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There are no reviews for the SEGA Master System release of this game. You can use the links below to write your own review or read reviews for the other platforms of this game.

Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 2.2
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.5
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 2.7
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 2.3
Overall User Score (11 votes) 2.7

Critic Reviews

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Raze (Jan, 1991)
Loses it's long term appeal because tasks are so repetitive.
Joystick (French) (Apr, 1991)
Allez-y sans crainte, je vous le dis, Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade c'est du tout bon.
Trying to get off the first level is hard enough, let alone attempting the rest of the game! The graphics and sound are both really good, with Indy leaping, punching and whipping around, and the backdrops are very fancy, indeed. Gripes aside, the game is incredibly addictive, however infuriating, and will have you stuck in front of the box for hours on end. A good game, but certainly not for novices.
Mean Machines (Oct, 1990)
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is almost as hard as the hero himself! From the very beginning the odds are stacked against you as you battle an amazingly tight time limit and hordes of gun-wielding heroes. There are plenty of nasty hazards and traps to catch out an unwary Indy - so prepare to lose plenty of lives. It certainly helps if you make a map, since the game is the same every time you play it. The graphics are truly superb, with some of the best sprites and backdrops I've seen on the Sega, and the music's not bad either. Seasoned platforms and ladders fans should be in their element with this - those not so good at this type of game might find it all too frustrating, though.
VideoGame (Jan, 1992)
Neste emocionante game, Indiana Jones tem de atravessar seis fases para encontrar o Santo Graal. Como no filme, o pai de Indy parte em busca do cálice sagrado antes do filho. Mas Marcus, seu assistente, retorna e avisa que dr. Jones desapareceu. O herói segue as pistas do pai, mas não esquece seu maior objetivo: encontrar o cálice. Você tem seis vidas para ajudar Indy em sua difícil missão. Os continues aparecerão somente se você tiver acumulado créditos.
Die große Verbesserung: Indy spielt dort weiter, wo er eines seiner Leben gelassen hat - und nicht am Levelanfang! Ebenso willkommen dürften die zwei „Continues“ sein, mit deren Hilfe man die Spielzeit problemlos verlängern kann. Einmal bewältigt, werden die Level jedoch recht anspruchslos. Zum Trost gibt‘s erstklassige Grafik und anständigen Sound. Spielbarkeit und Motivation erfüllen ebenfalls die cash-technischen Erwartungen. Der Sega-Indy bringt keine revolutionären Neuerungen, aber immerhin einen reellen Gegenwert fürs Geld.
Power Play (Feb, 1991)
Obwohl spielerisch recht schlicht, macht Indiana Jones auf dem Master-System keine schlechte Figur. Besonders, wenn man die in letzter Zeit dürftige technische Qualität der original Sega-Module betrachtet, ist an diesem U.S. Gold-Spiel wenig auszusetzen. Spieler, die gerne Labyrinthe erkunden und Karten zeichnen, kommen auf ihre Kosten.
30 (Sep 15, 2010)
Qui n’a pas rêvé de vivre les aventures trépidantes d’Indiana Jones ? Ce n’est malheureusement pas avec ce jeu que vous les vivrez. Bâclée, l’adaptation ne rend aucunement hommage au héros. Pourtant, on se surprend à recommencer encore et encore pour enfin venir à bout de ces pièges diaboliques et découvrir le Graal. Peut-être pour sauver Indy de ce mauvais jeu…
Sega Does (Nov 15, 2017)
A person can only die on the first level so many times without thinking, “Is it me? Is this what I’ve become?” No, friend. It isn’t you, and it isn’t me. Like a parent who enforces a ton of rules on their child’s playtime, then expects them to enjoy themselves, The Last Crusade‘s restrictions – limited whip, extreme time limit, stiff controls – suck all the life out of a potentially enjoyable adventure. This game may star a fedora-wearing sprite that slightly resembles Indiana Jones, but the freewheeling spirit of the titular character is nowhere to be found.