Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by vimmers » 03 Jan 2019 20:05

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03 Jan 2019 17:19
I can get her to slide down, but can't get to the opening before the walls on both sides close in. Maybe someone can do this for me? thanks.
here you go
but i really don't understand why you cheat
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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by sandy2 » 03 Jan 2019 21:59

Thank you ...... It is mostly for the flares ..... poor eyesite.

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Jorge22 » 13 Jan 2019 17:57

Sorry for being a drag... again. But Avast has blocked the download, so I may not be playing this which is a shame. A huge shame actually.

I must say Avast isn't blocking every patched TR exe, much less blocking the download right from the start. I know it's nobody's fault except for the fact that nobody seems to care. Well, fine. I'd just like to let you know... again. One thing is a fake positive after downloading (and I know from experience the personnel at Avast are willing to check it out and correct whatever they find is a mistaken detection); a totally different thing is a blocked download.

Again, I'm sorry because I'd really like to play this but I'm not taking any more chances.

No need to comment anyone. We're not getting to any conclusions anyway.

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Post by Jorge22 » 13 Jan 2019 19:53

And, ok, maybe this is a little silly in the end. In spite of the facts.

So what I'll do is start a thread where people can add whichever downloads were blocked as well as by what program. That may be useful... I think.

If Michael and the mods decide there's no place for one such thread, then they may delete it and I'm fine with it.
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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by JesseG » 14 Jan 2019 01:19

That is a good idea. Maybe we'll be able to draw patterns between the programs that are being blocked (maybe specific features like playing movies can increase the changes, for example).

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Dutchy » 14 Jan 2019 17:16

Turn it off

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Jorge22 » 15 Jan 2019 22:56

Turn what off? :huh2:
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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Jorge22 » 15 Jan 2019 22:57

JesseG wrote:
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That is a good idea. Maybe we'll be able to draw patterns between the programs that are being blocked (maybe specific features like playing movies can increase the changes, for example).
I couldn't agree more. Obviously. :roll:
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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Dutchy » 19 Jan 2019 20:09

Jorge22 wrote:
15 Jan 2019 22:56
Turn what off? :huh2:
Avast..

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Jorge22 » 19 Jan 2019 20:18

I did it before and I won' do it again (not with a new PC, anyway). I mean, levels that won't download. I'd rather be really cautious than having to fix things afterwards. It's ok if you don't agree. :)
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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by vimmers » 20 Jan 2019 01:13

jorge you shouldn't be on this forum
it's not secure to be here
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must be awful to be so paranoid

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Post by Jorge22 » 20 Jan 2019 12:14

I must say... Lol! You do understand that "you shouldn't be on this forum" could be considered offensive if I were paranoid...

I'm basically the opposite of paranoid by nature and paranoid behaviours annoy me a lot. But it's only reasonable to pay attention to what happened before (it may have had something to do and it may not but why should I take chances? - in the end it's this game or that game that I won't be playing, no big deal really. And why is the community so inconsistently laid back about it? Why the hell do we even have antiviruses if they just won't work properly? And, above all, why do I even have to justify myself?).

Hope you have a great Sunday! ;)

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On the other hand, you may (just may) be right in one thing: maybe I can disconnect Avast for the download, trash the exe and replace it by a safe one which I'm sure will work just as well. Even in the case of any potential harm, nothing should happen if one doesn't trigger the said exe.

You may be right about something else too even though you probably couldn't care less. I make a point of having my blogs and sites https. It's really not that hard at all, you know; generally speaking, you just click and choose. And I'm sure visitors who even notice will prefer them that way.
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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by cory » 21 Jan 2019 12:42

Can anyone tell me where this level ends? It's around 150 MB but it seems quite short, it ended for me in Venice after Lara found 2 pieces that she needed to combine, then she tries to jump over the fence and the game is over. Is it the big locations that are taking up so many megabytes or did I somehow miss a part of the adventure? It looked like the ending was legit, not a crash. Usually a level that big lasts much longer.

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by Dutchy » 21 Jan 2019 12:47

Jumping the fence is indeed the end as you could have checked in a walkthrough :D
She obviously discovered a (back) way into the Xian Clan hideout, which I assume will be the next level

Levels with such high detail will result in larger downloads, times of the 40 mb's are over..

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Re: Tomb Raider: Anniversary II - Definitive Demo

Post by cory » 25 Jan 2019 13:32

I'll have to look at the walkthrough, I see in another thread other people explored some areas in the level that I've never been to. Don't like reading the walkthroughs so as not to spoil the fun for myself.
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