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Submitted by TheIconGuy 895d ago | review

Tomb Raider Review | DaxGamer

DaxGamer's Ed: "The name Lara Croft has been a house hold name in the gaming industry since debuting in 1996 with titles being released for the Sega Genesis, Playstation, Playstation 2, PC, PCS3, Xbox 360, Wii & PSP. The games were a mixture of action, platforming and puzzle solving with the latter being the main focus for the franchise. The series would enjoy its fair share of success however; it has stumbled with recent releases with the exception of the Tomb Raider Legend and 2008’s Tomb Raider Underworld. Five years later and we have a new Tomb Raider title albeit a reboot for the long running franchise. The newest title is the 5th in the series to be developed by Crystal Dynamics and attempts to take Lara Croft back to her roots. Is the latest release the much needed revival that gamers have been waiting for?" (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider 2013, Xbox 360) -

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