Excerpt: Tomb Raider Legend is the 7th game in the series featuring adventurer Lara Croft. We are all massive Tomb Raider fans in our house and this game is one that gets used a lot. The game was the second one to come out on the PS2 platform and is a lot better than the first one Angel of Darkenss.
Excerpt: I bought this game when it first came out in 2006 for PlayStation 2. I had previously played the older games on the PlayStation and being a fan of tomb raider I was hoping this game wouldn't be a disappointment since the Angel of Darkness game, and im glad to say it wasn't.
Summary: If you have ever played on the early playstation 1 versions of tomb raider, you will be amazed by this game. Now, the graphics are amazing, the controls are so much easier, and the gameplay is fun, addictive and challenging! The storyline is great.
Summary: There's no doubt about it, this is the comeback that the Tomb Raider series deserved after the failure of 'Angel of Darkness'. The new enviroments are rich and detailed with a beautiful colour pallet, and Miss Croft looks better than ever with a more dynamic appearance.
Summary: This is by far the best Tomb Raider adventure that Eidos have made to date. They took some incredible leaps in the development process since the last Lara Croft game and the finishing result is astounding. The graphics have advanced phenomenal amounts and the gameplay is irresistably classy.
Summary: I have never played a TombRaider game before but I am hooked. This game is a great combination of exploration, action and puzzles. It reminds me of Zelda Ocarina of Time, (another great combination of elements on the old N64), but without the "cute" factor.
Summary: The latest game along the Tomb Raider timeline (apart from Anniversary which harks right back to the original), for me has reinvented the Tomb Raider franchise. The previous few offerings were luke warm at best but with Legend, Tomb Raider is back and kicking some ass.
Summary: A visual feast, a storyline worthy of a Hollywood movie, a soundtrack worthy of an Oscar. This is the natural evolution of the Lara Croft games, as computer graphics have become more and more photo realistic, so the characters, situations and locations have to become more believable.