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The closest we've ever come to playing an Indiana Jones game on Replay is Donald Duck's treasure-hunting adventure, Quackshot. While Quackshot is one of the best Genesis games, we thought it was time to check in on one of Indy's less celebrated adventures, Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb for the Xbox and PS2. Watch us climb ruins like Lara Croft and show off Indy's whip-wielding skills.
The conversation between Matt Bertz, Andrew Reiner, Joe Juba, and I eventually wanders to the topics of the Indiana Jones films and the future of video games based on other Lucas franchises. Stick around for the return of a very special segment with a surprisingly intense finale.
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I loved this game. I got it in like 2006 and thought it was the best thing and played the beginning so many times. Good times.
Every Indy game has to include cutting edge hat technology.
I remember playing this back in the day. Never finished it though...
I loved this game.
i actually just picked up this game not that long ago. i'm looking forward to this replay.
Sweet my buddy use to play this all the time.
Whoa, I actually played this game A TON as a kid.
This was a pretty awesome game, enjoyed the hell out of it. Also looking back, the PS2/Xbox/GC era had a lot of good licenced games. Examples being this, The Punisher, Spiderman 2, and 007: Everything or Nothing (which I hope gets a Replay one day).
Holy crap guys, mad skills!
Haha, that was fun to watch!
Enjoyed the first segment, some great conversation throughout it. Loved the second segment, it was very riveting watching you guys stress test Ikaruga. You guys are awesome!
Great episode guys, I thoroughly enjoyed taking a look back at this game. We really do need a new Indy title, and as you guys said, hopefully it is more exploration and traversal based rather than shooter based. As much as I love the Uncharted and new Tomb Raider games I think they should do something a little different with this franchise. Also, that challenge was very intense, congratulations on the win Tim!
This game actually looks pretty good.