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Tomb Raider 3 review

Game-Over heeft een review gepost van Tomb Raider 3. Hier wat stuff:

Graphically Tomb Raider is on par with its predecessors, meaning it hasn't improved noticeably in over two years of development. In fact, it is obvious that Eidos has "toned down" some aspects to make the game more accessible to younger audiences (and unwitting parents.) Most noticeable is the pixilated hot-pink blood. The level design is virtually identical to previous TR efforts, cluttered and full of clich rock and spike traps. Again, same as before its D3D only, no GLide support here.

With games like Indy 3d very close to release, you would think Eidos could sense the upcoming competition, and put some effort in developing Tomb Raider 3 into something that would give these new comers a run for their money. One thing I would have especially liked to see is the addition of facial animations for Lara. The fixed smirk is so "1997", take a cue from Live '99 and give your character a little life. As you can see from the screen shots, Tomb Raider accomplishes nothing in the visual improvement area. The invention and innovation that TR once stood for is gone, and all that's left is a polygon girl with a bouncy.. err.. pony tail.



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