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Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb – Consumer Guide

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Parents have little to worry about. The violence in the game is bloodless and mostly playful, and only occasionally do the proceedings turn grim. The narrative is probably too convoluted for most teens (and most adults too), and the light sexual innuendo will likely go over younger gamers' heads. A good rule of thumb for parents is, if the kids are old enough to watch the films, then they're likely old enough to play the game. The game features a compelling mix of combat, exploration, and puzzle-solving, and fans of third-person action games, especially those anxiously awaiting the latest installment in the Tomb Raider series, will want to check it out.

Obviously, anyone who has enjoyed the Indiana Jones trilogy of films will likely appreciate the chance to step into the scuffed shoes of their favorite whip-cracking archaeologist.

The game features a subtitle option, so Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers should have no trouble following the game's crude plot-it's basically a thin excuse to get you into caves and tombs-and enjoying all the rope-swinging, bare-knuckle action.

Category Tags
Platform(s): PC   Xbox   PS2  
Developer(s): The Collective  
Publisher: LucasArts  
Genre(s): Adventure/Explore  
ESRB Rating: Teen (13+)  
Articles: Consumer Game Guides  

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