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17 February 2003 (USA) See more »
Indiana Jones is asked by a Chinese diplomat to find a mythical black pearl called Heart of the Dragon, supposedly buried in the long lost tomb of the first emperor of China, that grants unlimited power to its owner. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
David Esch ... Indiana Jones (voice)

Vivian Wu ... Mei Ying (voice)

Keone Young ... Marshall Kai / Ch'in Shi-Huang-Ti (voice)

Nick Jameson ... Von Beck / Ivory Hunters (voice)

Kai Wulff ... Richter / Soldier 3 (voice)

Matt Lindquist ... Kent

Jennifer L. Yen ... Feng Twin 1 / Feng Twin 2 (voice) (as Jennifer Yen)
Alan Drevin ... Wu Han (voice)

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Homonculus / Triad Ghoul (voice)

Jim Ward ... Soldier 2 (voice)

Phil Proctor ... German PA Announcer / Ivory Hunter (voice)
Arthur Eng ... Triad Grunt 1 / Triad Grunt 2 / Waiter (voice)
Herbert Primig ... Soldier 1 (voice)
Lei Yin ... Palace Guard (voice)

Torsten Voges ... Agent 1 / Colonel (voice)

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Produced by
Rick Watters .... producer
Original Music by
Clint Bajakian 
Art Department
David Robert Donatucci .... lead environment artist
Sound Department
Andrew Cheney .... sound designer
Eric Lewis .... assistant dialogue recording engineer
Music Department
Jared Emerson-Johnson .... music preparation
Jeff Kliment .... music editor
John Williams .... composer: theme music
Transportation Department
Brett Round .... transportation captain: second unit
Other crew
Kim Jardin .... compatibility technician
David Kelvin .... level designer

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According to the unlockable artwork, the character Abner Ravenwood (Indiana's mentor and father to Marion Ravenwood) was originally to make an appearance in the game, but had to be cut.See more »
Continuity: After Indy punches Von Beck and throws him into the water at the temple in Ceylon, the giant crocodile is right below him on the left. Then it cuts to Indy fighting the Ivory Hunters and then when it cuts back to Von Beck in the water, the giant crocodile is approaching Von Beck from way behind before eating Von Beck.See more »
Indiana Jones:[every time Indy finds a secret artifact] I'm gonna be a rich man... if I ever get out of this alive.See more »
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Best Indiana Jones game out there!, 23 November 2010
Author: brownish33 from United States

i tend to love playing movie based games if its based on a movie franchise i like a lot, and of all the past and present Indy games, this is easily hands down the best. the recent "staff of kings" was extremely weak in comparison, as that was mainly meant for the Nintendo wii and its gimmicky lame "motion" controllers. but this game, while not perhaps having the best graphics in the world, its light-years better. its structured like a movie, which i really liked. it has its own soundtrack, and a very intricate storyline. the other thing about the game i noticed last time i played is that its long. pretty long. i was surprised, because movie based games are usually very short and linear. this game though really felt like you were in a movie and moved the storyline along. you battle Nazi's and Chinese warriors and even meet a cameo character from Temple of Doom which was neat. the game is challenging, and you have to use your head to solve some puzzles which was nice cuz they are hard but not too hard. it had many different side game parts, like shooting down airplanes with a big gun or running and swinging away from a giant tank, or solving puzzles. the game has it all, and i actually got it only a couple years ago used. the storyline is strong as well, and you got the typical Chinese and Nazi villains, including one German with a weird voice and white eye. the other cool thing was that they actually used the term "Nazi" and used the swastika. i say this because in "staff of kings", the recent game that came out last year, did not have the swastika (instead it was a cross) and used the word "Germans" instead of Nazi's. there's even this one part where Indy says "Germans, why'd it have to be Germans" *BIG EYE ROLL*. just awful. but this game definitely had the more authentic feel. if your any kind of fan of Indiana Jones, this is the game to get.

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