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 Written by John Scalzo  on October 02, 2009

News: And other "What If?" scenarios on display in Lego Indiana Jones 2.



LucasArts has released a new trailer for Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues that shows off some of the new features of the sequel.

Among those new features are a first look at the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull levels and the game's level editor. It also features a few scenes of the new "What If?" scenarios from the first three films Lego Indy will have to deal with. For example, what if Mola Ram summoned Kali to do his dirty work at the end of Temple of Doom? Or what if Indy had to fight the swordsman from Raiders of the Lost Ark? Or what if it ended on a dance-off with Tot bustin' a move? And what if the source of the face-melting Wrath of God was a disco ball?

Yeah, it's quite possibly the greatest trailer ever.



We'll have more soon.



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