IMG Reviews Tomb Raider: The Trilogy
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IMG has posted a review by Richard Hallas of Tomb Raider: The Trilogy, published for the Mac by the good folks at Aspyr Media. Here's an excerpt:
Lara Croft... love her or loathe her, there's no denying that she's made a huge impact over the last few years, from the computer screen to the cinema screen via TV Lucozade adverts. Comprising a total of five major adventures, the Tomb Raider series has proven that a popular game format need not always rely on fast action and big guns to appeal to the masses. Indeed, it has shown that an exploration-based game with an emphasis on dexterity and puzzle-solving can attract a significant following beyond the traditional games-playing audience of spotty teenage males... including (shock, horror!) even females!The Trilogy is actually a collection of six games starring the inimitable (and unlikely) Lara Croft: the Gold Editions of Tomb Raiders I, II, and III, each of which treats the bonus Gold levels as separate games from the main scenarios.
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IMG Review: Tomb Raider: The Trilogy
Tomb Raider: The Trilogy
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