Lara Croft is back in a brand new adventure for gaming platforms across the board. With the success of "Tomb Raider Legend," the team at Crystal Dynamics is back in the driver's seat. This latest "Tomb Raider" will try and find a solid balance between puzzles and action when it hits stores November 21.
Why waste time playing sucky, decades-old Commodore 64 and Super Nintendo games when their modern counterparts are infinitely superior?
I was treated to some of Lara Croft's new motion capture-generated acrobatics. Brilliantly, she gets covered in dirt when she's climbing around filthy walls and mud-streaked floors