It is what it is, a kids game with a concept that's fast aging. Lego Star wars had my kids hooked, however Indy doesn't seem to have the same draw. It doesn't seem to run as smooth as the other Lego games. Its almost pointless to use weapons found as bare knuckle fighting is faster. My kids are still holding out for Lego Batman, but I could pass on anymore Lego games if they do not place some more interesting features in the game. The cute and nostalgia carry this game only so far before its old. If you have very young gamers go for it. Otherwise try different platform games like Ratchet and Clank Tools of Destruction.