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  1. Level 13: Aldwych So, my least, but least favourite level in this game. I really dislike and hate this level because it's very backtracking. When you find or do something, you always have to go back to the previous location and then discover a new one, then from the new one to the first you crossed. Awful. I dislike the level design, too. I had to read Stella's walkthorugh at the begining of the level because I didn't know what's the point of the level. I also saw Stella's sentence at the end of the walkthrough: "If you enjoyed the ambience of this level as much as I did..." o.O Okay, so, Stella, no offense, but I really don't know how someone can actually like the design of this level. I agree there are a couple of beautiful areas, but the whole level is really awful for me. I like the area where tickets are bought, the "moon room" and the inside of the train. I played this level like a week now, and I really don't remember every detail. lol However, I began the level as Stella told. I shooted the vent and picked up a health crystal. I continued and arrived to the upside of the tickets room. I killed a bad guy and picked up the pick-ups. I pulled the crate and managed to get to the locked room. I picked up the maintenace key and went to the right escalators as Stella recomended. From here, I continued alone because my remember served me well. I unlocked the mainteance room, picked the old penny and then went to the room with boxes. I managed to get to the top and to a room with that wheel trap. I had to try a couple of times to beat it until I figured out what should I do. I passed the flame traps and I don't remember actually what I did then. I think I pulled some switch and some door back in the box room was opened. I knew I had to go back to the wheel-trap-room because there is some pick up (Solomon's Key), but I continued to the area which the switch opened for me. I arrived to the room with three timed doors. I first went to the first one. lol Then I saw I had to go back to the other ones so that I could reach to the area where health crystal was. However, I was investigating the area and went back to the tickets room where door opened. Then I found a shortcut in the water and got to the water room. I realised I need a ticket and I went back to the room where tickets are bought. I bought a ticket and went back to the water room and then entered to the last area in the level. I acrossed to the another frozen crystal. lol However, I realised there is nothing to do here and I went back to the three-timed-doors room. I figured out how to get to the platform with health crystal and there it was another key (Again Solomon's or not? :S). Then, I used a shortcut to get to the ticket room. I went to the left escalators. I arrived to the moon rom after killing a bad guy and that dogs. Oh, my God, they are so creepy and awful. o.O However, I arrived to the moon room. Accidentaly. I tried to find the way to that temple and I accidentaly did just in the moment when I wanted to go to Stella's walkthrough and see which switches should I pull. Uzis, finally, finally! :DDDD Too bad I have just 320 ammo. :/ However, I put the keys in their place and then picked a masonic mallet. I knew about a hidden curtain because I really wandered around this level 4 years ago and I didn't pass it until 2 years ago. I went back to the final level area. I had difficulties putting the star and masonic mallet in that doors. I tried from the right side, but it's actually in front where you have to press action. I wandered around a level for a while and then tried again accidentaly doing it in front. That's because my timing is so bad. I actually picked up the frozen crystal and I confirmed my theory about Thames Wharf. I definetely used a shortcut and that's why the crystal was frozen like it was here earlier in this area. I entered the train and I really like it, it was something never seen in TR until here. However, I finished the level after investigating the whole area. PROGRESS: Next level should be more interesting, I remember it was fun for me 2 years ago and not so hard.
  2. Level 12: Thames Wharf Okay, so I think that always when I play this level I use a different path to the end. I was really wandering throught the level for a while until I slowly remembered what's the point. So, I heard a lot of complainings about the design of this level by many TR fans, but I like it actually. It's very different from the levels in the previous games because producers made it more free and enviromental. I don't like the black "whole" in which you fall and die, but it's an epic death for me and I can't pass this level and not doing it. So, the begining. I first wandered around until I figured out I just had to go right from the begining of the level and there's a platform there. I slided down to the switch which I pulled and then I jumped in the dark room where I kill one of those men. The ground fell down, but I jumped in time to the platform next to it. Oh, rats, I really hate them because they are too big and can be scarry at some point. I pulled thw switches and then got to the window room where I killed a man and picked up some key. I didn't know what to do next. o.O Then I went back to the begining area and slided down where was another man. I made really weird picture killing him, it's some break dance as Perusin Pixels said. lol I picked up the hidden health crystal and found this down area useless and a waste of time, you can easily bypass it. So, then I remembered the path which you have to crawl. I wandered and I finally found it. There is a switch there which opens another switch where are those English flags. I continued to the area with English flags (Oh, I adore England). On my way, I saw an area with a fire trap down where I couldn't get. Obviously, I never did because I used some kind of shortcut (at least I think). The switch in the English-flag-area was already unlocked by the previous one. I pulled it and basically nothing happened. I figured out that the platform with the color can went more high than it was (or not?). I jumped on it and then to the platform above the path which leads to the unlocked switch. I don't know, but I think this is some kind of shortcut. On that platform there is a slide area from which I never got, although I just jumped from the color-can-platform and got here. However, I continued along and got to the area with... A frozen crystal? I remember seeing this phenomenon earlier, but I had to take a picture. It was probably some bug caused by letting the crystals in the PC game (I really hope it can be picked up in PS version). So, if my memory serves me well, the next part of the room is the one with three switched and three tanks which you need to fill and unfill with water. Ah, the worst part of the level. I hardly figured out the "game" of the tanks, but I did beat them at all. I hated the room with the yellow robot where you have to pull the boy so that it has to crash the switch. I figured out quickly where the box should be. I also hated the fens in water and had a time figuring out how to pass them. I finally got to the dark water tunnel which led to the beautiful chamber. I picked up a medipack and shotgun shells from that area and continued along. I killed a man on my way and finally got to the begining area. I jumped to the platform which is next to the spikes. I jumped on the platform where spikes were, then went to the other side to pick up ammo for Desert Eagle. Then I finally got to that temple, or whatever it is. I killed those two men and spent 20 minutes playing with bugs on this level which are magnificent. I used a corner bug to get to the top of the temple, and it was just awesome seeing the whole area. Then I jumped in that invisible platform where the fence is and went to the bell house. Actually, there wasn't bell, neither the enter to the Aldwych level. That building which can be seen from this spot is maginificent, I can imagine those hackers who are waked in 3am and only their rooms are lighted. However, I finished the level jumping from the top on the temple to the area where cinematic should begin. This is my favourite cinematic in TR3, it's just awesome when Lara shoots that guy. I like the part where she tortures him, and at the end he is killed by a bell. lol PROGRESS: I don't know if I used the right path to pass the level, which I believe I didn't because of the two reasons: a) I never used the key which I found killing the guy in the window-room and That fire trap never was shutten down and I never pass in that path which is really strange. Also, the frozen crystal is strange, too, maybe it's frozen because I didn't used the right path. However, I did pass this level which isn't one of my favourites, as the next two. Oh, Aldwych, I don't remember anything about this long level, only some areas which you visit hundreds of times and then going back again to them.
  3. Oka Thanks for me letting me know. I read Stella's walkthrough only when I need it because I like to try to pass the game without it (which I didn't two years ago and I blame Aldwych and Lost City Of Tinos). However, I am still thrilled about how TR still teaches me some things that I don't know, although I play for, like, ten years now. My Thames Wharf review will be put to wait because I have to study today and tomorrow and because I don't know the way to end the level (except the shortuct from the begining which I won't use). However, I'm looking forward to read yours, Jessica, and someone's, too... If there is someone still here.
  4. LOL There is a box? I didn't even know about that. Hahahahaha. xD
  5. Level 11: Temple Of Puna This is relatively short level and because of that I love it. There aren't so many traps and enemies, but those little are very chalangeing. I really hate those blackmen who poisons you at the begining. -.- I remember this level from my childhood, I always played the begining and when I saw those blackmen, I reloaded other level because I was scaried of them. The next part is the wheel trap room. I spent a long time here figuring out how should I get from one side to another. I tried to jump above the wheels, but they killed me everytime I did so. Then I figured out I had to slide again when they are close to me. Howeever, it took me like 10 minuted until I remembered how, but in the stats is that I finished it in 8 minutes because everytime you reload they bring the time back on the moment you saved. That spike trap, oh. I hade a headache because I tried to pass it without using a medipack pulling the last switch and I didn't make it. Finally, I used a medipack and entered in the next part. That big boulder, wow, I always admired TR makers because of that. It reminds me on the St. Francis Folly from TR Anniversary, I don't remember room of that god is it. I sprinted and pass it without damage and again the toxic guys. I killed them and let them poison me, but I used a medipack then. I couldn't record the boss fight because I was very lazy and I like that all is perfect on video. I tried like 20 times and I didn't make it and then I beat Puna on my own. However, I brought some screenshoots. I don't like so much this boss fight because of those toxic animals, but it's still better than the one in Nevada Desert. PROGRESS: Next station - my least favourite, but a city where I would love to live - London. I like the first level, but I'll have to read Stella walkthroughs for all London levels because I don't remember anything I did 2 years ago. So, I'm looking forward for you reviews, greetings from Serbia.
  6. I can't say I hate South Pacific levels because I adore Coastal Village, and Crash Site, too (only I'm scared of it. LOL). But Madubu Gorge is really tricky because of the kayaking. I think I didn't get any health crystal with kayak, although I don't need them as you do, so I don't care if I'll pick it or no. In my next post: a review of Temple Of Puna.
  7. Level 10: Madubu Gorge So, this level is on the second plase of the worst levels of TR3. On the first is Aldwych and on the second this. Why I dislike this level? Particulaty, it’s really beautiful and I love it because it’s enviromental, but I think still nobody wondered through all this level. There are so many paths and so many items to pick up. And the worst part is kayaking. I really don’t know how to ride the kayak right, I am really bad at it and I don’t know if there’s someone who can ride it without troubles. If there were classes of perfect kayaking in TR3, I would love to take one. So, we begin the level in something like temple in jungle. I really like this part because it’s very nature and detailed. I always wondered if that red bridge could fall and we could go on it. I never tried and I don’t know if it’s possible. So, those poison animals, I don’t know their name, I really hate. First, because I always get poisoned by them and second, because they make screams that creep me. So, I guess there are a lot of paths to go through this level, I always use my path as I remember when I played it last time. I always go to the platform where is a switch. I pull it and then go to the rooms with spiked which finally leed you to the begining of the waterfall where you should kayak. So, this is a maginificent view, I really adore the view from that waterfall and that cottage in dark. I always jump behind the waterfall. I’m always confused when I get to this location. I always hear the music for secret and I don’t understand how this could be a secret if it’s a path which you have to go if you want to finish the level. At least, it’s my path. I hate that room with fire, I always hated fire in Tomb Raider series and I think it’s because of those in the offshore rig levels in TR3. I remember there is a room with fire. The path leads to the down of the waterfall where is a health crystal and then you get to the room where kayak is. Oh, greetings hell, I really love you. I always kill crocodiles from the platforms, the reason is because I still don’t have a harpoon gun (I’m bad at secrets. lol) and if I had one, I don’t know how to use harpoon guns, I always shoot until I lose all ammo, but every water „thing“ is still alive. However, I enter to the kayak and drive it like a crazy. I really have problems goin left and right because Lara goes very left and very right and turns the kayak in a wrong position. So, I remember I entered one in that cottage and I found some pick ups (a large medipack beyond them), but I didn’t get now there because I forgot how. LOL So, that part whith spikes is really tricky. Can someone explain me how you should pass it without getting hurt? I suppose there isn’t a way. However, I continue kayaking looking at the clifs I will climb later. Finally, I get in some room and a crocodile waits me. I had to jump in water and then go to the platform where poison animal waited me. Really annoying: a crocodile in water and a animal which will poison me if I don’t kill it soon. So, I really lost in that battle and fell into water and then got again to the platform. However, I killed them in the end and continued along. The path led me to the room with 4-5 boulders. I didn’t manage to avoid them at first because I forgot how many are there and how to avoid the ones in the room with fire. I managed to pass them and got outside to the platforms which leed to the house with a switch to open the whole in water and get to the Temple of Puna. Two poisoned friends waited me and I killed them. I pulled thw switch and then the path led me back in the room where kayak was. I continued along and at first I went in a wrong way because I taught I didn’t have to fel in the whole because I’ll die. However, I realised later that I have to go down there. A crocodile. Again. I killed him from the platform, then pulled the water switch and BOOM, two crocodiles. I died three or four times here trying not to use the medipack while I get back to the platform. I managed it for the fifth time and I killed the crocodiles. I went to the darkness and entered in Temple of Puna. PROGRESS: So, this is the largest review I ever wrote. I can’t believe since is about my less favourite level. I think Perusin Pixels had influence on me and made me more inspirative. So, see you soon with the review of Temple of Puna – one fo my favourite level. I’ll record the video of the boss fight, so might take it long. I was surprised when I realised that I wasn’t out of medipacks at any moment in this level. o.O I couldn’t believe because I remember this level as medipack eater because of that stupid kayak and now I finished it with 8 small and 3 big medipacks which was a good relief. I always hated in some way Temple of Puna because I had to reload every time that guys poisoned me because I didn’t have so much medipacks to waste. I think it’s because I picked them levels erlaier which wasn’t the case of my last replay. I was always lazy for pick ups and I let many medipacks, but now I didn’t. So, I’m happy because I have plenty of medipacks now! Maybe I’m boring, but I really hope someone reads my posts because I really make effort in it (pictures and all stuff). I’m waiting for some Stella’s reviews, more than just the mansion which she reviewed like a month ago.
  8. Level 9: Crash Site I really like and dislike this level at the same time. First, I’m really scared of the dinosaurs which are thousands on this level, they are so scarry and so strong. Since I like to play with pistols, it takes me time until I beat one. And the bugs when they approach to you, oh. Really scarry. I don’t like because they destroyed everything from the previous level, although we are at the same location. It’s very stupid because we can’t go back because, what? The clifs are falling from the sky? Where it was a switch, now is a platform? Come on, really weird and stupid, I really don’t like becuase they did that. But, I like this level because it’s so interesting. From the begining when you have to reach to the other side of that swamp jumping on those water lillies. Very interesting cause you have a map which indicates you what to do, I think it was the first time in TR (from TR1 to now) to have a quest like that. Oh, and I discovered a secret! The next part of the level is very beautiful and there comes the first dinosaur. Oh, I really hate them. Then, the airplane and knowing that they crashed there, very interesting storyline for one level. I like when you have to get the two keys. Okay, so the first key is guarded by T-Rex. You probably wonder how I killed him if I’m scared of the small dinosaurs. Where, in the video you can see my strategy. xD Pretty cowardly, isn’t it? xD The second key is in a very intersting place. I adore the place where is the river and you have to go to the other side by shooting at the dinosaur, so that fish can eat it. Very interesting and a unique quest in TR games back then. I love when you have to climb on thos trees, and those two dinosaurs up there made me very nervous. I fell from the trees like ten times before I could beat them. And then, the worst part of the level, that dark room. Oh, that quest I really hate. I hate when dinosaurs come from nowhere, especially when there are two of them. Very scarry. I killed them some way, but the on up, I didn’t. I just grabbed the key and went out from the room. So, back at the crashed airplane. The room with puzzles which looks like some labyrinth. I hate that part of level too, but luckily, I never forget how should I play to reach to the top of the room and go inside the airplane. However, very difficult part for the ones who plays for the first time. Inside the airplane, again a dinosaur. OMG, I just hate them. xD So, the airplane seems very empty, strange, isn’t it? Weren’t there suppose to be some dead persons or wholes, it seems intact. :S However, I like the part when you are atacked by dinosaurs from all sides. No, I didn’t shoot at the walls which leads to the end of the level, I killed them (video). And going to the end of the level. I picked up a big medipack and a health crystal. I can say I don’t remember this level at all from my chilhood, I probably never watched my uncle playing it and I beat when I played it for the first time 5 years ago without pre-knowledge. So, Madubu Gorge next. Ah, the worst level of all. Luckily, I saved medipacks! PROGRESS: I did very weird pictures and I notice it now. xD When I was killing the dinosaur in a plane, I was rolling and I think it was some bug which brought me at the top of the airplane, at the time, I was capturing and did this: I did some pictures when I was killing a dinosaur on the tree which are very weird:
  9. I agree with you and I'm sure I will be for a long time on Madubu Gorge because it's an awful level, even on a PC version. I was never good in kayaking and I always screwed up with it. However, I can imagine how it is for you playing on PS version and have a limited number of savegames. :/ It's really annoying. I never played it on PS, except when I was 4, but I didn't even now back then what does it mean saving game. However, I remember my uncle got pissed everytime he couldn't reach something and he talked with my father about those crystals. I don't know why you so dislike this game in some way. For me, it's really enjoyable and I can play it anytime. The levels I hate are all London levels and Madubu Gorge, but the rest of the game is just awesome!
  10. Level 8: Coastal Village Oh, I adore this level because it’s so environmental and most of it is outside. I adore the begining of the level, that water combined with that little island and the big one is just a perfect nature detail. Marvelous. I remember this level from my childhood because I never was able to get out of the water. Okay, however, I understand that there are two ways to pass this level, however, I never found that key which opens the door in that cottage at the begining. I remember that I always wondered (when I was little) what will hapen if I put the key, but I never found out. Actually, I did ones, the key is somewhere in the water or in the clifs and the door leads to some dark space where are crocodiles. Well, I went there one time, and now I always go to the area which leads to the building where you have to pick up three rose crystal to open the three doors. I adore the nature there, it’s really amazing how they combined that waterfall with the trees around. I don’t like the black background, it’s so out of everything. The next part of the level is my favourite, I adore the cottages in this village. I never realised how to get he medipack which is on the floating ground in some of the cottages. :S I like the part where is a cottage on the tree, it’s really a beautiful detail. I also like killing those Indians, they are so stupid and easy to kill than the men in Nevada. They run away for me every time I try to kill them. :S I like the part where you have to jump on roofs of the cottages and then that room with fire. -.- I always hated that part of level. I never liked that cinematic at the end of the level because of that harmed man, yuck! xD However, the view from that cottage to the is amazing. I like this level very much and I enjoy playing it, which I cannot say for the next one because I’m affraid of that ’98s dinosaurs and their screams. PROGRESS:
  11. I haven't been playing for 2 weeks, I did a lot of other stuff. xD I'll try to post these days.
  12. I had the same problem 3 years ago. I strong recomend you to download and instal the TR multi fix patch from Tomb Raider Chronicles site: http://www.tombraiderchronicles.com/tr3/fixes.html . It fixes mayor errors and bugs which show in TR Classics (1-5).
  13. I don't like Underworld at all. I am a really big fan of TR, but I played Underworld just once and never again, and I won't play it neither in the near future. I like the graphics of Underworld, but Lara's look just doesn't work fine for me, reminds me on some granny. She looks very old in Underworld, maybe this are just my thoughts. However, you should play all TR Classics (1-6) because they are much more interesting and challanging than the new ones. The best thing is that they are related to each other and you can follow the plot and play games at the same time knowing that the next is sequel. Chronicles was the second TR game I have ever played in my life and I am emotionally related to it, too. I had PS version and my uncle played it, like TR3. Chronicles is a good game, however, critics says it isn't. Why? Play all the games and you'll get to the point of Chronicles. I haven't completed The Last Revelation never, I started to play it two years ago and I got to the Giza levels and stopped because I didn't have time to play it. However, it's a really difficult game because there are levels in which you need to go from one to another and then go back again to the previous ones. Really annoying if you want to play it without walkthorughs. I really don't like walkthroughs (No offense, Stella ) because I like to play it on my own, but Last Revelation I just couldn't. TR2 I did, TR 3 too (except 2 levels). Anyway, give it a try when we finish this group play, start from the begining, go back 16 years and play TR1. I am not home again, so I won't post any reviews until weekend. I'll give you time to catch me up, although I think Stella will still be on Jungle. xD However, I will read and answer to your posts, but I won't be able to post mines. Raid on!
  14. Level 7: Area 51 So, this level is really kind messed up for me. :/ I like it, but I don’t like it at the same time. I think there are a lot of killings to do in this level and that’s what I don’t really like. I also don’t like because there are so many paths that, if you’re playing for the first time, you will get lost. The begining is where the previous left off. So, we’re getting off the truck and kill a guard quickly so he doesn’t push the button and closes the door with M15 (I guess that’s the name). First, I really didn’t know how to get in that room even playing now, and then I figured up and remembered. I figured that I need to kill him very quick. Next part of the levels is through those dark paths until we get to the open-air area. Ah, I can feel oxigen. This part I really like, I adore killing those dogs and that guard and picking up weapons which are thrown through the ground. The next part, the one with the paths and lasers which activate the automatic guns I really hate. Then, we’re in the room with rocket and we need a CD to get it up so that we can go up. Even now, I couldn’t find the CD. I totally forgot to chech the guard in the room with the rocket after I killed him. After a while, I picked up the CD and continued. The part with the space-alien ship (first time) is interesting because you can go up and see the entire chamber. I really like the open view to the sky. The stupid thing is that the card is on the ship. :S Strange. Okay, so we put the card and here’s my favourite part of the level. I adore when that rocket is activated and you need to run to avoid fire to kill you. Ahh, very good. The outside part of the level is really awesome, too. The environment is really cool and I liked that mini-pool, although I don’t know why they put it there. Back to the space-alien ship chamber getting the CD into the computer. Okay, so I really got scared when I saw that bloody alien for the first time. I got even more scared when I entered the room, I had a feeling he will get up and I’ll have to do some killings, even now. So, the room with the water pool is awesome, although I never figured out how to get into it. xD So, the last part of the level, into the space alien is very disapointing for me. The obvious reason because there is not a boss fight, I never figured out why they didn’t do it. If the didn’t put a boss in India, it could be understandable since is the first destination, but I don’t know why Nevada is special. The second reason is that there isn’t the next level. :S What? Yes, there are only three levels of Nevada, although every other destinations have four (with the bonus level, London is suposed to have 5). Other destinations also have boss fightes, too. It’s really ununderestandable for me why this things where changed in Nevada. However, it doesn’t make it the worst destination for me, Nevada Desert is still my favourite level. PROGRESS:
  15. Well, swimming is a tricky thing. xD I most hate water parts of levels in TR, I don't know why, maybe because I hate everything you have to do in specific time, in this case, until Lara doesn't die. Yeah, the motorcycle in Legend could really suck sometimes, but it's my favourite TR game of Crystal Dynamics, although it's really short. Anyway, the topic is about TR3, maybe Legend in other case. Here, again, from Serbia in 4:33 AM just got home from nightlife.
  16. Yeah, but in difficult situation in TR3, especially the ones which include speed, the best option is always a sprint and a good strategy. I always think when I am in that kind of situation, but at this point I can't really be because I know all traps in TR3 and the strategy for all situations of that kind. xD But when I played it for the first time, I was really thinking in some cases, especially the ones like that room with spikes.
  17. When you enter the room, sprint towards the switch next to the door. The roll over (press the up, and then down pointer) and run toward the second switch. When you pull it, sprint again towards the path in the ground. I always do that. By the way, I'm really sorry I haven't yet posted Area 51 review, but I don't spend time at home these days. I tried to upload on YouTube me playing the India boss fight, but I have some problems with that. -.- So, I am not going to leave you, I read every post you two post. Greetings from Serbia, here in 4:10 AM. xD EDIT: Here's the video, sorry for the low resolution, it's the best I could made (problems with some programs): Feel free to use the video, Stella.
  18. Yeah, I like playing in 16:9 because my screen resolution is 1680x1050. I don't like playing in 4:3 because of the dark background on the rest of the screen, it just annoys me. It isn't very streched in my case, especially because the next screenshoots will be from my computer screen, not the laptop. The screen which I posted were from a smaller resoultion and on laptop is more streched than on computer. I'm so sorry I haven't posted yet the "Area 51" but I got so mad when I saved a bad savegame and had to play again "High Security Compound", it got me so boring and now I must play again "Area 51" because the bad savegame was nearly the final of level. However, expect posts from me, if no-one is going to play, the two of us works fine for me. My Classic TR skills are fine, I never forget them, but I have more obligations than just play game. TR is actually the only game I played for the last 2 years, and when I was younger I played much more because I hadn't internet. However, I'll post soon. P.S. Sorry for bad English, I don't have inspiration to write all correct at the moment. xD
  19. I'm home now (finally)! I'll pass the High Security Compound tomorrow and post my review of Area 51. I'm so sad because no one posted here since my last post one week ago.
  20. The River Ganges is for me a really easy level. I'm not a fan of finding all secrets, so I just ride the bike and follow the way to the end of the level. I have never tried the way through the ruins, I saw on Stella's site that there are two ways to pass the level. Anyway, riding bike is much more interesting than jumping from platform to platform. Caves of Kaliya is a really easy level if you memorized the way from the first time you played. I didn't know the way because I haven't played the game for 2 years, so it took me very long.
  21. Guys, Quote and Edit buttons doesn't work for me, I don't know why. :/ Anyway, I'll have to leave you for a couple of days (until Sunday). I made again a bad savegame in the moment when Lara was fallin from a big high and everytime she dies, I can't even acces to her inventory. :@ I also don't have the last save on High Security Compound because I saved Area 51 over the compound. -.- I'm so mad because I have to play again that level and I'm not in the mood right now, so when I return home, I will do it quickly because it is much easier to play TR on computer than on laptop because I can save and load games pressing F5 and F6, and here it doesn't work those shortcuts which is the main reason of my bad saving. I'm sorry. :/
  22. Yeah, Temple Ruins can really suck, especially if you are playing it for the first time and you don't know the whole level. I remember that I eas stucked several days because I couldn't find the switch beyond those boxes. :/ I'm stucked on Area 51, I made a bad savegame and I lose a lot of medi-packs on stupid things. -.-
  23. Thanks, I made lots of pictures, but I can't post all of them because there would be too much. I choose the best ones. I'm looking forward to reading yours and Luka's reviews of levels.
  24. Level 6: High Security Compound I just hate this level, I don’t know why, but I just don’t have any joy in playing it. First of all because the enviroment really sucks for me, the whole level is filled with paths, computers etc. The second thing I don’t like is not having weapon, I always hated those levels in TR games. However, this is one of those level I have known for 11 years. I hated it as a four-year-old child and I hate it now. I hate when I have to open all the doors with the prisoners because they have really some bugs, they hardly kill the policemen. -.- They just go around him and he shoots at them, sometimes they die. I can’t pass this level without using medi-packs, I just can’t. I always lose energy after picking up pistols and that automatic gun shoots at me. After the prison, I hate the part where you have to pull the box across all room to get and pull the switch to fill the room with water, it’s really annoying. The next part whit that antenna also sucks, I hate when I have to jump on the gray room on those triangle platforms. I always found interesting those rooms with the green wall. It really pisses me off those „forces“ in the water which pull you to the wall. Always when I get to that kitchen, I get hungry. xD It’s really nice those soups which are on the cookers. It reminds me of a submarine kitchen in TR: Chronicles, since that TR game was the second which I had on PlayStation. The only interesting part of this level for me is the one after getting the pistols (RAID ON AGAIN!). It’s really awesome when you have to kill al those policemen and then open the door which lead to the truck to the end of the level.The room with the pick-ups where pistols are seems interesting for me. It’s like a prison room. Also seems strange to see pistols as a pick-up. xD I was kinda disapointed when they switched the Automatic pistols with this one, I liked them very much back in TR2. I adore the cinematic at the end of the level, it’s somehow cool. The part where Lara drinks the coke is really awesome. I have no idea where are secrets in this level because I never really cared about, my only goal is to pass it as fast as I can. PROGRESS:
  25. Nice, I'm glad to hear. I thought no-one reads it. Back to the topic, I am a really bad bike driver, especially because of the controls of PC. xD I did this with the information on your site just because I wanted to wander around the house, but I never really tried to get the bike out of the racetrack in-game. Hope you'll manage it.
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