Reviews and Problems with Tomb Raider: Anniversary
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I would recommend this game to the true TR fans.
Phoenix630 , GameStop
26 August 2011
Summary: All in all this game was pretty true to the original as far as the levels go. You are able to recognize each one, but a lot has changed. Some of the puzzles are more difficult than others, but thank goodness for the interwebs. :) The graphics were pretty good on the 360 compared to the PS2 version. There's a lot more shimmying, and some pointless obstacles, but what else is new? Controls aren't too bad, but there are some instances where you may get frustrated.
Summary: This game is extremely exciting and keeps you wanting to play it. Though there are some parts, such as the T-Rex parts which is a little out of the way, but that's tomb raider is about. This addition to long series lives up to its name and reputation. The producers a feel that you need to finish the game after a few choice parts where the story line really take off. Even when the story line takes off it's toward the beginning and I never wanted to stop playing.
Summary: This game really takes me back to 96 when I first played Tomb Raider on the Sega Saturn. That game wowed me more than anything I had ever seen before, and now TRA has done the same once again on the PS2. The graphics are absolutely amazing for a system that is rapidly aging. The puzzles in the game range from fairly easy to mind-numbingly difficult. Though some of them can get you frustrated, it never gets to a point where you would throw down the controller and quit.
A worthy remake of the game that introduced Lara Croft.
Cat Meister, amazon.co.uk
17 January 2014
Summary: The original Tomb Raider was a great game in itself, with plenty to do despite the limitations of the engine, but Anniversary takes that much-loved game and makes it better, remaking the environemnts in full 3D glory and improving the original's puzzles. Lara has new moves and some of the cutscenes are interactive, requiring quick thinking so that she doesn't get killed.
Summary: I always loved the Tomb raider games. My daughter got a new Xbox for xmas so I took the old ps2 (still running like new). My Dad bought it for her before he died so working or not it stays with us. I found some of the old games Daddy bought her and ordered a few I wanted to play. I really like the Tomb Raider Anniversary. Just started playing it so I am still trying to get into the building lol but it's fantastic.
Summary: If you are a fan of Lara Croft, this is a Musthave! I have played every TRgame since the first one on PS1. This is a remake of the first Tomb Raider, but it is still a whole new game . The story makes a lot more sense in this one , and it is beautifully made, with lovely surprises even for the most seasoned gamer.
Summary: If you liked the original Tomb Raider you'll love this - It really took me back - I love the story which is far more detailed and in depth than the original but still keeps true to the style - My nephew also loves this - Killing the dinosaur was the highlight of his afternoon on level two !! A brilliant game you can come back to over and over. Love it.
Summary: I have always loved the Tomb Raider games, and am very familiar with Tomb Raider for the PS1 (The game this is the remake/remastery for). It is closely adapted to the original, but with enough difference to keep it diverse and enjoyable. I have also played the HD version which has been released for PS3, and is included in the Tomb Raider Trilogy, which is amazing. The puzzles differ from the original PS1 version, which is good.