View Full Version : Urgent: What do you guys think
11-21-1999, 11:06 PM
I want to get the Indiana Jones game, but my mom was wondering if their was any bad material. Please tell me if their is any language, gore, sexual problems within the game.
11-21-1999, 11:18 PM
The only thing that the game has that would be bad is that when you kill a guy, a spot of red apears where you shot them and then you cant see it anymore.
it was rated teen for animated blood and gore but there is not much of it http://www.indyjones.net/forums/smile.gif
11-21-1999, 11:20 PM
There's really no objectional content. Hell, you can't even shoot the wildlife, you just fire your pistol to scare them off.
It's not too bad. It's only rated teen because all the violence. That would be the only questionable thing. I recommed the game to anyone over the age of 10.
11-22-1999, 07:35 PM
It's not so bad.
At least not compared with the guy across the street who bought his six-year-old son an actual bullwhip for his birthday last year...
Be glad your parents care enough to pay attention.
11-22-1999, 07:46 PM
Anything from LucasArts is OK, with the possible exception of Full Throttle. LucasArts is known for making quility, no-gore, no-blood games. And they're pretty good at it, too, if you ask me. http://www.indyjones.net/forums/wink.gif
11-23-1999, 07:04 AM
Actually, one thing kinda bugged me a little, so far (I mean, besides the 'tude on that Sophia Hapgood; CIA or no, she's got no right to dis Indy this way):
The monitor lizards don't die pretty.
Your under-twelve crowd should probably not be doing that to animals, even cartoon Komodo dragons that eat people.
On the other hand, the crabs are one of the most fun AIs in the game. And you don't shoot them. You just chase them around, if you feel like it.
11-23-1999, 12:28 PM
isnt it illegal to kill those dragons?
11-23-1999, 02:58 PM
Yeah this game doesn't say much about not killing endangered species. But hey...that Kimodo Dragan charged me first right?
Anyway, most of the animals you can't kill (Wolves, Monkeys, Crabs..etc) However, Indy kills more men in this game then he ever did in the movies. But like posted before, a red splat appears where the person gets shot, nothing more.
It's nothing like Quake, Unreal or any of those games. If you played any of the Tomb Raiders, then this would be pretty much the same.
11-23-1999, 09:05 PM
Doesn't anyone find it ironic that they've deemed it appropriate to kill humans but inappropriate to kill wildlife?
11-23-1999, 10:24 PM
Yeah, and I think it's hilarious. In a dark, twisted kind of way.
It's a hamster stuck in an ice cube.
11-24-1999, 03:16 AM
Sophia calls Indy a b*****d at the end. The missing letters are "astar"
11-24-1999, 01:55 PM
Traditionally, it's always been that way. People will not put up with Dolphins getting stuck in a tuna net, but they won't say a thing about the innocent getting gunned down while riding their bicycle to school.
(So when did this become so political?)
I hacked at those damn monkeys with my machete just BECAUSE it was fun to do. (heehee)
11-25-1999, 07:49 PM
Oh how could you? And did you also mutilate those poor, defenseless little piranhas?
BTW, those aren't people, they're commies!
"I didn't travel 22,000 miles to be eaten by fish."
vBulletin®, Copyright ©2000-2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.