Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness

Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness is the sixth video game in the Tomb Raider series, and is the sequel to Tomb Raider Chronicles and The Last Revelation. It was developed by Core Design and published by Eidos Interactive. The game was originally released in 2003 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2 and Mac OS X and was the first Tomb Raider title to be released for the PlayStation 2 console. The storyline follows Lara Croft as she attempts to clear her name while she is hunted across Europe, accused of murdering her former mentor Werner Von Croy.

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Tomb Raider: The Angel Of Darkness - Reception, Sales and Aftermath
4/10 GameSpot (PS2) 6.5/10 (PC) 6.1/10 GamesRadar 78% IGN 5.3/10 Tomb Raider The Angel of Darkness garnered mixed to negative reviews from most critics ... indicates a mediocre score, stating "This latest Tomb Raider can be rewarding for those who can suffer through its cumbersome controls, numerous highly ... the game is faithful to the series and delivers a true Tomb Raider experience" ...

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