GT reviews Tomb Raider: Anniversary, which was “created with an advanced version of the engine used for Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend.” Video review after the jump.

In the end, this is Tomb Raider for better or worse. The controls are light-years better than the original but still aren’t solid like Prince of Persia’s; the graphics are beyond anything the original could muster but still not up to today’s standards; and the puzzles are just as tough as the original, but the enemies are just as lame

GT reviews Tomb Raider: Anniversary, which was “created with an advanced version of the engine used for Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend.” Video review after the jump.

In the end, this is Tomb Raider for better or worse. The controls are light-years better than the original but still aren’t solid like Prince of Persia’s; the graphics are beyond anything the original could muster but still not up to today’s standards; and the puzzles are just as tough as the original, but the enemies are just as lame