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Lego Indiana Jones Member Review for the PS3

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08/18/08
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GENRE Adventure 
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PUBLISHER LucasArts 
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LEGO Indiana Jones The Original Adventures
PS3

(A simple review of LEGO:IJ.)
Graphics: (5/5)
= Graphics are still the same with the other LEGO games like Star Wars, but improved in some ways like the new smoothness of the LEGO characters and a new LEGO things that you can use like a gun, torch, hat, and especially you can ride a motorcycle, elephant, and a car. It's still LEGO-ish though, but smooth, just what I said. Environment of every stages is the one that I really like, it is more usable unlike Star Wars and fun to roam around for hours. Well, that's it.

Sounds: (5/5)
= Sounds, hmmm... sounds. There's more explosion effects, but that's not the one that will make the game cool, but the original score music of Indiana Jones Raiders of the Last Ark, Temple of Doom, and The Last Crusade are in there and makes it amazing, in which they are sorted upon the level when they were putting the background music in the movie. Not like LEGO Star Wars, the original score of John William in Episode III was "Anakin Vs. Obi-Wan" and that background music was not in it and especially the "Dual of Fates". Another voice effect was improved, it is still only an expression voice, but with a character that you'll use when you press the "O" button and she will shout to break glass, the voice of the actress was great. Nonetheless, this game is awesome of it's sound.

Gameplay: (5/5)
= They still use the LEGO Star Wars Engine, but improved with its features. Additional features are: Whip-swing, environmental-usage, riding movable objects, and pick-up objects such as guns, torch, hats, etc. Gameplay are much more similar to the SW game, still unlocking characters whenever you finish the level, finding hidden "treasures" to assemble the special LEGO object. And another character was available in the use, in which there are 3 LEGO characters in some stage. An example for that was The Temple Of Doom episode, which you can use Jones, Willie, and Short Round.

Replay: (5/5)
= Every wanted to be a called as a "treasure hunter"? Then go out there and play the game again and find the hidden items and assemble a special LEGO objects and unlock the very special object. You can last the game for  a month at finding all the hidden items. I only assembled 4 objects. LOL. Cheesy

Overall: (5/5)
= A great [treasure hunt] indi-game for everyone. It is fun since LEGO Star Wars. So, go out there a make a treasure hunter out of yourself but playing this. I promise, you won't regret it. All the 3 Indi-games are in there. Better play it by 2, so it will be fun and... more fun. Cheesy


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