Tomb Raider: Anniversary
The original Tomb Raider, despite its flaws, marked a milestone in 3-D adventure gaming. It was reborn to great acclaim on the PS2 and PSP earlier this year, with a beefed up presentation, more complex puzzles and tighter controls. Now that it has moved to the Wii, however, Tomb Raider: Anniversary's magic has been lost due to crappy waggle controls. Although some of the Wii exclusive puzzles are mildly enjoyable, aiming and shaking the nunchuck leads to imprecise movements and lots of headaches. Furthermore, what looked great on the PS2 somehow looks dated on Nintendo's hardware. With so many versions, this Wii iteration is easily the weakest link.
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