And if i ever meet a girl like lara croft i will be sure to get her as drunk as possible to have my wicked way. Only to give her breakfast in bed the next morning and show her how much of a gentlemen i really am, just because she's such an amazing girl personality wise aswel lol.
But honestly though, this game is really not like the first tomb raider on the ps1. I played that and tomb raider 3 on the ps1. So I seen this an thought hmm yer may aswell go for this it'll make me feel about 13 again. Did it? No.. it feels too updated.
Don't get me wrong, the concept of trying to work out what to do when your confind in a room with no way out of it leaving you wondering why you ventured into the room in the first place is still there. But the feel of lara as you move her beautiful body around the game is totally different. For me the way it felt on ps1 where she would run into a wall then put her hands over her ears for some unknown reason, felt better than it does now on 360. And to be honest them games had more quality feel to them. It's like a game of chess, what the game is made out of like the materials are simple enough, but how you actually play the game is more interesting and thats what gives it its long time being around, as was the case with tomb raider 1. This game doesn't have that at all.
Also in parts it feels rushed, like the developers didnt have that much time to put into certain parts and you get a feel of that when you're playing through the game.
But in its own right as its own game, aside from being our lara in tomb raider, its still a good game. Just doesn't really live upto the legendary series as it is known to be today.
However, these views are just mine and I am of an older generation of gamers now, but you might agree. Anyway I don't mind the fact I spent time on this, and if I could go back in time and talk too myself, I would reccomend it too myself aswel.
So go for it, its a good game, but not really tomb raider as it was.