Whatever new features it has in store for its fans, the new Tomb Raider game is expected to be a hit. With a devoted fan base and its decades-long legacy, the Tomb Raider franchise refuses to fade into oblivion.
RotTR was fantastic! I expect Shadow of the Tomb Raider to raise the bar again. Hopefully they can get some interesting side characters in there this time, but as long as they keep the gameplay great I'll be happy!
Hopefully this will get more into the tomb raiding that we know from the early days of PS
Well RotTR had a LOT more tomb raiding in it, especially compared to the first reboot.
Seems you've only played the last two...
I actually liked TR better than RotTR. Am I alone in that?
Alone, no. In a big minority, yes.
No, your not alone. Story wise, while I love Lara, nobody else in the world was interesting, which was the same issue I had with the reboot, but I just didn’t find anyone interesting,. And Jonah just annoying to me. I was bothered with the fact that Lara’s running/walking animations were reused from the reboot in 2013. It may not be a big issue for many, which I can understand. But for me, when games like Uncharted featured new animations for Drake with each new game, it adds to the experience. I also had issues with how weightless Is when your jumping and what not.
A Nathan Drake cameo
I want good story with various locations like jungle and desert
More responsive/less clunky controls. Smoother animations. Better camera.
Tomb Raider Coins
Is that Croft's crypto currency?
Tombs... a vision of how the reboot trilogy ties in with Tomb Radiers past
What ever happened to dual wielding pistols? It happened at the end of the first game but disappeared.. Anyway i would like to see a new graphics engine be used, re playable bosses, an optional co op mode for the campaign with other playable characters, vehicles, etc but thats not gonna happen.. I predict reused assets from part 2 with refinements.. Its still gonna be good but an overhaul would be nice..
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