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Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Teen
4.2 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews

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Lara Croft returns once again in the fourth installment of the popular Tomb Raider series. The newest effort brings Internet pinup Lara back to the Egyptian tombs that she roamed in the series opener (the now classic Tomb Raider). Our heroine must seek out Horus, an Egyptian god that has the ability to capture the evil soul Set. With a combination of puzzle solving and sharp gaming skills, Lara will navigate through numerous Egyptian locations, including Cairo, Karnak, Giza, Valley of the Kings, and Alexandria.

This game promises to unveil vital background information on Lara Croft, who has emerged as an Internet cult icon since the release of the original Tomb Raider in the mid-'90s. At one point in the game, you will flash back to Lara at age 16 to see the origin of her adventurous spirit that precedes her full-fledged career as a tomb raider.

While gameplay remains faithful to the preceding titles in the series, there are also several new gameplay elements to explore, including a new inventory system, new weapons, and new moves.

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The ubiquitous Lara Croft is back. After multiple appearances on the PlayStation, the aging icon is back to face her "last revelation" before moving on to the PlayStation2. This installment has everything that earlier Tomb Raider games had: physical puzzles, a sufficient arsenal, and lots of exploration, but this time in Egypt.

Lara returns with her old slate of moves plus a few new ones. She can climb, crawl, dangle, swing from ropes, and leap. Revolvers, crossbows, and Uzis are Lara's weapons of choice, and she can combine these with ammo she picks up along the way. Lara also will take control of speedy vehicles for some sweat- wrenching chases through the desert.

The story reveals Lara's roots as a young protégé of Professor Werner Von Croy. A training level puts players in the role of a pigtailed child Croft, getting newcomers accustomed to the controls, after which Lara regains her distinctly grown-up form. While Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation doesn't do much that's new, the old formula works well, although the pace still might be a little too slow for action fans. --Robb Guido

Pros:

  • Rich desert graphics
  • A nice mix of action, adventure, and puzzle solving
Cons:
  • Maybe you've played a game like this before

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ASIN B00001ZT9E
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4.2 out of 5 stars 98 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #17,559 in videogames
#266 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches
Media: Video Game

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By A Customer on December 11, 1999
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This is one of the best PlayStation games I've ever played! The FMV sequences are stunning, especially the one right after the Burial Chambers level. You can save your progress at any time in the game (no more stupid save crystals). The objects in the inventory can be combined to solve puzzles, and unlike Tomb Raider 3, the puzzles don't take forever to solve and you won't find yourself running to the end of the level and then going ALL the way back to the beginning to use one lousy item. Lara has new moves, such as being able to shimmy around corners and climbing poles and ropes. The music is awesome! I often find myself staring at the title screen just to hear the opening music! Make sure not to play this game with the lights off, because some parts WILL scare you (ex: rivers of blood, mummys popping out of nowhere, armies of flesh-eating beetles). The environments are beautiful and the levels (especially the train level) are exciting. This game is a great improvement over TR2 and TR3. If you liked the original Tomb Raider, you'll LOVE The Last Revelation!
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By A Customer on November 7, 1999
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This has got to be the BEST Tomb Raider game in the series. I have played the demo, and the puzzels are so much more than just looking for a lever or an item. You have to combine objects and some of the puzzles really make you think in order to solve them. If you are looking for awesome graphics and exceptional brain teasers, this is the game to go with! 5 Stars for Fun because it is really a huge improvement over the previous games. 5 Stars for Educational because the game makes you think, working out that gray matter muscle. 4 stars for Durability because the recommended specs are a little beefy.
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By A Customer on December 9, 1999
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This is absolutely the best Tomb Raider game I have played since the first one. I really think that Eidos has learned from all of its mistakes, and put together a game that is truly magnificent. I vividly remember how the first Tomb Raider was such a phenonmenom, and the last 2 didn't really live up to my expectations (especially Tomb Raider 3). However, I am very happy with this particular game and just hope that it is NOT her "Last Revelation".
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I just recently have found myself owning a Playstation, and you need games to use it properly right? Well I rented this gem and let me tell you...what fun! I had never before in my life played any Tomb Raider title, I knew that they were quite popular so I thought that I'd give it a try. At first I was really mad-I own a N64 so I was used to a certain kind of game control, and it wasn't the kind that Tomb Raider The Last Revelation uses. I kept thinking "What is the big fuss-you can't even control her! What is everyone thinking! . This is so twisted and sick". I worked at it and soon found out why Lara's adventures are wildly popular. They are so fun! I got used to moving Lara(I don't use the joystick)and soon was having so much fun that I never want to put the game away. Searching through the ancient Egyptian tombs is a blast. I am really into to Egypt so I may be a bit partial to the scenrio...but I can't help it. So far the game is quite a challenge, it makes you think; finally accomplishing whatever puzzle you are stumped at it a great feeling, and I don't look forward to returning it(which means I have to make a purchase very soon). I ordered Tomb Raider Classic because it was a good price(...-you can beat that) and I think I should start at the beginning anyway, but don't worry I will pick this title up too.The graphics are great and the training level was very very helpful. Like I said I haven't played any of the other games in the series but I look forward to trying those out as well. When all is said and done this is a great game and I am very happy to tell you about it.
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By A Customer on March 2, 2000
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This game was great! For those of you who put the Tomb Raider 2 and 3 discs back into their cases, never to play again, here's a chance to get introduced into a whole new Tomb Raider game, with a little of the original in it. This game was awesome because of the cool new vehicles and moves. I loved the jeep and the motorbike. I like the new shimmying around corners idea, too. Lara can now climb up bamboo poles and swing on ropes. The levels are really cool now; there is a level were Lara has to find her way through a speeding train! The new cut scene technique is nice because there are no pokey loading times between them, like Tomb Raider 3. If you thought that the last 2 sequels weren't tomb radin', this is the one to keep.
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By A Customer on December 7, 1999
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I bought this game from my local retailer (sorry Amazon.com, didn't want to wait till after Christmas for it)last Friday, and with the help of a walkthru I found on the Tomb Raider newsgroup, am up to the 9th level of the game. If you are considering getting this game, buy or reserve a Prima Strategy guide for Tomb Raider:The Last Revelation. Some secret places are easy to find, others are hard to find.
This is the game that started the Third-Person game craze, so buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Oh, and get a Playstation Memory Card. With Vibration turned on in this game, you feel every bump, drop, and nibble that the enemy gets from you, if you have a Dual Shock Controller for the Playstation.
I Looooved it!
Shannon Freeman
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