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Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation - PC

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Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 95
Rated: Teen
58 customer reviews

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  • Epic storyline that goes back in time to discover Lara's roots as an adventurer
  • New inventory system allows Lara to combine items to make tools, enhance weapons and solve puzzles during her adventuring
  • Interactive environments allow Lara to shoot switches, read inscriptions, light torches, kick down doors, etc.
  • New weapons and tools including the revolver, crossbow, binoculars, flashlight and various types of ammo
  • Highly evolved artificial intelligence. Enemies mimic, counter and dodge Lara's moves
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Platform: PC

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According to Egyptian legend, Horus, son

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Set entirely in Egyptian locations, Last Revelation's plot revolves around ancient mythology and the alignment of the stars at the millennium. Finding herself in a serious predicament, Lara Croft has a clear objective from the outset: she must escape a terrifying destiny and rectify a situation that threatens to destroy humanity. The storyline is driven seamlessly through advanced engine technology. New programming routines allow gameplay to dissolve into cut-scenes and FMV. Also, loading screens are eliminated, allowing the adventure to become a continuous experience.

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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B00002CF98
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 23, 1999
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,353 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jaman Burton on December 1, 1999
Platform for Display: PC
I agree, the first 30 minutes of the game is rather tough, but that is just becuase some of her moves are new and the play isn't all about pushing and pulling objects...you have to think this time out. I have finished the first 3 and I think this one is the best since the first...all except for it's lighting. You will prolly have to turn the bright level on your tv up, unless you want to walk around with Flares all day. This game was a must buy for me and I am enjoying every penny of it. It has grabbed my attention away from resident evil:3...so you know its good!
Did I mention that you get to play as a teenage Lora? Just that open sequence is worth the money!
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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 1999
Platform for Display: PC
This game may seem more difficult at first. However, once you learn the new moves and game logic the game becomes much more rewarding. The graphics are very good, the plot is better than previous titles and the game pace moves along comfortably once you learn the system. This game is the equal of any of the best exploration adventure games on the market.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ray Dawson on February 7, 2000
Platform for Display: PC
OK, so I'm a longtime Tomb Raider fan, so my opinions may be a bit biased, but this is the *best* Tomb Raider game since the original. I generally liked all the sequels, but TR 2 seemed way too difficult and frustrating in some sections, while #3 was rather disjointed in all the globe-trotting Lara had to endure. Last Revelation, however, is a true gem. The gorgeous and plentiful FMV CGI sequences give the game a cohesive and compelling storyline that was lacking in TR 3. The puzzles are clever and inventive, and certainly solvable with a modicum of thought employed on the part of the player. This isn't a brain-dead "run and shoot" Quake-type game. Some complain it's too dark.. well, of course it's dark in spots! She's in ruins and tombs! Light a flare or torch for heaven's sake! The flares certainly are plentiful.
That being said, the game isn't perfect. I wish Eidos/Core spent more time working out some frustrating bugs, such as when she swims she sometimes gets "stuck" in spots, as if there's an invisible wall blocking her way. There's a patch for some of the more prominent bugs, but this swimming one remains. Second, some of the sound in the FMV sequences is too soft. However, it's still a *great* game. I highly recommend it. :) I hope they do as well with Tomb Raider 5.
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141 of 189 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 25, 1999
Platform for Display: PC
First off I would like to say that I have been a fan of Tomb Raider since the beginning and have bought all the series of games. My only problem with the series was the desire of the designers to make the game absolutely impossible to complete without the requirement of buying a cheat book. I thought that with this TR4 that the designers were attempting to fix this and make the game FUN and not just plain IMPOSSIBLE to beat. Well I was WRONG! This game is absolutely impossible to defeat without a Cheat Guide. Don't even think about buying this game unless you also want to just go ahead and buy the guide. Therefore I do not recommend this game.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By "jdtran" on December 21, 1999
Platform for Display: PC
My only advice for all you so-so gamers out there, is to SAVE ALOT! You don't have to BUY a hint book, there's free walkthroughs available on the Net. I liked this game, the graphics are decent, the movies are cool, and overall it's kind of scary...the only thing is that.. it is, really really HARD to play and HARD to beat. At times, you just want to kick the computer and say "you [bleep bleep] piece of [bleep]...make her go this way! " You keep on running into walls, or jump the wrong way...its frustrating... Well...Tomb Raider: Last Revelation was alot better than Tomb Raider III for sure. I would so-so recommend this game, only to the hardcore Tomb Raider fans and adventure loving gamers that have tons of patience.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 28, 2000
Platform for Display: PC
I have played Tomraiders II and III. I can't tell you enough how great this new version is. What I find more interesting this game are the cut screens at different times in the game. Also, Lara moves so much better, and I love the fact she can traverse around corners. The lighting..the detail is breathtaking. I am only on part three...but am enjoying every minute I play. The walkthrough when Lara was a teen was great. It's also great that she is talking to others in the game. The wait for this version was well worth it. They just keep getting better. I was also glad that I didn't have to learn alot of new moves and weapons. I dreaded the thought actually. I feel comfortable going into new terain this game. I like the way she enters her vehicles...opening doors and having to have keys to operate them. She actually has to open doors to get out too. Its more real to life. I will just keep being a Tombraider player as long as they make them.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Hapworth on July 4, 2000
Platform for Display: PC
In the interview from Eidos prior to The Last Revelation release, fans were promised a game 1) that returns to TR roots, 2) is puzzle based, and 3) Lara's objectives would always be clear (probably in response to all the complaints received over TRIII). Eidos also promised that Lara wouldn't have to run around so much to find objects and that the emphasis on bad guys would be downplayed. Put simply, TLR would be a return, in sorts, to the original Tomb Raider.
Using the Eidos interview as basis, let's look at their claims. First, yes, TLR does a nice job returning to TR's roots, at least in terms of atmoshpere and looks. That's my number one praise. But in terms of gameplay, TLR is far from puzzle-based. It starts out so, but about halfway through the designers decided to return to the convoluted ploys that plagued TRIII. And, having just finished TLR, I'd say that Lara's objectives are far from clear. There are still a lot of thugs to kill off and Lara does an awful lot of running across multiple screens to obtain objects. (there aren't really levels in TLR; Lara passes from one area to another--with a download time in between!)
I think the biggest problem is that the designers simply ran out of great puzzle ideas (which occurred sometime after TRII) where you actually have to use some logic and your brain. This is what made TR1 so fantastic: you knew that if you sat in front of the screen long enough, you'd eventually figure out whatever challenge TRI threw at you.
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