Summary: A reminder of the excellent ground-breaking third-person gameplay many years back. This is a refreshing update with minor tweaks and improvements. A pity the character models are rather simple given today's standards. Nonetheless the lush environments and the nostagia are good reasons to relive this adventure. And this game will last you a good amount of time - a reminder that the length of games have shortened tremendously over the years.
Summary: I'm not a die hard TR fan, but I did enjoy these games back on consoles we now use as doorstops. I was pretty excited when I came across this game, allowing us to go back in time with enhanced graphics for new generation consoles.
Summary: If you're Chopin and have hands like him that can play piano on keyboard this is the game for you. I remember first series of games where 6 keys were all you needed to play beautifully and that was all. Now you got to play grand piano on the keyboard hitting control and E one after another, you must be crazy to do so. Instead on focusing on the game you must look at the keyboard for the right key to hit because if you miss you're dead.
Summary: Even if you're not a potty mouth, like me, you'll be amazed at what you say in frustrations playing this game. You'll have to put the game on hold, for several days, possibly look up how others beat a level and try and try again. The main reason for this, terrible camera and Lara doesn't cooperate. This edition is meant to bring Lara back to basics, hence "anniversary" from what I understand.
Summary: I have this to play on my computer however when I rcvd my xbox 360 I wanted to play the Tomb Raider Anniversary on my xbox - it certainly met all my expectations and I really enjoy playing this on my xbox360.