LEGO Indiana Jones 2 Will Continue Adventure With Online Coop

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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.

The publisher writes on its official Twitter account today that it's readying a patch for LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues that will add online co-op play to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. That brings it up to speed with LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.


LucasArts addresses one of our concerns with the game—a lack of user-created level sharing online—saying "you'll be able to join others as they build and play their levels." Maybe not the sharing you had in mind, but it's better than the current implementation.

We're happy to see that LucasArts agrees with us that offline-only co-op belongs in a museum.

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That last sentence was a little harsh, McWhertor. Online co-op will never be able to completely emulate the joy 2 good friends can have in a living room a late night with co-op games like this. I'm sorry, but that's the truth...there's something special about that kind of gameplay. And I, for one, would not want to see that banished to the dusty corners of a museum.