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Backloggers Anonymous Tomb Raider: Legend: Part 2

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Casey, Jamie, and Blake are back from Tomb Raider: Legend. Join our level by level breakdown of the experience while Casey gives his thoughts on Lara's character, Jamie expresses his love of the swan dive and Blake rants on why he hates London.


 

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asrealasitgets

11/11/2015 at 09:42 PM

I didn't know you guys were playing through all the games in the HD collection. I remember being very impressed with the whole thing and played through all of the games and had fun. I liked that forklift bit in London too. Been a while since I played these, maybe they don't hold up that well anymore. I'm tempted to pop the game disc in and play through it all again.

Blake Turner Staff Writer

11/11/2015 at 11:31 PM

You should. They hold up reasonably well, there are just a few things that aren't quite up to modern standards. But they play pretty well.

asrealasitgets

11/12/2015 at 02:49 AM

I think this conversation came up when the reboot came out and I didnt enjoy it and went back and popped in HD Collection and thought, why couldn't we get more games like these? Are you guys playing all the games in the collection? What game is next in Backloggers?

Blake Turner Staff Writer

11/12/2015 at 06:09 AM

We mentioned it at the end of the podcast. I think it's metroid other m. Don't know if I'm back or not. Need to talk to Casey on that one.

Casey Curran Staff Writer

11/12/2015 at 07:15 PM

It is indeed Other M. 

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