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Submitted by Pozzle 609d ago | review

Tomb Raider (iOS) Review | Touch, Tap, Play

Tomb Raider on iOS is the same identical game that gamers enjoyed many years ago on the first PlayStation. Aside from the touch controls, the port offers no real improvement over the original formula. The dated mechanics will definitely turn off younger games, as well as some not so young ones who have forgotten how punishing this game is. It's different from the current iOS offerings, though, so you may want to learn more about the game before deciding whether to buy it or not. (iPad, iPhone, Tomb Raider) 7/10

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