4.5 Long Live Lara Croft! Leonhart | 10/01/2008 | See all Leonhart's reviews (30) Considering the original Tomb Raider came out nearly 12 years ago, this game just goes to show that we will never tire of Ms Croft, even after over a decade of her adventures.If you have played the original TR (and if not why not?), then this game will bring the fond memories of Lara's first adventure flooding back, only this time with a much more fluid control system, new areas to explore, fantastic graphics, and much better and more exciting puzzles. For anyone who hasn't played TR, then this is one of the best Indiana Jones style adventure games that money can buy. Think, exploring vast empty tombs, full of traps, treasures and monsters, and if you die no one can hear yopu scream.Good as the original was, the find key, open door method did become a bit tedious by the end. The puzzles in Anniversary require a lot more skill and thought. For anyone who played TR Legend, then this plays much the same, only it lasts 5 times as long.My only gripe about the 360 version is that, unlike TR Legend, the graphics are not proper next gen, and are only slightly smoother than the earlier PS2 version. The effect of this is that the textures and tones often look a bit washed out and untidy, as if you are running it on a low end PC.Still, for 15 quid, there is no better adventure game you can buy for the 360, and unlike most games you pay £50 quid for, and finish the same night, this will last you a good 20+ hours with plenty of replay value in finding all of the games secrets, and unlocking all of Lara's costumes.You will not regret buying this game, I only pray that one day a remake of TR2 will come, as this is still my favourite to date. Enjoy!