Excerpt: Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness was almost universally hated for varying reasons, and Core Design the UK developer of all the previous games were therefore thrown off the franchise and the more than capable hands of Crystal Dynamics were enlisted to create this seventh game. With that little bit of history out of the way, lets talk about why the American development team were largely the right folk for the job.
Excerpt: Lara Croft makes her first appearance on the PSP with the latest action-adventure title Tomb Raider: Legend . And, with the massive Angel of Darkness debacle, many fans are saying it had better be good. Well thankfully, Legend generally makes for a great game, but it seems that the title's translation onto the handheld is a bit lacking. As far as the game's visuals are concerned, the presentation is good, but not great.
Excerpt: After years of waiting, Tomb Raider: Legend finally gave Lara fans the game they were waiting for. It was an admittedly short experience, but one never short on thrills. As a new start for the franchise Eidos couldn't have dreamt for a better game. PSP owners sadly missed out on all the fun a few months back, but the good news is that the PSP game is surprisingly faithful to the PC and home console smash hit.
Excerpt: Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend is the seventh instalment of the hugely popular series that has seen various movies and merchandise spin-offs resulting from the successful games. This time Lara is searching for a South American relic, but everything changes dramatically when she comes across a deadly character from her past - the peroxide-blonde, tattooed Amanda Evert - and then finds herself in a dangerous pursuit to find one of history's most famous artefacts.