Tomb Raider: Legend Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: Tomb Raider: Legend revives the athletic, intelligent and entertaining adventurer who won the hearts and minds of gamers worldwide. Lara comes alive with intricately animated expressions, moves and abilities. An arsenal of modern equipment, such as a magnetic grappling device, binoculars,Tomb Raider: Legend revives the athletic, intelligent and entertaining adventurer who won the hearts and minds of gamers worldwide. Lara comes alive with intricately animated expressions, moves and abilities. An arsenal of modern equipment, such as a magnetic grappling device, binoculars, frag grenades, personal lighting device and communications equipment, allows gamers to experience tomb raiding as never before. Eidos and Crystal Dynamics shaped Lara's look and movements to be an inherent extension of her skills, motivation and personality. Lara's character model features natural structure, realistic textures, detailed facial features, reactive eyes and fluid motion, all of which make her part of a living environment. New character animations and controls allow her to move through stunning environments with grace and precision, while an understanding of the game's original appeal reinvigorates the fundamental explore-and-solve adventure experience. Collapse
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  1. Nintendo Gamer
    76
    Fun, frustrating exploration fest that you will want to finish no matter how many times you have to kill Lara to do so. [Dec 2006, p.40]
  2. Tomb Raider: Legend on the GBA delivers a solid platforming experience that actually manages to mix in a healthy dose of the gunplay and puzzles that the console versions contained.
  3. 55
    When your unlockable mini-games are more fun than your main adventure, you're in trouble. Tomb Raider: Legend has too many frustrations to forgive, taking what could have been a good Persia-style platformer clone and knocking it down to bland mediocrity.
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  1. Jan 13, 2012
    10
    Fun, frustrating exploration fest that you will want to finish no matter how many times you have to kill Lara to do so.I can say this becauseFun, frustrating exploration fest that you will want to finish no matter how many times you have to kill Lara to do so.I can say this because while playing the game,I only died 3 times ^ ^ Expand