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Tomb Raider: Anniversary

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary retraces Lara Croft's original genre-defining adventure — globe-trotting 3rd person action-adventure in pursuit of the legendary Scion artifact. Using an enhanced 'Tomb Raider: Legend' game engine, the graphics, technology and physics bring Lara's adventure and pursuit of a mystical artifact known only as the Scion right up to today's technology standards and offers gamers a completely new gameplay experience. Re-imagined, Anniversary delivers a dynamic fluidly and fast Lara Croft, massive environments of stunning visuals, intense combat and game pacing, and an enhanced and clarified original story.
  • Epic Exploration - The lost city of Atlantis and ancient Egyptian pyramids are ripe for discovery: explore every hidden dark crevice and impossible heights; enter into strange, undiscovered lands and solve their deepest, darkest mysteries; open doors to new realms, uncover great rewards and unearth secrets to Lara's past.
  • Acrobatic Gunplay - Deftly leap around charging enemies while you unleash a hail of bullets from your trademark dual pistols.
  • Lethal Predators - The wilderness awaits with a wide range of bestial predators—from bats to wolves to bears—ready to defend their territory from human encroachment. New and improved AI means that all enemies will exhibit a more diverse behaviour set, providing improved combat challenges for the player.
  • Supernatural elements are used sparingly to provide a mystical allure around the world, while maintaining the world's grounded core. The awesome T-Rex and intriguing Atlantean centaurs suck you in to the wonderfully intriguing and mysterious world of Tomb Raider.
  • Death-Defying Environmental Playground - Leap over massive gaps, cling onto rock ledges, and swim through underground tunnels.
  • Solve the Diabolical Machinery of the Past - seek to outwit the brilliant ancient designers of many epic puzzles and vaults in order to uncover their secrets. Be warned that they do not take kindly to 'meddling', and as such, the price of failure is extreme.
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Crystal Dynamics
Eidos Interactive
Feral Interactive
Square Enix, Eidos Interactive, Feral Interactive
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

Minimum: Microsoft Windows Vista, 2000, or XP, Pentium 3 1.4Ghz or Athlon XP 1500+, 4GB free space, 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 64 MB 3D Accelerated Card with TnL (GeForce 3TI / Radeon 9 series), 512MB RAM (Windows Vista) or 256MB RAM (Windows 2000/XP), Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista compatible sound card (100% DirectX 9.0c -compatible), 100% Windows 2000/XP/Vista compatible mouse and keyboard
Recommended: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, Pentium 4 3.0Ghz or Athlon 64 3000+, Microsoft Windows XP/Vista compatible sound card (100% DirectX 9.0c -compatible), 1GB RAM, 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 64MB 3D Accelerated Card with Pixel Shader 2.0 (GeForce 6000 series / Radeon X series)

System requirements for macOS

OS: 10.9.5
Processor: 1.8 GHz
Graphics: 256 MB
Mac OS: 10.9.5
Hard Disk: 5 GB
Input: Keyboard & Mouse

The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series and Intel GMA series.
OS: 10.10.5
Processor: 2.4 GHz
Graphics: 512 MB
Mac OS: 10.10.5
Hard Disk: 5 GB
Input: Gamepad

The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series and Intel GMA series.

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary reviews and comments

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Admittedly, I haven't arrived at the End of Tomb Raider: Anniversary. Normally, you should refrain from writing Reviews of Games you haven't finished. In the Case of this Remake, however, I'll just make an Exception. I remember that I had at least alluded to the ORIGINAL game on PC at the time as a rather unclamped Player, who, unlike the SNES controller, was a Foreign Body and who was completely overwhelmed with the Size of the Levels. The Jump Park tour in the Villa, however, became very familiar to me. The Anniversary version of the Game does a lot of Things right and enhances some archaic Concepts from back then. Jumping and Climbing, for example, is much better off your Hand, although it is far from perfect. The Graphics, even if a little more on the almost comic Side of the early Xbox 360/PS3 Era, appeal to me quite well overall. What I like excellently with Tomb Raider: Anniversary is the Atmosphere and The Game design. Unlike modern action "Adventures" of the Uncharted Brand or the first TR reboot, the Relationship between climbing/Erkunden/puzzles is to solve puzzles and to locate Action approximately at 80-20. On this Point, the Game is really pleasantly classic and offers a welcome Change from the bristling bombast, especially today in 2018. I really like that in this Game you spend so much Time looking around and a Feeling for Places to develop, then come to Solutions to Problems. I miss these Kinds of Games where you just have to open your Eyes and experiment a little bit, instead of always being presented instantly with the obvious Solution. You don't just run out straight all the time-who would have thought it. There is one Thing to complain about, however: The Controls and, in particular, the camera are a Horror. Lara has an incredible Turning Circle and moves quite unsmooth, sometimes even insanely suicidal. The Camera absolutely never knows where to go. When Walls are Nearby, she gets stuck on it, fidgets around and everything is in the Picture except the Character. Then sometimes "cinematic" Camera changes come out of Nowhere, so you joyfully jump into the next Abyss because you're running in the wrong Direction. These problems are constantly confronted at TR: Anniversary. So If you want to experience a beautiful, classic Adventure Game with a super cool Heroine and bring the necessary Patience, you can certainly access it here. The Game is already a bit old baking and obviously does not reach out to the new Tomb Raider games in terms of presentation etc. (The Cutscenes have almost slapstick character according to today's Standard, for example), but offers a pleasant Exploring Through ancient Temples. And Lara Dual-Wielded here still-as befits it-her two Shooting Trips and does flick flacks. What's not to love?
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