Submitted by BrashGames 929d ago | opinion piece

The Death of Lara Croft‏

Liam Pritchard of Brash Games writes "Misplaced chivalry? Underlying sexism? Commitment to the character? Violence within a more grounded setting? Whatever the reason, I think that most would agree that the somewhat brutal death animations in the recently released Tomb Raider reboot are more affecting than your average videogame death". (PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

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