Reviews and Problems with Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
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This was a great buy!
3 January 2014
Summary: I found out about this game from my grandson, who had played the demo version on the "Generator Volume 2" disc. "It's filled with traps and puzzles," he says. "I really wanted the full version for months." He loves to collect old video games. This, along with Quake III: Arena, Dead or Alive 2 and some others. Thank you for this great gift!
Summary: i like playing and solving the puzzles of the early tomb raider games so i thought i would give this one in the series a try. i like the better graphics, save game anytime and the new abilities that lara now such as climbing poles and swinging on ropes plus able to climb around corners. she also has new and different items to put in her inventory such as binoculars with zoom/night vision, laser sight, crossbow ect...
Summary: I was looking for a game to buy when I came across this one I heard people talk bout this game but never played it till at my friend house and wanted to get a copy for myself. It's a good game long levels to play around and the fact it's a ps1 game and it look so good and not block like graphic good game.
Summary: Was awesome to take a flash back to the old Tomb Raider game play days. Little hard to get use to the old controls but no complaining on my end. The game booted up and played perfect even after over 10 years and worked as described on the ebay page, not much damage to disk even!
Summary: I purchased Tomb Raider 4 after playing Legend, Anniversary, and Underworld because I wanted to experience previous story lines. Last Revelation is not a forgiving game and do not expect to finish without many deaths. The default d-pad controls are horrible and I advise anyone playing to switch to Analog. Many of the actions can be frustrating to master but this was a common issue with the early Tomb Raider games.
Summary: Well the graphics in this TR stepped up considerably. No more graphic glitches and Lara looks smoother and less blocky. She controls a tad bit better but pretty much the same (not PS2 standards). But we love Lara. This adventure was much more enjoyable because it had you in Egypt for the whole game. It really felt like a specific mission. She flips back, left, right and jumps foward while shooting. Lara sprints to make timed objectives.
Excerpt: "Finally a good console has a Lara game, yes!! The first decent console was the Saturn and now the Dreamcast gets its fair share of the two best Lara games. The first one, and the last one. yes, this game is vastly improved over the original but it is no where near Dreamcast standards, although in saying that, it is well past Playstation standards, WAY past. The gameplay is MUCh better with the Dreamcast controller than the inferior playstation ...