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Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness
Game Profile

A new Lara Croft for a new generation. Accused of the murder of her one time mentor Von Croy, Lara becomes a fugitive on the run. Pursued by the police, she is drawn into a dark world of blood, betrayal and vengeance spanning across hundreds of years. It is up to her to defeat this unholy alliance and stop them from unleashing their incredible powers on the world.


Full Review
Written by Adam Woolcott on 06/24/03
Once you get the controls down and can learn to deal with the quirks of the game, it's quite fun to play, despite itself. However, it won't win over and anti-TR folks, as it maintains much of the classic feel, despite being a bit different from past games


Updated Look
Written by John Scalzo on 03/18/03
The Angel of Darkness is a bold new step for one of the first action stars of the 3D era. Core has even gone so far as to say that is the first chapter in a ten part video game book, much like the storylines in Shenmue or Xenosaga.

First Impressions
Written by Chris Reiter on 02/25/02
People say that change is for the better. Long time fans of the Tomb Raider series like myself, have stuck with Lara in her romps through the many worldly areas she's been in, on, and out.


Tomb Raider: The History of the Search For Ancient History
Written by John Scalzo on 06/20/06
With Tomb Raider: Legend finally shipping for the PSP today, today is a good day as any to look back at the history of the second greatest tomb raider ever.

The Video Game Librarian: Six Months Later
Written by John Scalzo on 06/24/05
Six months since John got video games added to his library he's back with a Video Game Librarian update.

Girls of Summer 2003
Written by Chris Reiter on 06/27/03
This article intends to outline the history of those certain video game babes who have already made a big splash in the industry or who have yet to make one...and why not, you'll get to see some T&A while we're at it.

E3 2003: Heroes, Heroines, and Peed Pants Galore
Written by Chris Reiter on 05/19/03
Though 2003's E3 event is no longer around, that doesn't mean its spirit has left the building.

Top 10 Most Anticipated Year End Releases
Written by Matt Partington on 09/26/02
The competition is fierce, and the games are released by the crate. Yet what are the most anticipated? Which titles will overshadow the rest? This is the list for the PS2's most anticipated titles

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PlayStation 2
Eidos Interactive
Core Design
GENRE: Action
June 19, 2003
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