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jonathanrij 01-08-19 23:08

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Originally Posted by lance6439 (Post 8116575)
Currently replaying and its been a long time since i've played this game.

whats everyones stances on killing monkeys? :p

Destroy them all.

https://i.imgur.com/Kflyf1Y.gif

OT: I've grown to love TR3 even more over the years. I really enjoyed RX-Tech Mines last time I played it, even though I was never much of a fan of this level before. There's always something new to appreciate when it comes to the classics, but I feel this is particularly the case with TR3 (and 4). The amount of replay value they offer is enough for me to never get bored of this series.

redfox45 03-08-19 12:47

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Originally Posted by lance6439 (Post 8116575)
Currently replaying and its been a long time since i've played this game.

whats everyones stances on killing monkeys? :p

Those little things that chimps snack on when they are peckish? Blast away.:D

Killing gorillas in TR1 though :cry:

Gorillas are like the most gentle and wholesome creatures on the planet. Amazed that they kept it in anniversary.
Every TR1 playthrough is a no gorilla death run.

templeofxian 03-08-19 13:08

TRIII is my favourite of the series. I love the locations, the vehicles (the mine, whilst frustrating, is one of the best parts), and I think the challenge is what draws me to it - TLR is a difficult game, but III blows it out of the water in terms of how hard it is.

On the monkeys, I always feel bad killing them, but stop stealing my pickups, damnit. :p

lance6439 08-06-20 19:36

Trying to play some TRIII on Steam and for some reasons the arrow keys and a few other buttons don't work. I can't move forward with the UP cursor however the number on my keypad work for controlling Lara :confused: how can I change these? (I'll probably think of some obvious answer while I'm at work)

Lara_Fan1 08-06-20 21:21

Have you tried going into the control panel in the pause menu?

GabrielCroft 09-06-20 01:47

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Originally Posted by Maverin (Post 8106694)
You are right. This is one of those games that get better by time, once you already know what to do in certain otherwise frustrating parts. The scenery is very unique and stunning, even with the outdated graphics.

Tomb Raider III is a real treasure.

Yes! I mastered India, South Pacific and Nevada sections pretty well, but I still need to master London and Antarctica levels. :o

lance6439 09-06-20 07:00

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Originally Posted by Lara_Fan1 (Post 8204866)
Have you tried going into the control panel in the pause menu?

yup and its only giving me two sets to switch to which is weird because I remember sometime ago you were given the option to customize the buttons and whatnot? :confused:

https://i.imgur.com/wv5qx7c.jpg

Greenapple968 09-06-20 13:07

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Originally Posted by redfox45 (Post 8117359)
Those little things that chimps snack on when they are peckish? Blast away.:D

Killing gorillas in TR1 though :cry:

Gorillas are like the most gentle and wholesome creatures on the planet. Amazed that they kept it in anniversary.
Every TR1 playthrough is a no gorilla death run.

In Jungle, there's no need to kill the monkeys, unless they steal your potential pickups and don't give them back. :p

Maverin 09-06-20 14:26

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Originally Posted by redfox45 (Post 8117359)
Gorillas are like the most gentle and wholesome creatures on the planet. Amazed that they kept it in anniversary.
Every TR1 playthrough is a no gorilla death run.

I love the creatures but I wouldn't call them the most gentle creatures on the planet. They can be quite dangerous when they feel threatened.

SnatchingEdges 09-06-20 16:08

This game (and Shadow) has the best sounds, especially in India.


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