Tomb Raider III
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Thousands of years ago a meteor crashed into Antarctica and the shockwaves of its impact are being felt in the modern age. Lara Croft will follow clues leading to a deadly secret, boldly leaping chasms and blasting monsters that no one has leaped or blasted before. This time she faces a mystery that's from way out of this world. Tomb Raider III is a complex adventure that combines puzzles with high-speed action.
Nostalgia strikes backPlayTyrant | May 10, 2015 | See all PlayTyrant's reviews »
I remember the day I received this game for my birthday, it was awesome and a great change from TR2. The combat system it's pretty much the same, but the ambience, the ability to ride vehicles (that quad!), they kept everything as 'Tomb Raider' as possible. But better. The sound quality is just what the games on that time were, a lot of looped sound effects are short and repetitive (the fire for example) and there's a lot of recycled sounds from the previous games. But hey, we're talking about an old school game! This was all about gameplay, and though the 'tank control' is quite annoying sometimes, it still provides you with loads of fun. It's not an easy to beat game, keep that in mind!
A more advanced version of the second and first games.rjb789 | Sept. 24, 2013 | See all rjb789's reviews »
This third version of the Tomb Raider franchise offers up better graphics and new ways to tackle each of the large, varied in which Lara Croft , the main protagonist, has to traverse in order to find the precious artifacts. Much of the core game play of the first games has stayed the same but the most noticeable change is the improved graphics. Lara now looks more three dimensional and she feels more real and like you are actually controlling someone and not an object. Overall the game improves on the original Tomb Raider formula and is a must buy for fans of the series.
Another classic Tomb Raider, another masterpieceSpeed4Runs | Aug. 10, 2013 | See all Speed4Runs's reviews »
Same story as Tomb Raider II: TR III Adventures of Lara Croft brings out all goodies of older Tomb Raiders and improves them. Now, we will be able to do even more moves, such as sprint, and crouch. Lara moves more "naturally" and graphics improved very much (in fact, it's a bit more laggy than TR2). There are really good light effects and water colors, related to the zone which you are playing. Yeah, there are different zones, and this time, they're many: antarctica, jungle, temples, London, cathedrals, South Pacific, and many others. This is a very long and hard game. I suggest you to buy it immediately! Graphics + performance: 6.75 *Graphics: 7.5 - Simply amazing! Light effects are VERY good, as well as water, and textures improved drastically! *Performance: 5.75 - It's not as good as graphics, since it may lag on older PCs, but it's still good and enough to enjoy this amazing game. Plot: 6.75 It's very good and it features some twists. Sometimes, you will remain without words! Longevity: 7.5 VERY long game, which features a lot of missions which are VERY long. And since it's fun, you will hardly ever stop playing it. Gameplay: 7.5 It is various, since you can even drive vehicles, and you even have some new moves to discover. You have many other weapons, and this is a hard game. Awesome gameplay. Sound: 7 Same as TR2: amazing soundtracks and excellent dubbing (both Italian and English). Avg. score: 7.1 I'll give it a bonus because it actually, thanks to its success and its awesomeness, revolutioned adventure games (+0.5) FINAL SCORE: 76 Again, 100% recommended to anyone! It's a mind-blowing game!
Classic Gaming, but a bit repetitiveConorEngelb | Aug. 3, 2013 | See all ConorEngelb's reviews »
Just as good as Tomb Raiders I and II, Tomb Raider III possessed the same adventuring style, traps and puzzles that made the other games great. But by this point, the lack of major changes to the franchise was beginning to show. While it was enjoyable, the game no longer felt quite as special, or that it was pushing the envelope.
Ongoing serieslok0812 | July 26, 2013 | See all lok0812's reviews »
This is when the series begins to reaches its downfall but never the less it is still a solid game. The reason for downfall is because there aren't many innovations to the series except you going to a tomb in this new place to explore. The only things they added for this entry are puzzle elements and more new gadgets. The visual is a lot more cleaner compared to when the game was first introduced. Storyline continues from where it left off from the series. Still a solid entry to the franchise and a must get for Tomb Raider fans.