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Submitted by Sunnyknight 547d ago | review

Gamebreak: Tomb Raider

Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics have done an incredible job once again to deliver a very eye catching and action packed game. Tomb Raider is a reboot of the franchise as well as a prequel. To take a change in direction for such a well known franchise is a big step this day and age, take Devil May Cry for example. Although there wasn’t as much controversy over the appearance of the new Lara there was definite talks about the game being a carbon copy of currently existing third person shooter adventure games. In my first my play through, I was able determine that this is most definitely not a carbon copy of any game. Perhaps the borrowing of elements exist (which is pretty common in all games), but Tomb Raider most definitely is a title that stands on it’s own. (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360) -

ThaTruthMVP  +   547d ago
Loved this game. Agree that the multiplayer component was tacked on but other than that, great game

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