Summary: These are facts about my favorite Tomb Raider game this game is awesome too bad SOME people don't think so. Upon its release, Tomb Raider: Legend topped the UK game charts for 3 straight weeks and it is now part of the Platinum Range for PlayStation 2 titles. Fact that is true, Tomb Raider: Legend gave the series the strongest critical response it had received since Tomb Raider II in 1997, and it remains one of the highest-rated games in the history of the franchise.
Summary: I completely loved this game. It was the first Tomb Raider I ever played and after that, I wanted to play all of the others. It has a terrific story line, and the game play is awesome. The only flaw was when you fell off a cliff or somewhere, that you climbed up, you had to climb all the way back up. It's a good game for someone that is just looking for something to play, and has an interesting story.
Summary: Legend was the first tomb raiders game I played. I liked almost everything about it. The graphics were pretty good. Sometimes it would be a little hard to see, thoughv even with Lara's light because it didn't light up things that weren't close enough. Also, the sound was good, but when the guy is talking to Lara on her headset it was really hard to hear what he would say.
Summary: This was my first tombraider game to play on ps2. It was so fun! The grafics were pretty good, like in the story/movie scenes the they were really good, and during game play they were good too. It was very adventurous and fun! Some parts are hard to get through so i printed out a game guide, it helped me alot. Then i went through the level i got it, so i could do it my memory. The toughest level was the one in africa when you had to fight that guy, but it wasnt too bad.
Summary: I personally think that this ungrateful game is giving the tomb raider games a bad name. When I played it I got stuck on so many things cause of its interface. (interface means to follow the directions given) There was no interface what so ever, and I had to figure it out all by myself. Another bad thing is the graphics. When you look close up to a face it'll come out all blurry. Another bad thing is the aiming.
Summary: Too short! Previously, I played TR3 & a bit of TR-TLR. This game certainly looks more polished than the other games I once played, but the charm and sense of real adventure are missing. The environments seem less detailed and lack the kind of sounds that brought the world to life in the old games. The story line is also much, much less interesting - at the end of the game I was left wondering exactly what I had achieved, other than re-assembling an old sword ..
Summary: The length was the only thing that lost this game a star. I've played various TR titles, never really in order, so I'm normally quite open-minded about what to expect from them: I appreciate that each one will have its own unique 'feel'. Legend's 'feel' was one of beauty. I adored the settings and the rich and varied environments available to explore. More of the same, please!