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Submitted by GadgetGooch 475d ago | review

TruTechNoid | Tomb Raider Review, I Want More…

This has been a welcomed comeback for the Tomb Raider franchise, from the start of this adventure on the hostile island of Yamatai, I was hooked. The intense and gritty origins of Lara grips you and wont let go. The beautiful scenery and fantastic graphics added a huge amount of realism. As I played Tomb Raider I started to notice tiny things in the way Lara reacts to certain environments, if she’s cold she will shiver, If her hands get wet she will try to shake the water off, along with a riveting story, it’s the little things that add up to a truly sophisticated title. (Crystal Dynamics, Eidos, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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