History VideoGame / TombRaider

29th May '16 7:03:42 PM nombretomado
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** The DOS version also removed the entire soundtrack and replaced it with level-specific ambiances; this didn't occur with any future game. Some unofficial patches can rectify this issue, and the iOS version allows toggling between the ambiences and the PS1 soundtrack.

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** The DOS version also removed the entire soundtrack and replaced it with level-specific ambiances; this didn't occur with any future game. Some unofficial patches can rectify this issue, and the iOS version allows toggling between the ambiences and the PS1 [=PS1=] soundtrack.
17th Apr '16 7:01:06 AM speedyboris
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** This is the only game where Lara is voiced by Shelley Blond, and is actually the only time in the series where a voice actress only plays Lara for one game.
14th Apr '16 10:57:48 AM speedyboris
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* AdvertisingCampaigns: The U.S. ad was very strange, and a classic example of a DadaAd: Over a desert setting, an announcer asks, "What makes you sweat? Is it passion? ''(brief shot of two people making love)'' Or is it just heat? ''(snake slithering)'' What about not knowing if the very next breath will be your last? ''(shot of man pounding on a locked door)'' What about all three?" ''(cue gameplay footage)''

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* AdvertisingCampaigns: The U.S. ad was very strange, and a classic example of a DadaAd: Over a desert setting, an announcer asks, "What makes you sweat? Is it passion? ''(brief shot of two people making love)'' Or is it just heat? ''(snake slithering)'' What about not knowing if the very next breath will be your last? ''(shot of man pounding on a locked door)'' door, presumably running out of oxygen)'' What about all three?" ''(cue gameplay footage)''
14th Apr '16 10:57:24 AM speedyboris
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* AdvertisingCampaigns: The U.S. ad was very strange, and a classic example of a DadaAd: Over a desert setting, an announcer asks, "What makes you sweat? Is it passion? ''(brief shot of two people making love)'' Or is just heat? ''(snake slithering)'' What about not knowing if the very next breath will be your last? ''(shot of man pounding on a locked door)'' What about all three?" ''(cue gameplay footage)''

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* AdvertisingCampaigns: The U.S. ad was very strange, and a classic example of a DadaAd: Over a desert setting, an announcer asks, "What makes you sweat? Is it passion? ''(brief shot of two people making love)'' Or is it just heat? ''(snake slithering)'' What about not knowing if the very next breath will be your last? ''(shot of man pounding on a locked door)'' What about all three?" ''(cue gameplay footage)''
14th Apr '16 10:56:59 AM speedyboris
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* AdvertisingCampaigns: The U.S. ad was very strange, and a classic example of a DadaAd: Over a desert setting, an announcer asks, "What makes you sweat? Is it passion? ''(brief shot of two people making love)'' Or is just heat? ''(snake slithering)'' What about not knowing if the very next breath will be your last? ''(shot of man pounding on a locked door)'' What about all three?" ''(cue gameplay footage)''
14th Dec '15 1:09:28 PM MrLavisherMoot
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The first game in the Tomb Raider series was created by a team of just six people, and was released for Sega Saturn, [=PlayStation=] and PC ([[AndTheRest and Mac]]). A heavily-altered recreation, taking place in the first Crystal Dynamics continuity, was released in 2007, known as ''VideoGame/TombRaiderAnniversary''.

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The first game in the Tomb Raider ''Tomb Raider'' series was created by a team of just six people, and was released for Sega Saturn, [=PlayStation=] and PC ([[AndTheRest and Mac]]). A heavily-altered recreation, taking place in the first Crystal Dynamics continuity, was released in 2007, known as ''VideoGame/TombRaiderAnniversary''.
6th Dec '15 8:55:24 AM speedyboris
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* KubrickStare: When Lara is pushed against the rock in the cinema after "Sanctuary of the Scion".
4th Sep '15 3:20:45 PM Kitchen90
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''This page is for the first game in the Tomb Raider series. For the series as a whole, go [[Franchise/TombRaider here]] and for the 2013 reboot of the same title go [[VideoGame/TombRaider2013 here.]]''

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''This !''This page is for the first game in the Tomb Raider series. For the series as a whole, go [[Franchise/TombRaider here]] and for the 2013 reboot of the same title go [[VideoGame/TombRaider2013 here.]]''
11th Aug '15 4:43:00 AM Steven
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* FridgeLogic: The final chamber in Midas Palace level gives you a clue how to finish it - something like III x [picture of a golden ingot]. But you are in an ancient Greek temple, there is no way they would have used Roman numerals and the sign for multiplying didn't exist.
20th May '15 11:04:00 PM Saucy!
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* BondVillainStupidity: Natla attempts to defy this trope when her goons corner Lara and recover the stolen MacGuffin; she admires it for a second, then turns to her henchmen and lets out an impatient "Well? [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim KILL HER!]]" Said [[SurroundedByIdiots henchmen]] turn out to be not so GenreSavvy and neglect to shoot at Lara until ''after'' she makes a HighDiveEscape into the canyon below.
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