Lara Croft gets an origin story and a new beginning in this adept game that revitalises the aging franchise.
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The latest Tomb Raider release offers improved level design and plenty of tools to keep you interested but unfortunately suffers from poor controls, and some irritating camera angles.
Typical price: $80.00
If you’re a Tomb Raider fan, then Legend has everything you’ve always loved about the series -- exotic locales, clever puzzles and, of course, the gorgeous Lara. It also has none of the things you hated, such as clunky controls.
Typical price: $100.00
A group of former Eidos and Ubisoft devs have gone rogue, creating their own indie studio and a brand new game designed to bring a full RPG experience to mobile.
The game, starring Lara Croft, was able to deliver far more detail on the PlayStation 4, compared to the PlayStation 3.
Square Enix has quietly launched a ported version of the original 1996 Tomb Raider on the iTunes app store, with support for third-party controllers.
Step into the Wayback Machine to see how it all began.
That's less than half what you'd pay for Tomb Raider alone. This PC game bundle is one of the best I've seen for action fans. Plus: two software freebies!
Conan O'Brien cannot quite come to terms with how often Lara Croft dies. Reviewing the new "Tomb Raider" game is therefore a little much for him. Especially when he causes her to be impaled through the throat.
Nearly 17 years after Lara Croft first appeared in a videogame, the Tomb Raider franchise is reborn.