If you're looking for an entirely new gameplay experience from the folks at LucasArts, then you won't find it in LEGO Indiana Jones. However, this is the most polished and enjoyable entry in the LEGO series of games.
The magic just isn’t here. Repeating the success of Star Wars with a radically different license requires more than Star Wars as a foundation. It really never finds Indiana Jones’ pulse, and ends up being somewhat of a mess, albeit a moderately fun one.
This game does not do much wrong. The levels within the 3 moves were very well designed, although there was not too many fun characters to buy, it was still fun collecting all the coins and figuring out how to solve the puzzles. Temple of doom was the most fun game to play through. It is mainly just a basic lego game that is well designed.
I'm very split on this game as a whole. While I enjoy the subject material they "Legoize" (I also enjoy Legos as a whole) I never really find many of the mechanics interesting. The combat is very hit or miss and basically non existent while the puzzles I find annoying in terms of repetitiveness and overall function. Overall, I have a soft spot for the franchise but I've never enjoyed many of the main components.
SummaryLEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures takes the fun and creative construction of LEGO and combines it with the wits, daring and non-stop action from the original cinematic adventures that enthralled audiences everywhere (Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the La...