Our finalists for Game of the Year have all been announced and continue to be hotly debated within Kotaku Tower as we try to come to a conclusion, but those three titles weren't the only ones of note in 2009.
LucasArts latest LEGO adventure may have all the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull that Indiana Jones fans demanded, but it was lacking in one key feature — online cooperative play. That's something LucasArts plans to remedy.
With the three best Indiana Jones movies already tapped in the first LEGO Indiana Jones game and rage over the fourth Indy film still not fully dissipated, LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues may be on shaky LEGO bricks.
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues didn't sound like a whole lotta new to me when I first heard about it, but this play mode looks like it's worth the price of admission alone.
The opening moments of this trailer for Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues portray a dance party concept I find much more intriguing than the actual game.
Since Kingdom of the Crystal Skull barely had enough content for a movie, Traveller's Tales is including reworked versions of the original trilogy and a level editor in the newly-announced LEGO Indiana Jones 2.