27 Comments
Posted by eroticfishcake

I wasn't even aware they made a second one. The first one was pretty fun so this should be interesting.

Posted by HateCage

What a scary lady  ;)

Posted by eroticfishcake
@HateCage: That's some hair alright.
Edited by skrutop

Lego Indy vid, huh?  Well this video should be interesting.  Let's see what we have here......AAAAHHHH HAAAAAAIRRRR!!!!!
 
Lego Indy was ok, but I think it's biggest shortcoming was that the characters were, for the most part, interchangeable.  At least the Star Wars and Batman characters had some variety to them.
 
The changes they made are pretty smart though.  Split screen co-op is, by far and away, the best possible improvement that they could've made.  I used to want to kill the other player when they were off wandering around on the other side of the screen.

Posted by Metroid545

they finally solved the screen problem and put it in the toejam and earl splitscreen style

Posted by darkjester74

So, this editor thing is a great addition, but what about sharing custom levels?  Thats the feature that would give this game legs.  Imagine an in-game portal that allowed you to rank/review user created levels, you would have some pretty nice missions to play in no time.

Posted by NoXious

It doesn't look bad - if I were 10 years old again - but damn dude that lady would scare the crap out of me.

Posted by TzarStefan

DAYUM hahahaha that's one fugly lady

Posted by noriegga

she's hot imo

Posted by ajamafalous

I don't think their target audience is that which watches developer updates for games.

Posted by Cook66

That split screen at the end looks really cool actually.

Posted by wrecks

LittleLegoPlanet!

Posted by Jack_Daniels

I like all the comments about the lady and not the game.

Posted by Brunchies

That's really smart that they are going with a Toejam and Earl Splitscreen style.

Posted by WinterSnowblind
@NoXious said:
" It doesn't look bad - if I were 10 years old again - but damn dude that lady would scare the crap out of me. "
I don't think you need to be 10 to enjoy the games.  They're pretty simplistic and obviously intended for a younger audiance, but they're very unqiue and a lot of fun to play.  Especially if you have a friend to do co-op with.
Posted by damnboyadvance

The level editor doesn't look too bad. Just wondering how it will play out on Wii.

Posted by Slezak
@damnboyadvance said:
" The level editor doesn't look too bad. Just wondering how it will play out on Wii. "
So am I. It bums me out that some developers tone down or even remove entirely the editing features of games on the Wii. I'm excited about this because I always enjoy games with user-createable content. I just like playing around with level editors seeing what I can come up with. I wonder how large the levels can be anyway?
Posted by Media_Master

Liking the new split-screen.

Posted by Ineedaname

As scary as she is that looks pretty solid.

Posted by 1icecream
@HateCage:  ugly too
Posted by Zereta

Hmm, Lego Indy looks good for me only because of the level editor which I think will ultimately no work too good because of the level of interactivity they are giving you. I mean, Halo 3's Forge mode did it well but for something like this, I believe something akin to the traditional map editor style would be better.

Posted by atomic_dumpling
@damnboyadvance said:

" The level editor doesn't look too bad. Just wondering how it will play out on Wii. "

I fail the see the point of this editor, when children (their parents, respectively) can go out and buy the real thing, you know, actual LEGO. Yes, I know it's crazy expensive these days, but given the choice, the real LEGO has much more pedagogical value.
Posted by MAN_FLANNEL

Bitch has Hagrid hair.

Posted by RichieJohn

looks good... will definitely buy it if you can just share the levels with everyone not just your friends.

Posted by WinterSnowblind
@atomic_dumpling said:
" @damnboyadvance said:

" The level editor doesn't look too bad. Just wondering how it will play out on Wii. "

I fail the see the point of this editor, when children (their parents, respectively) can go out and buy the real thing, you know, actual LEGO. Yes, I know it's crazy expensive these days, but given the choice, the real LEGO has much more pedagogical value. "
I definitely agree, but I think you're understating the cost of Lego a tad.  It's still a fun game and only costs £30.  A decently sized Indiana Jones actual Lego set will cost you around £80.
Edited by MeatSim

Is that guy picking up and throwing the entire road!

Posted by FrEeZe
@atomic_dumpling said:
" @damnboyadvance said:

" The level editor doesn't look too bad. Just wondering how it will play out on Wii. "

I fail the see the point of this editor, when children (their parents, respectively) can go out and buy the real thing, you know, actual LEGO. Yes, I know it's crazy expensive these days, but given the choice, the real LEGO has much more pedagogical value. "
Your saying that a toy and a game are the same thing.  If the editor is easy enough to use, kids can find out what is like to create something and see other people's reactions to their level. The level editor isn't planning on replacing legos completely, in fact it does something very different from the toys.