Great game based on a great movie!
1. I bought this game to play while on vacation or when the electricity is out. 2. I love that you play as Lego characters and it follows the storyline of one of my favorite movies. The game is good, but there could be more levels and more challenges. 3.It's not as good as the Wii version because the DS has a smaller screen. It's harder to see whats going on in the game, but it's still a pretty fun game to play.
Lego Indiana Jones for the DS
I bought this game for the features that only the DS version has and I'm very happy with it. The gameplay is very similar to Traveller's Tales other Lego games. It's fun using the stylus to move and interact with objects in the game. The music is great. I use headphones and it sounds even better. The only drawback is the lack of better weapons for Indy to use. It's a shame he's stuck using a whip or his fists when he fights against people with guns. He has the chance to pick up weapons all throughout the game, but these are only temporary. It would have been nice to be able to customize a weapon after finding it or earning it, so you can take out a lot more enemies at once. But, even with that minor issue, I am very happy I bought it and will continue to buy Lego versions of movies or games.Read full review
Great game that builds on the success of the LEGO Star Wars games. The only problem I have is that the DS multiplayer requires you to have a cartridge for each DS; thus, this is actually the second time I've bought this game. The first one was brand new from Gamestop. I probably would have still bought the game, but it is too bad I read the multiplayer logo wrong while in the store. I'd definitely recommend this game to any LEGO or Indiana Jones fan...or anyone who enjoys a fun game. The cutscenes might be the best part of the game too -- so funny!
I'm Positive My Little Brother Will Love It.
The product is in mint condition. Loved the clear wrapping as proof. Great present for my little brother for Christmas. It almost scared me that I had the wrong type of Nintendo game because it's shaped like a square and not a rectangle, but now I'm confident in my purchase. There should be more products like this for a good price. :D
Fun for the Whole Family
The second installation in the Lego series has much in common with the original (Star Wars): good, clean family fun; lots of 'replayability'; plenty of characters to unlock and items to collect; and Han Solo. Han Solo?! Yes, Han is an unlockable character in the Lego Indiana Jones Trilogy, but he's not the only one. Unfortunately, the unlockable characters have very little use in this game, unlike the Ghost of Obi-Wan, et al., in the previous installment. In fact, the secrets and cheats in this game are nearly useless, even if they do add a little more flavor to the game. Like Lego Star Wars, the Indy game has plenty of puzzles to keep you guessing, lots to explore, and various character types to choose from. Also like Star Wars, Indy is buggy. Count on resetting more than once or twice because necessary items disappear, seagulls don't fly right, and any host of problems. The good thing is, you don't normally mind playing a level over (in fact, these games are designed so that you play each level at least twice). Minor problems aside, this game has that elusive fun factor that many better-designed games sorely lack. Once you get used to the somewhat wonky control scheme (which way do I jump, so I don't fall into the pit for the fiftieth time?!), gamers of any skill level can beat the game and have a whole lot of fun doing it. These Lego games are a great way to bond with the kids or spouse - you'll find yourselves talking about it and thinking about playing again throughout the day. Five stars out of five, with the aforementioned caveats (bugs, controls, nearly pointless secret characters and levels).Read full review