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Submitted by Multigamer 2689d ago | review

360 Gamer Review Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Retro remakes are a funny old kettle of fish. While there's an undeniable nostalgic pleasure of re-treading old ground (albeit after it's had a healthy dose of next-gen spit and polish), there's always the danger that with the sheer pace of development in games over the intervening years, what you're left with somehow doesn't quite cut the mustard any longer. This uneasy balance is more than evident with Tomb Raider: Anniversary. (Tomb Raider: Anniversary, Xbox 360) 6/10

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