LucasArts announces that the world's least boring professor of archaeology returns to games in 2007.
When he's not teaching students about archaeology or working on his five-o'clock shadow, Indiana Jones is buckling swashes, trotting globes, and all other manner of derring-do. According to a statement from LucasArts, come 2007, he'll be back doing it on the "next generation of gaming consoles."
Developed internally by LucasArts, the yet-to-be-named Indiana Jones game promises the expected action and adventure in every nook and cranny of the world. Don't expect to run into to the same pea-brained Nazis, as LucasArts is promising "a noticeable evolution in physics and artificial intelligence."
News source: GameSpot