Lego Indiana Jones 2 plundering this fall

WBIE and TT Games prepping new blockheaded adaption of famed archeologist's adventures on 360, PS3, PSP, Wii, DS, and PC; includes Kingdom of the Crystal Skull content.

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games have had a good deal of success with taking venerated properties, reducing them to block-sized Lego elements, and adding a humorous bent. So it came as no surprise when, in March, an animator revealed the inevitable next installments in the Lego spin-off series, saying J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter was being Lego-ized alongside a second installment in LucasArts' Indiana Jones franchise.

Indiana Jones always was a bit of a blockhead.
Indiana Jones always was a bit of a blockhead.

Today, WBIE and TT Games confirmed one of those new games, saying Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues will arrive for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PSP, Wii, DS, and PC this fall. Whereas the first Lego Indy game focused on the first three films in George Lucas and Steven Spielberg's classic action adventure, Lego Indy 2 will include elements from all four films--including the most recent addition, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

TT Games has a number of new features that it will be packing into Lego Indy 2. Namely, the title will introduce the ability for gamers to create their own levels and environments--as well as build on existing ones--which can then be shared. The game will also feature a number of characters from Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, as well as new episodes from the original three films.

From a gameplay standpoint, TT Games has also tweaked character animations, as well as added new vehicles and weapons. The game also features 60 playable characters and will support two-player drop-in, drop-out cooperative play.

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