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Tomb Raider Anniversary + no save game option


cowgirl66

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Hi, In Croft Manor I'm unable to autosave or save games manually as there is no Save Game in the Escape menu. I skip the first cinematic when Lara enters, cross several checkpoints, but each time I restart the game I'm taken back to the opening cinematic scene where Croft Manor first began.

I have played this game before (although some time past) and I can't call to mind what I'm doing wrong.

I need help!

Regards cowgirl66

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mrwoowoo

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You're a naughty,rude boy,constructing a pervy pinky mod like that.
*Frantically searching for my Anniversary game disc* (((((O:!

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wolfie3000

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Well the pinky mod was one of my favourite mods to make lol.

I actually take requests for tomb raider mods so if anyone wants a mod for the game like new clothes ect.. then just contact me with what you want via the yellow envelope.

The more descriptive the better and pictures of what you want help too.

i can even send back pictures of the mods progress and how it looks in game so if theres any changes you want done.

Sorry to hijack the thread.

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