Join Michael Maitland as he reviews his experience with Rise of the Tomb Raider.
A story driven game where the story is "cliche" lets give it a 9. Yeah I dont think so. You need to take off more than one point for being unoriginal and uninspired. The game just dosent feel as good as its predecessor. Ive regretted buying this game all week. I have to force myself to play more.
Hmmm lol Rise of the Tomb Raider is better than the predecessor in every way combat, environments, graphics, weapon customization, set pieces, and puzzles I don't think you'd find it to be a popular opinion that the last Tomb Raider is better than this one
What about the plot, related dialog and character development. Those are major portions of what made TR:DE great. I dont care if my opinion is popular. I dont rate game based in their console exclusively. If you bought it and dont feel underwhelmed by good for you. My point is that the story is less entertaining (as the review stated) and that that should be taken into account in this score. I think it is a good game just not a 9 out of 10. I dont think everyone will share my opinion and yes people have the right to like the game but I also have the right to think it was less fun than its predecessor regaurdless of the graphical and gameplay "upgrades" It is just a honest opinion that I think people should know before buying the game.
Just because you feel that way doesn't mean everyone does. I haven't played it, so I can't comment either way. What I do know is that people have different tastes and opinions. I've seen many 9s and even 10s for this game, so it must be doing something right for a lot of people.
Just got game for my birthday , can't wait to get stuck in , loved first one
The game is awesome. Lots of AAA scores for this game already. http://www.metacritic.com/g... Must have for anyone getting an XB1 this holiday.
This is my game of the year.
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