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Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (Read 1901 times)
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Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
27. Apr 2012 at 13:53
 
Okay, There are still a few games (around 30) i have not played on the N64 and this is one of them.

I am curious how many of you played it and what are your thoughts on the game?
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Re: Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
Reply #1 - 01. May 2012 at 20:24
 
Have not played it,when i hear about this game i always think of the pal release discusion.
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Re: Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
Reply #2 - 06. May 2012 at 19:49
 
During the days of the N64 I was high on RPG
fever. Indian and all of his adventures was blind to
me.

I did read about the infernal machine, and thought about
the part in FFV where you had an optional boss battle.
It would probably be Indiana in some cavern and a walking toaster chasing him around the place. Maybe even Metal Gear, but extra shiney.

The only other time I thought about Indie was the images from "Nintendo Power" magazines. Of course they talked about that game, just to give it some notice. Tongue

My father however was into it like crazy. Especially being
from the Chrstian era crowd. I think he even had all the series at one point.

I understand why Indiana was auwsome, and if everybody reading this, remembers where "Tailspin" got it's grove from.
You will also remember all the romancing of the stone series.

Robo-cop, MadMax, and even Escape from were far more
fun to watch then Indiana Jones. He was an all new moderate hero, in a present day world. You can't even tell him apart from the 1980's and 1960's. With Desert Storm at
play nobody really cared about that alongside Rambo.
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