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Old 24-09-22, 23:28   #251
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I love this game and it is my favorite. I enjoy the difficulty of the game, and the atmosphere. Has my favorite voice actress and the music was fantastic. I replay this once a year.

I loved the carts you had to ride on the tracks in mines and the creepy mutant things. I still have not gotten to play the bonus level and it's been years I have been playing this game. I always forget a secret because I get sidetracked.

If I have one complaint, it is that it is too darn dark! I got sick of lighting flares. I swear I don't remember it being that dark when I was younger.
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Old 11-11-22, 20:45   #252
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Tinnos might be my favourite of the bunch.
I like a good challenge.

I am at this level now and love the puzzles and gameplay. The ruins are cool too.

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I always find it very easy to complete all of the Core Design TR games because I've played with them very very often.
I like your attitude about the Classics! I am stuck in Tinnos but won't be for much longer. This game has provided so much fun and excitement and I plan to play it again.

[QUOTE=laragate;8376093]I love this game and it is my favorite. I enjoy the difficulty of the game, and the atmosphere. Has my favorite voice actress and the music was fantastic. I replay this once a year.

I loved the carts you had to ride on the tracks in mines and the creepy mutant things. I still have not gotten to play the bonus level and it's been years I have been playing this game. I always forget a secret because I get sidetracked.

More reasons why this game is so awesome! Thank you Laragate!



Crystal, please remake this Classic game! This is what fans want.

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Old 11-11-22, 21:38   #253
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The London levels have such incredible atmosphere, it's a shame the level design is so confusing and nonsensical. Lud's Gate is the only level out of the entire Classic trilogy I skip every playthrough.
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Old 11-11-22, 22:17   #254
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Imagine if they remade it though in modern day U5 graphics and made it make sense.

Exploring Aldwych disused train station - dark and unlit and interconnecting with actual working train lines you had to dodge. Exploring old, vacant wharf industrial buildings, climbing scaffolding and nearby cranes, making your way across London rooftops. Entering London sewers, discovering the urban myth of discarded baby crocodiles grown large down there is true. Climbing St. Paul's Cathedral, entering either the British Museum or the Natural History Museum, hiding from guards, stealing artifacts. Discovering the hidden Mason's HQ.

It would be amazing.

The old games had so much packed into them. I wish they made TR places like this to visit in the new games.
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Old 11-11-22, 22:23   #255
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^Now that you mention it, London would be the location I would be most excited to see in a remake. A desert, 2 jungles and an iceberg wouldn't be nearly as aesthetically interesting to me as exploring a dark, gothic/industrial (also a great music genre) city dressed in leather.
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Old 11-11-22, 22:29   #256
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^London at night would be amazing!

I don't know why don't they do things like this in the new games. Why are we always seemingly stuck in the wilds with a few trees and caves scattered around? There is way more to world than what they give us in those games.

But regarding TR3, I'd also quite like them to do Area 51 in modern day graphics. Have Lara infiltrate A51 from the desert avoiding the "shoot to kill" guards and discovering what the US military have inside there. I'd love that.
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Old 16-11-22, 17:34   #257
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Imagine if they remade it though in modern day U5 graphics and made it make sense.

Exploring Aldwych disused train station - dark and unlit and interconnecting with actual working train lines you had to dodge. Exploring old, vacant wharf industrial buildings, climbing scaffolding and nearby cranes, making your way across London rooftops. Entering London sewers, discovering the urban myth of discarded baby crocodiles grown large down there is true. Climbing St. Paul's Cathedral, entering either the British Museum or the Natural History Museum, hiding from guards, stealing artifacts. Discovering the hidden Mason's HQ.

It would be amazing.

The old games had so much packed into them. I wish they made TR places like this to visit in the new games.
This is an awesome idea! I love it. I want the Classics to come back. They are the best.


We want TRIII remade!

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Old 03-12-22, 14:52   #258
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I'll say this about the game: It has the best Lara's Home of the series. You could spend an hour just exploring the massive grounds and finding the secret passageways, and I love how it combined the indoor and outdoor from the first two games.
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