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Tomb Raider: Anniversary (PS2)

Tomb Raider: Anniversary (PS2)
alaScore 89

55 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 55 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Tomb Raider: Anniversary- PS2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 55 reviews)

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary

 

It's hard to believe that nearly 11 years have passed since the original Tomb Raider hit store shelves for both the Playstation and Sega Saturn. Wowing gamers at the time thanks to a strong female character and great platforming action, the title went...

Even though the enemy AI is still very incompetent and there are some glitches/problems with the camera throughout, this remake of the original Tomb Raider is still one of the best titles the series has seen yet. It is consistently fun to play and...

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Tomb Raider Anniversary

 

Why Eidos, you remembered our Anniversary. And what a wonderful gift you brought!

Awesome nostalgia; great series entry for new-comers; solid engine

Camera hates jumping; unforgiving puzzles

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Tomb Raider Anniversary

 

When Tomb Raider came out in 1996 it revolutionized the gaming industry. Like a breath of fresh air the adventure genre was alive again and Lara paved the way for female heroes (large breasts and all). It was a game to root for, the title to play, and...

Maybe Tomb Raider Legend spoiled me but Anniversary just paled in comparison to the latest Croft adventure. The gameplay isn't quite as solid, the graphics aren't as good, and the sound isn't as impressive. Still, this game was never intended to be a...

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary Review

 

Lara returns in her original adventure, but this re-issue of the decade old classic is well worth checking out.

Even though Tomb Raider: Anniversary has its ups and downs, it is most certainly worthy of anyone who had a chance to play the original or anyone who had wanted to. The visual upgrade and redesign breathes new life into the old game and even though it...

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

In recent years, remaking games has become something of a fad. We've had the likes of Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes, Resident Evil, Doom 3, Dead or Alive Ultimate, as well as the forthcoming likes of Speedball 2 and Chronicles of Riddick. However...

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary Review

 

Bouncier Lara, old and bothersome camera.

Tomb Raider nuts will revisit this game for nostalgia alone. Those who haven't played the original, however, may grow bored, even angry. It certainly doesn't compare to today's best action games, which go beyond simple item fetching and box pushing,...

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary

 

Coming off of 2006's Tomb Raider: Legend, it appeared as if, for the first time in what must have seemed like an eternity, the series that simultaneously gave birth to both modern 3D adventure and iconic video game heroine Lara Croft had returned to...

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Tomb Raider: Underworld

 

Following the franchise's legendary return to success under the direction of Crystal Dynamics, Underworld, the studio's sophomore production with Lara Croft, aims to maintain the high level of solid, free-flowing action that reinvigorated the series, whil

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30 Missions of Excellence

 

For those who are unfamiliar with tactical RPGs in general, and the Front Mission series in particular, here's an overview: The story plays out like in most other RPGs. The battle system is markedly different, however. You must move your characters ...

Combat engine is an incredible improvement over FM3

Too short for proper plot development

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Wanzer Sounds like Weiner

 

Although not as well-known as the Final Fantasy series (but really, what other Square game is?), Front Mission has maintained a dedicated following of its own; I'm part of it. Since the last Front Mission game release on the PSX, I have been eagerly ...

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