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Submitted by Rowland 2741d ago | review

Tomb Raider Anniversary: PlanetXbox360 Review

One of the better refinements to Anniversary is a modernized control set. If you've ever played a shooter, you'll have no problem picking up the controls. The left trigger locks on a target, while the right trigger fires. The left thumbstick controls Lara's movement, while the right pans and tilts the camera. The enhancement is not limited to controller mapping, as some of the more delicate tasks, such as careful leaps, seem to be more accurate than in the past.

Tomb Raider Anniversary developer, Crystal Dynamics, has promised an additional three hours of game play with environments expanded beyond the original. To be honest, unless you have a fantastic memory, much of the game is going to feel fresh to you anyway. That's not a knock on additional content, but rather a statement on how seamless Crystal Dynamics has been able to blend the old and the new. (Tomb Raider: Anniversary, Xbox 360) 7.6/10

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