Reviews and Problems with Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness
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Unpleasant gameplay system...
Matias Rubio, Amazon
16 January 2013
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.
Summary: Quite a few players out there rate the games on the graphics and pixels and grids... whatever. I am a gamer in it to get lost. Tomb Raider was always a fun series to play and that is what I enjoyed.
Summary: I am a die hard Tomb Raider fan. You know, got all the games and always have much fun playing them. My first TR was TR 2, The Dagger of Xian, you know, the Marco Bartoli game, that I got the year that came out, 1997.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the TR series, and have been playing them since TR2. So, it was with much anticipation that I bought TR_AOD. I brought it home, threw it in the PS2 and expected to be blown away. Instead, I was frustrated and disappointed.
Summary: looks like this game was put on the market long before it was actually completed. Lots of glitches, awkward camera angles, rough control of movement in general. It's a good thing the game allows you to "save" at any point during play, cause you're going to die a lot!
Summary: I just can't believe it. How could a Tomb Raider game turn out so terrible? The other reviews have said stuff about how bad the controls are and how there are loads of bugs. It's all true, but it gets worse. The programmers seem to have had trouble working out how to make the game challenging.
Summary: Am I the only one who feels that "Angel of Darkness" was rushed to coincide with the release of the film? Lara handles like a shopping cart from Hell. She's apparently unable to break into a fast run (especially when needed), instead having to slowly trot her way up to it (typically ending in...
Summary: I have been a fan of tombraider from the beggining and have enjoyed all of the previous titles. Having played on the PC previously, this was my first attempt with playstation. Although the graphics and art work is impressive; and they added a few bells and whistles to the moves, it is basically the...
Summary: The graphics on this game are amazing. So amazing in fact that the PS2 console has trouble handling it. There is so much slow down during some parts that it becomes ridiculous. On top of that Lara moves horribly slow. So slow, I wanted to toss the game out the window.
Summary: Had Eidos bothered to finish Angel of Darkness before they released it, they might've had a halfway decent game. It's certainly lengthy and offers a variety of challenges, even if the gameplay hasn't really advanced much beyond old-school Tomb Raider object-manipulation and shooting really dumb bad...