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Ahead of the forthcoming release of the fourth Indiana Jones movie, Activsion and LucasArts gave AusGamers an early look at the June release of Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures. We busted out the fedora hat, leather jacket and infamous whip and ran Indy through the first two levels of the game, most notably, the famous first temple from Raiders of the Lost Ark. What we found was Traveller's Tales have perfected their formula even more than we thought they could with excellent visuals, new gameplay features and a very authentic Indiana Jones experience.

You'll have over 60 characters to unlock and play through the most infamous moments of the first three films, either in single-player or cooperatively. For the full preview, hit this link.

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