|Also for:||Power Mac, PlayStation|
|Viewed:||3D Third-person, over the shoulder||Genre:||
Shoot 'Em Up
|Publishers:||Sold Out (GB)
|Released:||27 Jul 2001
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Tomb Raider 2 is the first game in the series to make use of hardware acceleration without the need for a patch. If you have a 3D card (and what self-respecting gamer doesnt?) Tomb Raider 2 looks fantastic in high-resolution. A modified game engine allows more polygons to be displayed simultaneously, and Tomb Raider 2s other new graphical feature is dynamic lighting. The new lighting effects add suspense to the gameplay, especially when you are darkened corridor illuminated only by your torch, and you can hear someone or something creeping up on you.
If you have missed out on this gem of a game, it might be worth taking another look at this highly playable and very addictive title.
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