Following on the heels of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull‘s release in theaters, is the release of Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures. For anyone that has played the Star Wars Legos game, you know this game is going to be great. It’s simple enough that my six-year-old nephew and I (casual gamers) can play it, but still enough of a challenge that my husband and my fifteen-year-old brother (both hardcore gamers) enjoy it too.
This game follows the original three Indiana Jones movies and is in stores today. It’s available for XBox 360, Wii, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PC, Sony PSP, and Nintendo DS, so most gamers should be covered.
Go out and get yours at Best Buy, GameStop, or wherever else you get your video games, or order it from Amazon.
And check out my favorite screenshot from the games below.
This week’s new releases include two very well placed releases, one thriller that I’m bummed I missed in theaters, and two movies that are probably not worth watching, let alone buying.
Indiana Jones – The Adventure Collection is perfectly timed to get fans ready for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, while The Chronicles of Narnia Blu-ray release is just in time for the release of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
I’m quite looking forward to watching the Diane Lane thriller Untraceable, but I’m actually a little ashamed to have included Mad Money and The Great Debaters in this list.
This is only slightly longer than the previous three Indiana Jones movies. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom runs one hour 58 minutes. Raiders of the Last Ark runs one hour 55 minutes, and Last Crusade runs two hours 7 minutes.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull will be in theaters May 22nd, 2008.
The Star Wars Lego game is easily the best video game I’ve ever played. It’s easy enough for non-gamers to play, but has enough hidden levels and things to make it a worthwhile game for more advanced players.