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Submitted by GamePodunk 956d ago | opinion piece

The Jungle, It Changes You: The Trials of Lara Croft

GP: "A lot has been said about Lara Croft’s upcoming reboot so far, with an onus placed on the recent events in the game where it is alluded to Lara being threatened with rape by one of the pirate lackeys before she is forced to kill him. Much has been said about this facet of the story around the web and for the most part, it has been treated with aversion and resistance.

Personally, I think this segment of the story is part of the greater whole of the narrative and the role of the jungle itself is the real catalyst for Lara’s suffering and transformation to the badass we all know and love." (Culture, PC, PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

Ostercy  +   955d ago
Apparently the jungle changes your nationality, stops you from being a archaeologist any more and strips you of your aristocratic title. Stupid disrespectful jungle!

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