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  • #5210

    Anonymous

    just downloaded the tombraider legends demo and i gotta say it looks fantastic. Loading is short, environments look sweeet, and some great use of depth of field, blur etc.

    Might have to pick it up when its out.

  • #30685

    Anonymous

    Might have a look. I haven’t played any in the series since Tomb Raider 2.

  • #30686

    Anonymous

    Ya i havent played since 3. I’m impressed though. All I have to say is that if the full game keeps up the quality of the demo, then Eidos\SCI and tomb raider franchise is back to form. The opening sequence of the demo is cool, the sense of height with the water falls and the haze is cool.

  • #30687

    Anonymous

    Do u have the link for the demo?
    Cheers

  • #30688

    Anonymous
  • #30696

    Anonymous

    Hearing good things about it. Edge gave it 8/10

    If I like the demo then I’ll get the GAMECUBE version ;)

  • #30697

    Anonymous

    yeah i cant wait for this, Laras looking better then ever plus i think good ol Toby Gard came back for this one to but things straight again

  • #30717

    Anonymous

    I’ll stay out of this one :)

  • #30721

    Anonymous

    I’ll stay out of this one :)[/quote:1742649975]

    Yeah, thats for the best ;)

  • #30758

    Anonymous

    The recommended system requirements are as follows:

    CPU:
    Pentium 4 3.0Ghz or Athlon XP Equivalent
    RAM:
    1GB
    GRAPHICS:
    100% DirectX 9.0c compatible 512 MB 3D Accelerated Card (Nvidia GeForce 7800 / Ati X-1800)
    SOUND:
    Microsoft Windows 2000/XP compatible sound card (100% DirectX 9.0c compatible)
    DVD-ROM:
    Eight-speed (8x) DVD-ROM drive or faster
    HARD DRIVE:
    9.9GB free disk space[/quote:a2afd53a23]

    huh???

  • #30759

    Anonymous

    must have alot of compressed assets which decompressed during the running of the game. Might explain why the load times are short.

  • #30760

    Anonymous

    Anyone had a go?

    I may get the Xbox version to play over the Easter holidays.

  • #30766

    Anonymous

    Had a look at the demo on the 360 this morning. Looks shiny. Lots of cutscene interuptions though which i loathe in a game.
    Lara’s got very butch…pushing rocks that must weigh in the region of several tons with ease, she doesn’t even need to break a sweat :D

  • #30768

    Anonymous

    I saw a depressing poster in Gamestation’s shop window

    Close up of Lara Croft’s face with the words ‘Hello Boys’. Thats it.

    UGH…is that the best they could come up with? ‘Hello Boys’

    How about ‘This one isn’t poo poo’ or ‘Sorry about the last one, I’m good again’

    Those marketing guys really earnt their money that day….‘Hello boys’… mumble grumble grrrrr sigh

  • #30772

    Anonymous

    Lara gets Guinness World Record…

    http://www.gamespot.com/news/6147291.html

  • #30775

    Anonymous

    ok is there much of a difference in the quality on each console? or do you pretty much the same experience? im my GAME store the pc version is 45euro the xbox version is 55euro and the 360 version is 75euro!!!! like what the flip is the DEAL!!!

  • #30781

    Anonymous

    ok is there much of a difference in the quality on each console? or do you pretty much the same experience? im my GAME store the pc version is 45euro the xbox version is 55euro and the 360 version is 75euro!!!! like what the flip is the DEAL!!![/quote:354ebd0ad3]
    Beyond tweaked graphics, I doubt there’s much of a difference between Xbox and 360 versions. Microsoft seem hell-bent on clawing back as much money as possible before Sony and Nintendo enter the next-gen market. Only when they do will we see a price reduction.

  • #30783

    Anonymous

    its just insane though the way they think they can hike the prices up. like i recall MS saying that games will cost more because its more “difficult” to make games on the 360 yet GUN is a straight port from xbox and its cost 30euro more!!!! :evil:

  • #30787

    Anonymous

    I had a quick look yesterday morning, not as next-gen looking as I was expecting, but then again there was a greyed out switch on the config for “Next Gen Content On”

    Figures.

    But it does look good and the bit I played was very reminiscent of the first one, which for me might make it worth picking up

  • #30791

    Anonymous

    I had a quick look yesterday morning, not as next-gen looking as I was expecting, but then again there was a greyed out switch on the config for “Next Gen Content On”[/quote:2474ba3409]

    Well thats sort of cool, they could have left it with nought (ala Gun). I wonder what the timeframe is to upgrade it…

    Pete, was the the 360 or PC version?

  • #30798

    Anonymous

    PC version Kyoto

  • #30799

    Anonymous

    Hrm, what graphics card do you have Pete?

    I hope to go they don’t start classing x64 as the standard for Next Gen content… :?
    *cough* FarCryAndUbisoftDieAHorribleHorribleDeath *cough*

  • #30806

    Anonymous

    I got it earlier today for the Xbox. The gameplay is very good so far and the control system is much improved over past versions. Even riding the bike is enjoyable and without hassle.

    Now how the hell do you get past this puzzle…??

  • #30842

    Anonymous

    512mb ATI Radeon x1800

  • #30849

    Anonymous

    Heh, should have asked you today instead. :D

    Hrm, could it be the x64 thing in windows so? The x1800 series support everything tbh. :?

  • #30908

    Anonymous

    No it seems the PC demo was released without the next gen content to keep the download smaller, they say they’ll release a full bells-and-whistles version this month

  • #30910

    Anonymous

    Ah that makes sense so, I’ll try and give that a download when its released then…

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