Set in 1939, this title sees Indy racing the Third Reich to find the uber-powerful Staff of Moses. Nintendo's motion sensitive nunchuk and Wiimote controllers are perfect for the game. A snap of the Wiimote uses Indy's whip to catch or disarm opponents, set off traps from a safe distance and climb up walls. Guns are abundant - unusual because Indy doesn't often use them in the movies - but the violence is basically gore-free, with shot enemies disappearing. There are 38 artefacts hidden in the game that allow special moves to be used.



Lighting effects look wrong and the game appears chunky. The control system struggles with accuracy in busy multiple combat scenes.


Aside from graphics issues and the overly simple puzzles, it is a hugely entertaining game with more than enough content to warrant adding it to the collection.