Review: Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Review: Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Published On November 8, 2007 | By Luke De'ath | News
Reece gets his hot pants on and pushes out his chest in our Tomb Raider: Anniversary review for Microsoft’s Xbox 360


“After the achievement of bringing credibility back to the Tomb Raider franchise with Tomb Raider: Legend, Crystal Dynamics turns its sight towards recreating the classic acrobatic adventure of the original Tomb Raider game. Taking Lara back to her roots, you will once again traverse the familiar locations of Peru, Greece and Egypt, using familiar traits and gameplay mechanics seen throughout the series. The question is can the old girl wear those tight shorts and thrill gamers around the world once again? Well there is only one way to find out.

Anyone that has played the original Tomb Raider title will instantly know what to expect in all areas. Everything from the storyline to the environments is based closely on the original title and only change slightly to improve the gameplay and vary the experience. Obviously the game is intended to emulate the classic platform adventure and thankfully gives Lara a well needed face-lift after a decade of aging. Graphically, the game is most comparable to Tomb Raider: Legend but features environments that are less exotic and more comparable to the tomb styled crypts of the original.”

Read More

Let us know your thoughts on our review by leaving your comments below

About The Author

Bristol based Luke is a keen gamer who enjoys a good FPS or Stealth title. His Favourite game is Metal Gear Solid. Luke also loves FIFA and is a season ticket holder for Bristol Rovers FC