Reviews and Problems with Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness
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Buggy or not, it�s still a Tomb Raider game :-)
Destructoid Gameboi, Amazon
10 July 2004
Summary: The latest in the long line of Tomb Raider games, Angel of Darkness has a reputation that no game developer would be envious of producing.... that of a bug laden, uninspiring game. I'm not here to tell you that it's completely untrue, but it's certainly not the gospel either.
Summary: In the game industry, when a game is tested, it goes in two phases: alpha and beta. Alpha stage is the very beginning of testing in which the game is still under development and there are still many things missing, things needed to be added, and numerous bugs still present in the game.
Summary: The first time I played this new revamped version of the great Tomb Raider series, I hated, hated, HATED the new controls! They were horrifically bad. This game feels like it wasn't even finished.
Summary: Well. Ive beaten the game and ill tell you what I think. I did like the game. People complain and whine about the controls. I had no problem with the controls. Acctualy, they were quite easy to use. Lara is not that slow. C'mon, why would you want to zip through the game?
Summary: I have been a Tomb Raider fan since day 1. I have enjoyed every game's playability and storyline. I couldn't wait until Tomb Raider came out on PS2. Then I played it. The graphics are great, better than any other TR.
Summary: Having been a fan of Tomb Raider and Lara Croft since the first game hit the PS one, I could hardly wait to get my fingers on The Angel of Darkness. I bought the game the first day in the stores and was really looking forward to play. And it's a good game.
Summary: OK here's how it is. I'm a dedicated Tomb Raider fan. Every single TR title i've played and enjoyed many, many times. If I could only play one game for the rest of my life it would be a TR title. Right, that's that out the way.
Summary: I could not wait to get my hands on this game, "Angel Of Darkness" was touted as a next generation in video game history. Reportedly Ms Croft would be revamped and reinvented...and return to her place as a video game icon; well don't hold your breath.