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Posted by Xerxes

I'm definitely getting this game when it drops to bargain bin status.

Posted by big

The demo i tested a while ago on 360 was actually quite fun. But im not focusing on buying this game. Well maybe when it gets cheaper  

Posted by maleagant

This game is quite a leap forward from the LEGO Star Wars games as far as graphics are concerned.
The controls are very similar, so if you played the Star Wars series, it will be easy to pick up the moves and play.

Posted by Rually

I like the Lego games. But when the "Hey I'm playing as Indy" wears off, its a lot like the Star Wars games. Same problems I had with them to: Camera view and level design.

Heres hoping Lego Batman gets things ironed out.

Posted by zaphod121

It's fun, has some decent puzzles to solve taking good advantage of other characters.  The fighting in the game was way to simplistic.  Close your eyes and keep hitting the button, congrats you won the fight.  I hope for the next Lego game they work on the AI a little more, I'm getting tired of my "partner" character in these games knocking me off a cliff and then standing in the perfect location to make me continuously re-spawn on the same cliff ledge.  ( If you get caught in this seemingly endless loop, switch to the other player when you re-spawn).

All and all, despite it's flaws the game for some reason is fun to play.  It's nostalgic for Indy fans, and fun for kids.  Anybody can play it and have a good time, I'd give it a 3 outta 5.  (3.4 or 4 if you can wait a couple months and grab used)

I'm waiting for Lego Matrix and Lego Lord of the Rings.

Posted by Koopa_kid12

I really like it, it's a great example of how LEGO games should be done

Posted by zegolf

Aren't they developing a whole new storyline for Lego Batman though?

I enjoyed this game.  I didn't want to go for 100% as much as I did in the original Star Wars Trilogy, but it was fun.  I played it on the Wii, thinking that the novelty of the whip would be well worth the purchase.  But I didn't buy it.  So back to Gamefly it goes after I beat it.  Fun game, if not for the gameplay, at least for the nostalgia factor.

Posted by eshwaaz

I think Brad went a bit soft on this one.  The game is packed with design flaws that really should have been addressed by now - Traveller's Tales has had plenty of time to perfect this formula.  The game is decent fun, but too much of it feels rushed and phoned-in.

Posted by L

Hmm. I enjoyed this title a lot. It did have some small annoyances but overall, I would argue this is one of my favourite games so far this year. It's fun, simple and suited for the family.

On top of that - being an Indy fan really did make it feel that extra bit special. I won't spoil it too much but there's some pretty awesome extra stuff awaiting to be unlocked. ;)

Posted by plumeria

I'm a year shy of 30 and have never played any of the previous LEGO games. I am enjoying this game (Wii version) quite a bit. Admittedly I have only played it for 50 minutes. It was super easy to pick up and I could see why more avid gamers would file it under 'kids games'.

Posted by Joevit

My son plays this game all the time. The music is getting to me. It's for the kids, not for a 30 year old.

Posted by RVonE

I don't know man. The lego concept seems kind of done to me. I guess I'll try renting this first.

Posted by PixieNinja

I never thought that there were enough memorable moments in the Indy trilogy for the Lego adaptation to parody - what they did with the Star Wars games worked really well, put it pulled on the strengths of the set pieces within the movies.

I dunno, perhaps I'm just not enough of an Indy fan for this game to work as well? After all, remove the movie concept and the games are pretty much identical...

Posted by OGCartman

The games i play with my little cousin .....

Posted by Armada66

Good take on it, the Lego games are a good bit of fun when playing with a mate, but i think by the time Lego Batman hits the familiar gameplay might be too much and in need of some changes.

It would have been good to see Lego Batman have a large Gotham City to drive around, stop crimes etc, but from what i've seen of it it follows the strict level by level basis of the past lego games.

Like any game that sells, the devs will keep milking the basic gameplay from one franchise to another until it stops selling, and then try and reinvent them, Tomb Raider being a good example.