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Old 05-12-18, 12:12   #1
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Question What is this??!!!

I was just testing the Cheat Enginer thing for Tomb Raider Legend on PCSX2 to see if I find something interesting...
I randomly wrote "traod" on the memory searcher and suddenly THIS appeard:




TRAODC1??? traod curiosidades????!!!

(curiosidades = curiosities/facts) ... s h o o k
What the hell is this and why is inside Tomb Raider Legend????????

Maybe a deleted Extra content with a Diary Devolpment or something like that about AoD/AoD's sequel???

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Old 05-12-18, 15:01   #2
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Interesting and thats on the PS2 emulator version (Spanish).

I though i would check using a hex editor search of TRAOD in the TRL.exe (PC disc English version) and it is not there.

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Old 05-12-18, 15:41   #3
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I was just testing the Cheat Enginer thing for Tomb Raider Legend on PCSX2 to see if I find something interesting...
I randomly wrote "traod" on the memory searcher and suddenly THIS appeard:




TRAODC1??? traod curiosidades????!!!

(curiosidades = curiosities/facts) ... s h o o k
What the hell is this and why is inside Tomb Raider Legend????????

Maybe a deleted Extra content with a Diary Devolpment or something like that about AoD/AoD's sequel???
Doubt the Diary thing.

Maybe its related to the unused Braid/AOD-like Lara model or maybe they used the engine from the ps2 version of AOD to start developing Legend? (Don't know much about that sorta thing.)

Its also entirely possible that in early development Legend used some assets (Models ,such as character models or weapons, or sounds for example) from AOD as placeholders.
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Old 05-12-18, 18:00   #4
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^ but what about "curiosidades" ????
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Old 06-12-18, 00:06   #5
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Hunting through a search for any AOD items in Tomb Raider Legend brought up this thread (below). Could not find anymore threads during this search, but there maybe others.

A Buried AOD Lara model in Tomb Raider Legend...(please do not post in this old thread)
https://www.tombraiderforums.com/sho...d.php?t=152135
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Old 06-12-18, 12:08   #6
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Maybe its related to the unused Braid/AOD-like Lara model or maybe they used the engine from the ps2 version of AOD to start developing Legend?

Its also entirely possible that in early development Legend used some assets (Models ,such as character models or weapons, or sounds for example) from AOD as placeholders.
It's most likely something like this. It's even possible that they used some [modified] code from AOD for Legend since they own the game.

I wouldn't look too deep into this.
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Old 06-12-18, 17:58   #7
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Hmm, well yes it can be the famous buried Laraod in Peru Flashback
But is still weird that text in spanish........
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Hmm, well yes it can be the famous buried Laraod in Peru Flashback
But is still weird that text in spanish........
What is this and where can I see it?
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Old 09-12-18, 10:34   #9
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Download the flymode, and go to Peru, specifically to the flashback level. Progress to the room, where Amanda says everyone is dead. Here use the fly tool, and sink into the floor, you'll find and old friend there...

If you can't find it, you should ask The Great Chi, he uploaded them (for Anni too), I think...
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Old 09-12-18, 11:35   #10
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Unfortunately like a lot of ex-photobucket members that left after the photobucket fiasco asking for a fortune to be a member, I have had all my pictures and album deleted when I left photobucket, and so I do not have the buried AOD model pictures anymore.

I am too lazy at the moment, to fly cheat into Legend (Peru) and get some more pics

Maybe someone else feels up to the challenge or can find a better picture

I did a google search, and this is the best I could find, pity its not a very good picture.......

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