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Gamereactor (Finland) (Jun 02, 2008)
Lego Indiana Jones on erittäin positiivinen yllätys. Tähtien sodat tekivät hyvän pohjatuloksen, mutta Indy onnistuu korottamaan rimaa selvästi ja heittää tiukan haasteen syksyllä julkaistavalle Lego Batmanille. Peli jättää jälkeensä iloisen mielen ja melkoisen halun palata takaisin piilotettuja salaisuuksia etsimään. Parempaa suositusta on pelille vaikea antaa.
USA Today (Jun 02, 2008)
With the larger-than-life Indiana Jones slashing his whip across the big screen in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, a smaller, blockier version is leading families on a humorous romp through the earlier movies in Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, a video game that goes on sale across all platforms June 3.
GamePro (US) (Jun 03, 2008)
LEGO Indiana Jones isn't without its flaws-the lack of online co-op is almost criminal-but it so beautifully mixes the spirit of a beloved adventure series with the playful heart of cherished childhood toys that it feels like much more than the sum of its angular parts. The tone might be almost overwhelmingly saccharine sweet, with even the caricature Nazis of the films stripped of their insignia and leering malice, but all gamers, young or old, are virtually guaranteed a great time.
Extreme Gamer (Jun 13, 2008)
The only real complaint about this game is that the friendly AI if not being controlled by a friend can be frustrating at times and do some pretty interesting things. Also when you’re surrounded by several bad guys with guns death is almost inevitable, so make sure to collect those hearts non stop. Other than that this is an excellent addition to any library and a great tie over until Lego Batman is released in early September. Lego Indiana Jones is a lot of fun, lengthy and family friendly, so the $ 80 price tag is most certainly worth it. If you haven't tried Lego Star Wars or wasn't a big fan of the game, it's still worth it to give Lego Indie a rent and see where it goes.
85 (Jun 05, 2008)
Es ist auch schade (und unverständlich), dass der Online-Modus des unmittelbaren Vorgängers über Bord gekippt wurde - außerdem solltet ihr nicht mit Überraschungen rechnen; Indy setzt genau da an, wo Star Wars aufgehört hat. Nichtsdestotrotz gibt es eine enthusiastische Empfehlung für alle großen und kleinen Abenteurer: Weil Traveller's Tales mal wieder das Kunststück vollbracht hat, nicht nur die Essenz der Filme perfekt einzufangen, sondern das Ausgangsmaterial auch noch toll spielbar in das herrlich alberne Lego-Universum zu integrieren, ohne es lächerlich zu machen. Das ist etwas, was nur den wenigsten Entwicklern von Film-Umsetzungen gelingt.
85 (Jun 17, 2008)
Lego Indiana Jones is a wonderful game for fans of the movies. Even if you're not a big fan of the movies though you will still get plenty of enjoyment from this action/adventure game. The omission of the latest movie is a little disappointing, but we're sure that may be covered in a game somewhere down the line (there were certainly enough action sequences to fill a game!). Lego Indiana Jones is highly recommended.
Computer Bild Spiele (Jun 04, 2008)
Er sieht ungefähr aus wie Indiana Jones, und alles um ihn herum klingt nach Indiana Jones. Mit den Rechten für die Filmmusik haben sich die Entwickler auch schon einen großen Teil des Erfolgs gesichert, denn vom ersten Moment an hat man Indy-Atmospähre im Legoland. Dazu kommt der Spielinhalt: Genau wie in den Filmen geht es um Action und cleveres Verhalten beim Rätselknacken, die Umsetzung ist absolut großartig gelungen. Da verschmerzt man dann auch, dass der eine oder andere Sprung ins Leere geht, weil die Sicht nicht optimal ist. Denn: Hier ist einfach jede Menge vom feinsten Indiana Jones drin, den man sich wünschen kann. Die Lego-Umsetzung bürgt außerdem dafür, dass auch Kinder sich schon in archäologische Abenteuer stürzen können, die Optik und die Umsetzung sind ohne Frage kindertauglich. Und das finden wir rundum "gut".
Cheat Code Central (Jun, 2008)
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 great puzzles, platforming mechanics, array of collectibles, and quality presentation make this title an outstanding option for EVERYONE 10+!
IGN Australia (Jun 04, 2008)
LEGO Indiana Jones isn’t important in the grand scheme of gaming. This is not a title that will change your life or change the industry. It is, however, a heap of fun – a light-hearted reinterpretation of three iconic films that’s at its best with friends. And while it appears simple – and in many ways is – it still has the gameplay to go the distance.
The latest in the LEGO series is all-in-all a fun and replayable single player game with some great additions for multiplayer as well, if you can overlook the sometimes hideous camera problems. The game is not only fun to play it can be fiendishly addictive and will have you coming back for more.
Gamer 2.0 (Jun 18, 2008)
Lego Indiana Jones’s success comes from keeping the fun gameplay of the Lego Star Wars games, but injecting the classic Indy moments, music, and characters. This is the perfect way to introduce kids to the movies if you don’t feel the melting faces and the Temple of Doom are appropriate for them. For the somewhat budget price tags of the console versions, Lego Indy’s got a lot of gameplay and unlockables to make sure you get your money’s worth, especially if you have a friend with whom to play.
PlayStation Universe (Jun 04, 2008)
With an FPS around every corner, LEGO Indiana Jones offers up some pure comedic, platforming entertainment that will keep you busy for hours on end or for fifteen minutes at a time.
Game Over Online (Aug 04, 2008)
Despite the lack of online play and the humdrum combat system, LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures is a lot fun to play. With its cheerful visuals and challenging puzzles, the game does a charming job recounting the stories of each of the three classic films. As far as family friendly entertainment goes, LEGO Indiana Jones is a snappy way to spend the last of the summer days.
Gamernode (Jun 20, 2008)
LEGO Indy is a step above the Star Wars titles, and is a must-get for any fans of the whip-cracking archeologist.
Game Revolution (Jun 27, 2008)
The addictive gameplay, well-rendered graphics (even on an aged system), easy control scheme, innovative cooperative features and tons of replay value make for a winner. I am a pretty critical guy when it comes to games, but playing this is just too much fun.
80 (Jun 06, 2008)
Alles in allem besitzt der neue Teil jedoch zu wenig individuelle Klasse - es fehlt einfach an frischen Spielelementen. Da der Originalitätsbonus der Star Wars Legospiele zudem aufgebraucht ist, fällt unsere Wertung zwangsläufig niedriger aus, als beim spielerisch sicher ebenbürtigen Original. Dennoch ist Lego Indy ein sehr spaßiges Abenteuerspiel mit guten Rätseln und gelungenem Leveldesign, um das kein Indiana Jones-Fan herumkommen wird. Für das kommende Lego Batman sollten die Entwickler das Gameplay aber ein wenig erweitern, auf die Dauer wird es sonst langweilig, egal welcher Filmheld in Klötzchenform durch die Levels huscht.
UOL Jogos (Jun 13, 2008)
"LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures" continua com o bom humor e a ação leve e viciante da mistura criada em "LEGO Star Wars". Não tenta arriscar ou inovar em nenhum aspecto, mas a fórmula e os personagens são cativantes o suficiente para prender a atenção por muito tempo. O conteúdo deixa a desejar, mas como há tantos itens a serem colecionados, é um jogo que deve ter uma vida útil bastante significante e que agrada a jogadores de todas as idades.
80 (May 07, 2008)
But while the game does little to evolve the Lego franchise, The Original Adventures boasts a razor-sharp sense of humour that’ll delight movie fans, with sequences such as Indy riffling through his bag to find the golden idol from Raiders Of The Lost Ark – but pulling out C-3PO’s shiny head instead – making this worth the price of admission alone.
IGN (May 29, 2008)
Traveller's Tales has once again delivered an experience that boils down to smashing stuff over and over again while searching for secrets, while also managing to make that formula fun and addictive. It's certainly not a huge leap over the LEGO Star Wars titles, and in fact still has some of that series' issues, but it's no less enthralling and certainly a fun adventure worth taking on.
GameSpy (Jun 02, 2008)
If LEGO Indy has any major drawback, it's that it's so dependent on its humorous presentation for its appeal. You can tell the developers know this, as the game's relaxed difficulty makes it more of an inevitable march to the finish line, ensuring you see every last cut-scene. Some might feel compelled to dig through Free Play mode and track down every last bonus item, but it's easy to see one run through Story mode being enough for many. Still, even if you make only one trip through LEGO Indiana Jones, it'll be a great ride.
GameSpot (Jun 02, 2008)
Lego Indiana Jones serves as the expected progression from the Lego Star Wars games. The great pacing, humorous cutscenes, and challenging-but-not-cheap puzzles make this the most enjoyable Lego game yet. It's not the hardest game, but it has enough hidden goodies to make you play through more than once. Both newcomers and diehard fans of Traveller's Tales' previous Lego offerings will find plenty to enjoy here.
PSX Extreme (Aug 04, 2008)
It’s a worthy purchase if you’re a big fan of “Indiana Jones,” and it’ll help a great deal if you’re familiar with past LEGO titles. Traveller’s Tales has this formula down pat.
Gameswelt (Jun 18, 2008)
Als ich vor drei Jahren das erste ’Lego Star Wars’ spielte, war mir sofort klar: Damit hat Traveller’s Tales seinen eigenen Sechser im Lotto programmiert. Zwei direkte Nachfolger, nun die ’Indiana Jones’-Version und das in der Entwicklung stehende ’Lego Batman’ zeigen, dass wir von den Engländern so bald nichts anderes sehen werden. Der Lego-Charme punktet erneut, allerdings blättert der Lack ganz leicht ab trotz neuen Settings: Was bei ’Star Wars’ noch für ein “Geniale Idee“-Gefühl sorgte, verkommt bei ’Lego Indiana Jones’ zu einem “Genau was wir erwartet haben“. Das familienfreundliche Konzept funktioniert natürlich trotzdem und Fans der Filme müssen sich das Spiel allein schon wegen der liebevollen Hommage sowie des Soundtracks besorgen. Es ist jedoch mehr als schade, dass der neue ’Indiana Jones’-Film fehlt. Ich würde mich jedenfalls nicht wundern, wenn in nicht allzu ferner Zeit ein entsprechend “aufgemotzter“ Nachfolger erscheint.
1UP (Jun 04, 2008)
Lego Indy's main quest isn't terribly expansive -- you can finish it in a weekend, and that's if you take your time -- but the game's unquestionably built for completists, with a ton of hidden treasure and extra characters (you can unlock pretty much every character in the films, right down to Last Crusade's castle butler). It's easy to dismiss as kids' fare, but Lego Indiana Jones is a light, enjoyable action game, especially if you've got a willing friend for co-op play. Now, if we could just get Lego Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis as a sequel....
TheSixthAxis (Jun 22, 2008)
Seemingly Travellers Tales can do no wrong, and this is yet another solid piece of fan service sure to be enjoyed by all but the most grim-faced of gamers. Sure, it's too easy, very similar to Star Wars, and once completed doesn't offer a huge amount of replayability, but what there is represents good value for money. We're just hoping that for Batman the guys have a few new tricks up their sleeves and don't rely on pushing blocks and holding circle to 'build'.
Gameplayer (Australia) (Jun 10, 2008)
It’s still a solid game, and the core gameplay of combat, platforming and puzzle-solving remains intact, as do the humorous cut-scenes and the developer’s clear love for both LEGO and Indiana Jones. It only suffers in comparison to its Star Wars stable-mates but don’t let that discourage you; this game will keep you happily whip-cracking, brawling and exploring for hours and hours and hours.
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 a mess, albeit a moderately fun one.
70 (Jun 03, 2008)
Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures doesn't quite live up to its Star Wars cousins, mainly due to the fact that Star Wars is simply a more memorable series, but it's still a brilliant adventure and great fun. Although the gameplay is quite familiar, the settings and puzzles make for a game that feels quite different to Lego Star Wars. Traveller's Tales' latest is unlikely to evoke the same kind of memories in as many people as Lego Star Wars did, but Lego Indiana Jones is still an adventure worth taking.
GamesRadar (Jun 03, 2008)
But love for the subject matter aside, the problems we mentioned at the start of the review make LEGO Indy the worst LEGO game to date. The levels aren’t that interesting, the mixture of real-world textures and plastic LEGO pieces jars and the characters are nowhere near as desirable as the Star Wars gang. It’s just never that exciting, which is surprising considering what a constant thrill the films are. It’s fun in small doses, but not as consistently entertaining as LEGO Star Wars.
70 (Jun 06, 2008)
Reprenant le concept farfelu mais néanmoins génial de Lego Star Wars, l'adaptation de la première trilogie d'Indiana Jones ne surprend pas, mais elle saura séduire ceux qui attendaient impatiemment cette nouvelle parodie. Bien que le soft ne soit pas dépourvu de petits défauts de gameplay, il offre une expérience de jeu vraiment sympathique, surtout en mode coopératif.
GameDaily (Jun 04, 2008)
LEGO Indiana Jones gets a lot of things right. Aside from some outdated textures, this is a sharp-looking game that lovingly recreates the Indiana Jones universe in classic LEGO style. The soundtrack, too, is gorgeous, seeing as it's another one of John Williams' renowned scores. But we can't help but notice that developer Traveller's Tales has not done much to upgrade the gameplay mechanics. Fans of Indiana Jones, which is just about everyone, will still enjoy this game for its charm and co-op fun, but we've come to expect a bit more polish and refinement out of a series on its third installment. Sort of like the new film, this one's good, but falls short of greatness.
65 (Jul 03, 2008)
Le jeu est loin d'être mauvais, mais en plus de ne proposer qu'une nouvelle aventure LEGO de plus, cette plongée dans l'univers d'Indiana Jones se répète inlassablement. Si la série des LEGO de Traveller's Tales est tout ce qu'il y a de plus sympathique, il n'empêche que le concept s'essouffle déjà et que l'on espère sincèrement un peu de renouveau dans les prochains délires de briques à venir ! Mais, si vous êtes des fans de l'aventurier, le jeu est tout de même pour vous.
Giant Bomb (Jul 02, 2008)
Lego Indiana Jones has enough entertainment value to make it worth running through, when you're in a casual mood. The series' trademark mirthful animated cutscenes are also in effect here, making the package a bit more endearing. After Lego Batman comes out, though, I hope Traveller's Tales takes a good look at where its Lego games are going and makes the tweaks and additions necessary to keep the franchise relevant.
DarkZero (Jun 13, 2008)
So, in the end, perhaps the worst thing you can say about Lego Indy is that it is not as instantly likeable as the Lego Star Wars games, and that it’s more of a relationship you’ll have to work at instead of being the love at first sight Travellers Tales' previous efforts were. However, many would argue that those are the kind of relationships that always end up working out best in the end. Although I would have to admit I’d still only give this one a six, even if I had a few drinks on me at the time.
Gamekult (Jun 11, 2008)
On pouvait craindre qu'après le succès des LEGO Star Wars, Traveller's Tales se repose calmement sur ses lauriers et profite du bon buzz autour de l'homme au chapeau et au fouet, mais il n'en est rien. La recette pour Indiana Jones est, certes, à peu près la même dans les grandes lignes, mais exécutée non sans respect tant de la licence que du joueur. Notre Lego aventurier se lance donc dans un jeu mêlant plates-formes, action et recherche avec, qui plus est, la possibilité de jouer avec un camarade en coop. Même si le découpage des niveaux fini par être plus ou moins toujours le même avec une mécanique finalement répétitive, qui plus est déjà vue dans les autres jeux, LEGO Indiana Jones se laisse parcourir avec plaisir et légèreté. Les fans apprécieront... plus que le dernier film ?