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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 402d ago | review

Tomb Raider Review - The Digital Fix

It seems odd that such a well-known action heroine, perhaps the archetypical gaming female lead, should land on the ageing current generation of consoles as gamers around the world start to get distracted by the forthcoming onslaught of novel hardware. Odder still when the adventure we’re joining Lara Croft, Tomb Raider, on is a reboot and origin story all in one. Despite this once you sit down and play it, enjoy it and immediately fall in love with it, you’ll not mind. It’s a reminder of the cyclical nature of gaming or the Ouroboros effect if you will. A reminder that here shines upon the medium as a whole helping to ensure an Indian summer for the current gen and lending hope that the beginning of the next will start with such quality. (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360) 9/10

Pintheshadows  +   402d ago
Is this game making anyone elses PS3 slim go nuts. I've never heard the fan so loudly before. It just woke my dog up and he isn't in my room. The console isn't even that warm.

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