[RUS] Руководство по получению 100% достижений + Прохождение
В данном руководстве вы найдете все игровые достижения и способы их получения. Всего в Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light 12 достижений, которые вы получите в процессе прохождения игры, однако для получения некоторых из них потребуется помощь напа
This guide just contains list of all available in-game outfits with pics and short description of each outfit :)
NOTE: it contains some minor spoilers.
Ten poradnik po prostu zawiera listę wszystkich dostępnych w grze strojów razem z obrazkami i krótki
A quick guide on how to get the 4 co-op specific Achievements.
You will get these as you play the co-op normally, but if you're a completionist that can't find a second player then this is the guide for you.
A surprisingly good game. I was expecting an average game, but it played out better than it appeared. I played the single player campaign with an xbox controller gamepad. No fidgeting with any settings or configurations were required, aside from personal graphics customization. This was an enjoyable point-and-click shoot em up arcade style experience. Gameplay ranges from shooting sections, puzzle sections, lots of terrain climbing or wall running, to turbo pursuit fleeing sections. The campaign is approximately 12 to 16 levels as I recall, with many being the length of half an hour. Additionally in single player the AI/co-op partner is not present outside of cutscenes, so the player is not burdened by the capability and dependence of the AI partner. Note: No comment on multiplayer or co-op as I did neither. I prefer single player in games.
Pros -Graphics, visual design and backdrop -Voice acting was pleasent if strictly for plot dialogue -Unlockable choice of weapon tiers that consume limited ammo for increased firepower -Unlockable power-up equipment (speed, damage, protection, ammo regeneration) by solving optional puzzles, exploration, or completing bonus sub-objectives -Bonus scoring criteria for levels and sub-objectives offer a reason for replay value -Couple unlockable outfits for Lara Croft based on campaign bonus criteria -Checkpoint system so you do not need to restart the entire level at death -A couple levels have a puzzle concept that spans the length of the entire level
Cons -Puzzles are fairly easy to solve. I sovled most on my first, if not second attempt running into them -Combat is easy. Simply shoot the closest target and repeat the entire game. Equip ammo consuming weapons to do so faster -Consumable health and ammo packs are somewhat in surprlus on the map, and quite easy to backtrack to use -Later levels increase the tension pace of dodging obstacles and enemies while surrounded in a shooting spree, but are still quite manageable if you remain calm -Overall plot was represented overly simplistic from the start. (hey, but what do you expect, this isn't an RPG ;p) -Can't put my finger on it, but I felt a yearning for more "length," or "stuff" to do when the campaign concluded. Just look at my playtime above. (Note: I did not replay levels to collect, or pursue a completionist agenda, so add that to my playtime. I don't hold that against them. I was not put off, or discouraged to do so by the game, but simply this was not my preference of a game that I would typically be a "completionist.")
Conclusion: A very enjoyable surprise to myself from a game I paid $7.49 on sale that I was expecting a fairly average experience from. I believe the developers did remarkably well in representing what I expect they wanted to accomplish with this game (project/budget). Although the cons made it rather easy, they did not detract sufficiently from the pros and my enjoyment in the experience. I simply cannot give it a 8/10 with my enthusiasm and 9/10 will be the verdict. I will certainly be playing the spiritual sequel, Lara Croft Temple of Osiris
Great game (according to every gaming rag at the time this came out,) but only for those with a gamepad/joystick. For old-school pc gamers like me with poor twitch reflexes and no patience for "collect all the doodads," confusing upgrade systems, etc., this is an unplayable exercise in frustration designed for a younger audience than me. Looks great, runs smoothly on an older pc, and has decent voice acting.* *When the ancient warrior has the same voice actor as several cartoon characters that my kids watched on tv though...major disconnect. Not recommended for older folks.
Anyone has the game runnning on Windows 10 this and Nidhogg won't launch. My Icon turns green for a second (saying I'm in game) then it turns back to blue and nothing happens.
Anyone else having the same problem?
Anyone able to run the game on Windows 1...