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Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings

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Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings
Release Date: June 9, 2009
Developer: Artificial Mind and Movement (PS2/Wii)
Amaze Entertainment (PSP)
Publisher: Lucasarts
Series: Indiana Jones
Platforms: Playstation 2
Nintendo Wii
Playstation Portable
Genre: Action-Adventure

Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings is an action-adventure video game developed by Artificial Mind and Movement (Wii/PS2 and DS) and Amaze Entertainment (PSP) with a Xbox 360/PS3 version of the game that was developed internally at LucasArts as the "Main" version that was cancelled.

The following weapons appear in the video game Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings:


Smith & Wesson M1917

The S&W M1917 is Indy’s sidearm throughout the game as well as Triad goons. (With PSP Indy obtaining his M1917 from a Triad he was chasing.) How it is used depends on the version, PS2/Wii Indy can only use it during certain "shooting gallery" sections while PSP Indy can still use it during most of the melee combat sections though he is unable to reload, with it instantly killing any enemies in addition to on-rails sections where it has considerably less stopping power but can be reloaded.

Smith & Wesson M1917 - .45 ACP
A tutorial conveniently pausing the game at an angle providing a close-up of the M1917 in the PSP version.
PSP Indy with his M1917 during a chase.
A single PSP German soldier in the game uses the M1917.

Luger P 04

The Luger P 04 appears as the main firearm used by German soldiers, it appears to be a Navy P 04 model as the barrel is longer than usual in the PSP version.

P 04 with stock - 9x19mm Parabellum
A German soldier holding Maggie O'Mally hostage with his Luger.

Submachine Guns


The MP40 appears being used by German soldiers/Triads in on-rails shooting sequences as well as Magnus Voller during his boss fight in the PSP version.

The is, as usual with most Indy media, anachronistic, as the game takes place in 1939, meaning it wouldn't have been available for German troops, let alone Triads in San Francisco.

MP40 – 9x19mm
PSP Magnus holds his MP40.
PSP Magnus fires his MP40 while gripping it by the magazine which isn't recommended as it can cause jams.



The Panzerschreck appears in certain shooting gallery sections in the PS2/Wii version.

RPzB 43 “Panzerschreck” rocket launcher with rocket – 88mm


AT Gun

An AT Gun appears aboard the PSP version of the Odin Zepplin, Indy damages cables to to make it slam into a door to break it open.

The AT Gun suspended in the air.

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