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Ruu11 17-06-19 14:32

Happy 16th Anniversary TRAOD!
 
No words needed for praising this underrated gem...
Gone, but never forgotten.

https://i.postimg.cc/9FJnDKZ0/TRAOD-1-copia.jpg

Happy 16th Anniversary Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness!!!

Samz 17-06-19 15:42



Rest in Programming.

Caesum 17-06-19 16:54

TRAOD was the last breath of the real Lara Croft.

She will live on forever in our hearts.

TRExpertgamer 17-06-19 17:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ruu11 (Post 8101233)
No words needed for praising this underrated gem...
Gone, but never forgotten.

https://i.postimg.cc/9FJnDKZ0/TRAOD-1-copia.jpg

Happy 16th Anniversary Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness!!!

I especially very much do love on how the front box art looks like with all of this purple fire that's covered within!! :cool:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Caesum (Post 8101287)
TRAOD was the last breath of the real Lara Croft.

She will live on forever in our hearts.

And YES!! She'll always absolutely be the 1 and only very authentic type of Lara Croft that she will be as it all was developed from this very nice authentic British gaming developer studio which is Core Design as it all happens to be my favorite #1 gaming developer studio for the Tomb Raider franchise as it all deserves to continue to develop the rest of the AOD trilogy from the very start of this periodic of time that we're currently in but sadly, unfortunately it didn't make it.. :(

Amunet 17-06-19 17:58

I can't believe it's been 16 years since Lara Croft was seen for the last time... :(

TRExpertgamer 17-06-19 18:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Amunet (Post 8101314)
I can't believe it's been 16 years since Lara Croft was seen for the last time... :(

Yes!! From Core Design to begin with. Now today the franchise isn't the same way as it used to be to the point that I obviously certainly do see very much that the 1st 6 Tomb Raider games wasn't really meant to be left out into its own perspective to begin with which I really find it as full of dramatic sadness within it as I see how very unfortunate this drama for the Tomb Raider franchise had happened. :(

NoahCrofRaider 17-06-19 20:29

Round of applause for the game that is the quintessential definition of a diamond in the rough.

Itís not perfect, but it has so many good parts, cut or still in the game, that I still love it. It introduced Kurtis, brought in a flawed but still all-around better take on the classic controls, spun a fantastic tale in TRís history, and it gave us one of my favorite Laraís in terms of looks and personality.

TRExpertgamer 17-06-19 23:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by NoahCrofRaider (Post 8101389)
Round of applause for the game that is the quintessential definition of a diamond in the rough.

Itís not perfect, but it has so many good parts, cut or still in the game, that I still love it. It introduced Kurtis, brought in a flawed but still all-around better take on the classic controls, spun a fantastic tale in TRís history, and it gave us one of my favorite Laraís in terms of looks and personality.

Yes absolutely!! Core Design absolutely have done GREAT to develop Lara's story with AOD especially which I'm really crazy about this part of the Tomb Raider franchise to begin with. :cool:

Girafarig32 18-06-19 05:52

I feel so old now! I remember getting AoD for the first time. Still one of my favorites that I replay from time to time despite its incompleteness. It seems like I find something new during each playthrough, too.... endless fun. Cheers to AoD, and the many broken hearts of those who wish the game were complete.

Mai 19-06-19 11:02

Canít believe its been 16 years... my 15 year old brother just finished his first playthrough last week... said it was his favourite storyline of them all :) he was 1 when the game came out, so happy to hear even his generation appreciate the storyline 🖤


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