Are you ready to take on adventure with the archaeologist that Hollywood made famous?
Easy to navigate menus, decent docs, and an engaging story. Without the intriguing narrative, this game wouldn't be nearly as good.
Aging graphics engine, blocky natural environments, and stiff character animations ... but still better than any other action/adventure game.
LucasArts always seems to take special care when it comes to the audio portion of their games, and Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine is no exception. Music is sparse throughout the game, though.
Quirky controls seem to be the bane of every game in this genre, but I have to hand it to the level designers for some of the most brilliant layouts I've seen in a game of this type.
Lasting Appeal (7/10)
After you finish the game, there's no real drive to go back and play it again. The game should take you over 25 hours to complete, though.