I play video games and enjoy modding them. I have skills with Photoshop, Paint.NET, Autodesk Inventor, Solidworks and I am busy learning my way around 3DSMAX. Currently a Mechanical Eng. student / intern. Outside the computer world I am an avid kayak angler and also enjoy snorkeling.

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Tomb Raider
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Predator_828 Author
Predator_828 May 31 2013 says:

This reminds of a Scene from The Lost World: Jurassic Park...

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N.Aaroe Jun 1 2013 replied:

Ha, I see why

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Predator_828 Jun 1 2013 replied:

- the T-Rex XD

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Back in 2009 I bought Tomb Raider: Underworld, but I didn't really enjoy it, hell I never even finished the game. However with the new Tomb Raider, Square Enix has really set the bar for a survival story.

The cut-scenes are plentiful throughout the story and are of exceptional quality; the voice acting is of extremely high quality; the graphics is breathtaking; the game play is rewarding and immersive whilst not getting too repetitive; 'lastly Lara Craft is hot' - the best part XD ... If you looking for a good story and many hours of entertainment, you will certainly get your money's worth in this game.

Here are a few screens I took. I am running the game on the highest visual settings. Sadly though, TressFX raped my framerate :( :( :( (I hear it doesn't work well with Nvidia GPU's)so no super HD Lara Craft hair for me. ***Nvidia hurry your asses up and extent proper support!***

I also used a sweetFX preset, in my opinion it is a must have if you looking for cinematic style quality. Gsngaming.com

May 31st, 2013
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