Bitmob Review: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

I'm not one to bother with lame secondary objectives, but the hidden items and level-based side-quests -- like scoring a certain number of points or destroying objects around the massive maps -- reward you handsomely. The myriad secret rooms scattered about also pose interesting new challenges that really pay off. The ability-enhancing relics are worth the leaps of faith and narrow escapes.

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Sadie21002768d ago

This game is really a lot more fun than one would think. I got it after reading this, and I'm having a good time in co-op.

ColManischewitz2768d ago

When it comes to console games, I want titles such as Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light that I can play with my wife or my future brother-in-law -- on the couch, no fancy Internet required.