and condensed levels.
  7. The second Indiana Jones adventure expands and builds upon the previous, making for the best game yet in the Lego series.
  8. This game is built around the fun you get in collecting tons of secrets and items all across its levels. Combat mechanics, physics and vehicle handling are a bit outdated and could use some improvements, but all in all there's a lot of good time to spend with Indy made out of Lego Bricks.
  9. More of the same, but with far less reason to exist. A bit like the last movie, really.
  10. The gameplay improvements were a welcome change and the new split screen is an essential new addition to Lego games. However, without the characters or story to hold it up, the game doesn't reach the height of its predecessors.
  11. 75
    LEGO Indiana Jones 2 is much more than a simple stop-gap, bringing a wealth of content, some tweaks and even open-world concepts to the table, but ultimately I can't help but feel more excited about how these features will be implemented into next year's offering.
  12. The improvements in co-operative play and the inclusion of new vehicles make this a worthy purchase, even for returning players, who may feel cheated having already played through three of the storylines within the game.
User Score
7.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 26 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. Dec 7, 2014
    8
    It wasn't very different from the original. The game is pretty meh and so are the levels. I didn't like the open world thing that much tho itIt wasn't very different from the original. The game is pretty meh and so are the levels. I didn't like the open world thing that much tho it was cool. The real fun that i had was the level editor! So many levels that i made! Wow. Full Review »
  2. Apr 26, 2012
    7
    Lego Indiana Jones 2 is better than the first one but not by much. The story campaign are a little overrated if you ask me, but however theLego Indiana Jones 2 is better than the first one but not by much. The story campaign are a little overrated if you ask me, but however the level maker saves this game's life and is very cool. Story Campaign 6/10 Level Maker 7/10 Lego Indiana Jones 2 7.1/10 Full Review »
  3. Nov 8, 2011
    7
    I like the newly designed levels and the ability to create your own levels, but creating the levels is complicated and it is isn't like theI like the newly designed levels and the ability to create your own levels, but creating the levels is complicated and it is isn't like the movie stories like the 1st Lego Indiana Jones was. Full Review »