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Tolles Spiel für alle Alterklassen (es fließt kein Tropfen Blut) mit stimmiger Grafik und super Musik! Ein gut integrierter Zweispielermodus und viele Stunden Spielzeit sprechen klar für das neue Spiel aus dem Hause Feral, für das man sich aber besser ein Gamepad zulegt.
Even with the bugs that need to be sorted out and some very difficult puzzles needing to be resolved, LEGO Indiana Jones is one of the most fun titles I’ve played in a long time. There’s a solid platform/adventure game to be had here, complete with its own sense of warmth and humor that keeps the player coming back for more and this can’t be denied.
Don’t let the franchise name deter you—Lego Indiana Jones is a solid platformer, a humorous ride, and a satirical look at one of films’ great franchises at the same time. The pathfinding, respawn, and aiming issues can be irritating, but they shouldn’t deter you from a warm, colorful romp. It’s probably the most wholesome entertainment you’ll have since fingerpainting.
Besides being a fun adventure for Indy fans, this is a great game for adults and kids to play together, since you’re working as a team, and the auto-aim and unlimited lives make the difficulty pretty forgiving.
But once you get the hang of the controls, the game itself is a delightful, fun romp through some of the greatest adventure films ever made. Well, the ones that don’t feature Sean Connery, at least.