Summary: For the record, most Tomb Raider games of late will probably be better off forgotten, since the series as a whole, while not terrible, is nonetheless a worn out concept that is becoming less and less welcome upon each new release. More than that though, its just plain disappointing when you realize that people actually convince themselves that these are "good" or even decent games.
Summary: This is Tomb Raider's descention into drivel! This game steers Lara away from puzzle solving and into combat which is NOT what Tomb Raider is about. Considering there is a lot of combat it is implemented horribly, coupled with the way Lara handles it's a mixture of clunky and floaty and is just downright annoying. Couldn't be bothered to finish it!
Summary: We had completed the TR with the storyline of how Lara got started and how she got to be so bad-$%#. That game had great graphics, intuitive game play, and realistic action (especially when shooting). This game is Horrible. It takes 6-8 hits with the pistol to kill the henchmen, if you can even find the way up to the first one. The button pushes are not intuitive and you really get frustrated trying to play this game.
Summary: i paid $8 for my copy at Game Stop. They are asking WAY TOO MUCH for a game that is as old as this one. Go to game stop people. Especially with all of the glitches Tomb Raider games have, you shouldn't pay more than they're worth.
Summary: Tomb Raider: Legend was my 2006 game of the year (pause for applause). After years of not being a player of the action/adventure genre, that Lara now belongs to along with Mr Drake, Batman and some scruffy Prince of Persia, I really enjoyed this game. I thought the gameplay was great (apart from camera issues, key to the genre) but I went back and played through the levels again trying to achieve gold medals, something I rarely do in games but I found the flowing...