Kotaku - She's always been a shape-shifter, our Lara. Not just in the silhouette shaped by ever-advancing polygon technology, but also in the sorts of games she's headlined. The newest Lara Croft game molds her into a form that's a little bit of both past and present. It works, mostly.
This is the return of the wise-cracking Lara, the one who shrugs off falls and shoots undead enemies with a smirk. The 2013 Tomb Raider reboot—a new origin story with a younger, much more vulnerable Lara—didn't offer much by way of actual ancient grave pilfering but Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is rife with it. In fact, it's pretty much the whole game.