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Tomb Raider (1996): A Relic from a Different Time | Think-Entertainment.Net

Tomb Raider (1996) turns 17 this year. This is good news for those drawn into gaming by Lara Croft’s rampant objectification, but what about those who appreciate a good game? I revisited the classic, curious how age has treated Lara. What I found myself asking was whether we, as gamers, have aged badly. (Retro, Tomb Raider 01)

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