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The WII versionof Tomb Raider Underworld is a huge success. There are a few small differences between the controls compaired to Xbox 360 and playstation 3's, such as tweaks to the level of designs, specific puzzles but they vary.
but like every game there is a down-side to it.......the puzzles are very simple and the bugs, creatures and the camera issues are evn worse than what they are on Nintendo's console. The combat side of it is also very fiddly, and the motion sensitive controls feel shoe horned in to areas where they dont really fit.
But on the other hand it has its good points there is some nejoyable adventuring to be had in Tomb Raider, but there are many levels to complete to find them out.
This Tomb Raider uncovers dark territory as it procedes through the game. Its the same sort of adventure that you'd expect, with deaths, resurrections and even norse mythology in the story. Not everything goes swimmingly for Lara as things start off badly at the beginning.
the story is badly written as it doesnt tell the story very well, the sounds isnt very good quality, the challanges you overcome are easliy forgotten.
Tomb Raider offers a really enjoyable adventure but it is ultimatley an unremarkable entry to the game. i personally dont think that it is worth the money.