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Submitted by Pozzle 589d ago | opinion piece

A Feminist Reviews Tomb Raider's Lara Croft

Forbes: "The good news is, this version of Lara, while definitely off-balance and vulnerable, is one we can empathize with, and doesn’t project an aura of needing help. Quite the opposite, in fact: The game does an absolutely superb job of balancing her between inexperience and determination. Lara might be wounded and afraid, but she’s going to press on regardless. We do root for her, but she also demands our respect." (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

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