Reviews and Problems with Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness
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9 February 2013
Summary: I'm a huge Tomb Raider fan, and have been ever since the first one was released. Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness received so much negative feedback, but for me, I absolutely love it! It's my favorite in the series to date (I'm sure that'll change once Tomb Raider(2013) is released on March 5, 2013). I had this game for PC for years, but I really wanted to experience it on PS2 because of the 360 camera rotation.
Summary: Tomb Raider evolution - in terms of gameplay and details - through these days has surely been important. I ended up playing the last titles for the ps2 console like "Legends", "10th Anniversary" and I really liked them. If you had the chance to try the classic psx titles you will probably agree that all those improvements you wished that would be done in the future were done... The problem is, when comparing "Angel of Darkness" with the last titles...
Summary: I love this game so much. Once I got past the difficult controls and some glitches, I really got into the gameplay. One of the main reasons I love it is that the plot is so amazing and the levels are diverse. I have two levels left, but I'll definitely be replaying it again.
Summary: with no fault of the seller, i have to give this game an F. It was just a slow moving horrible game. I didnt even have it in for 15 mins before i stopped playing. However the Seller was great, quick shipping very nice transaction!!
Summary: I'm surprised that this game has received so many negative reviews. It's the first Tomb Raider game that I've ever played and, having read the bad reviews, I was expecting it to be truly abysmal. Were people playing a different game to me?? The graphics are excellent! The gameplay is thoroughly enjoyable, with lots of puzzles, etc. and it's HUGE! Lara does take some getting used to in the way she moves but I've had no real difficulty, and I'm a complete novice.
A refreshing breath of air for the constant musty tombs...
Derek Schulze "Lamassu", Amazon
28 July 2007
Summary: Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness, has a wonderful storyline that takes us away from the Tombs of ancient civilizations and brings us to the sinister underbelly of Lara's world that though she disdains, must experience nonetheless. Even Indiana Jones had to pull himself away from swashbuckling "archeology" to teach at a University and engage with people in a normal situation.
Summary: Overall, I really enjoy the game. I've been playing it since I got it in November, and I haven't gotten bored with it yet. But I usually play the game 8 or 10 hours a week, so I'm only 3/4 of the way through it. The first 3 weeks I started to think buying it was a mistake. The controls are hard to get used to, and are entirely too sensitive. But if you stick it out, get used to them, you'll really enjoy the game.
Summary: I am a diehard TR fan. I first became addicted to the series like junkies are addicted to cocaine back in 97. I was only five then, but my opinion is still credible, thank you very much! Then I couldn't play well, but enjoyed watching my dad. Since then, beating the games has been like a family tradition. By the time Chronicles arrived, I loved the game so much that I almost didn't want to admit that it slightly disappointed me.
Summary: This has to be the worst game of all time. I love Tomb Raider but man this stinks. Lara controls like a tank, just getting her to line up for a jump is a chore. You can tell they rushed this game out in time for the movie. There are so many bugs in this game, slow down even when there's nothing moving but Lara, the game freezes during jumps and I have to reset the game. Save often because you never know what will happen next.