Pigs. Lazy, smelly, hairy, disgusting pigs. If it weren't for the women in our lives, we'd probably eat potato chips for dinner. In fact, if stranded on an island, we'd probably dedicate ourselves to waiting patiently for a woman to arrive and help us leave. At least, that's what you'd think, but the Scavengers who stumbled upon the mysterious, ancient island in the Dragon's Triangle, before the crew of the Endurance, probably wish they never saw a woman again.
It's an odd thing to think when you consider Lara Croft's iconic status as a video game heroine. Young men have ogled her polygons for over 15 years, whether her games were worth playing or not. Still, Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix have approached the timeless character in an incredibly modern way, redesigning her look and gameplay from the ground up. But does Tomb Raider draw too heavily from a half-tucked hero who's stolen her thunder?