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Lara Croft makes her Dreamcast debut in Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation, a must-have title for fans of the busty heroine's PlayStation exploits. Featuring high-resolution graphics that rival those of the PC version, this visual masterpiece sports a "fleshed-out" Lara in addition to lighting and water effects that make its 3-D environments seem all the more realistic.
Beneath the surface, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation is pretty much the same old Tomb Raider action-adventure formula, with gameplay consisting of exploration, combat, and puzzle solving. (Which is not necessarily a bad thing, as most Tomb Raider fans just can't seem to get enough.) However, gamers do get to play as "young" Lara Croft for the first time, and the gallery mode rewards players with pictures of Lara as they progress through the game.
Unfortunately, advancing in Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation can be quite frustrating at times, as the controls--which utilize all the functions of the Dreamcast controller--are not only awkward, but also lack the responsiveness that some of the game's challenges require. --Joe Hon
- Enhanced graphics rival those of the PC version
- Ability to play as young Lara Croft
- Gallery feature a definite plus for fans
- Poor controls