How about we uplift this thread a bit, by talking about the good Indiana Jones games. I'll start with Emperor's Tomb, released in 2003, an action-adventure with light platforming and puzzle solving.
One of the best things in this game, is the hand to hand combat, and I consider it one of the best, as every punch and hit feels like it has impact, with small details such as when you slam a guy in a wall the screen shakes a bit, not too much to be annoying, but just a bit to create the impression of an impact, or how you could slam a guy into a table, the table breaks, but then you pick up the table leg and hit the other guy with that wooden leg, or how if you get punched enough ,your hat falls off and after the fight you go and pick it back up. There are lots of small little things, and the fact that the enemy can do the same stuff to you as well, makes every fight feel exciting. The game also has a diverse cast of characters to punch, from australians, to nazis, to muslims, to chinks and even zombie chinks. The game also features ranged weapons, and while they are fine, I always prefer the hand-to-hand combat, or melee fighting using swords or shovels.
The graphics are also good, and in spite of how old the game is, it still manages to look decent even today, I guess it had the right amount of polygons and a good art style.
The story is decent and does it's job of explaining why Indy goes from country A to country B, and canonically the game ends right when the second movie starts. The music is also what you would expect from an Indy game.
The game can be a bit tedious at times, as this is an older game, so don't expect the amount of hand holding you have in today's games, the combat and AI can be a bit janky at times, but nothing that would ruin the experience.
One warning though, is that you will fight the nazis in this game and they are not the good guys, but on the other hand you get to dress as one at one point and even do a sieg heil to pass a checkpoint. For me this wasn't enough to ruin the experience, but I know there are some people here who would not want to play something like this.
All in all, I think it's a great game and worthy of a playthrough.