IMG Reviews Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review of Aspyr's Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness, the sixth installment in the series of action-adventure games. Here's a clip from the review:
During her two-year sabbatical, Core and Eidos have tried to refresh Lara's appeal and break away from the impression of a series of spin-offs based on spin-offs. Angel of Darkness attempts to make a fresh start for the game's story and content, as well as updating the game engine and graphical quality by a considerable degree.To check out the entire review, please follow the link below.
IMG Review: Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness
The changes take a number of forms. The most obvious difference, right from the start, is the greatly improved quality of the graphics, which I'll discuss later. Aside from the visual improvements, though, Lara now has a wider variety of moves and a stealth mode, and the reliance on an obviously block-based environment has been removed. Lara can explore her environment in a less linear way, hold conversations with other characters in the game, and improve her physical skills over time. On top of that, there's a new character called Kurtis Trent for the player to control (for a total of three levels), and the atmosphere of the game is now darker than before, with a story that involves murder and the occult.
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