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- Square Enix 91041
- Square Enix 91041 Tomb Raider X360
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After a brutal storm destroys the boat she was travelling on, a frightened young woman is left washed ashore on an unknown beach. On her own but not alone she has only one goal, to survive. Here begins the first adventure for a young and inexperienced Lara Croft in a story which charts the journey of an ordinary woman who finds out just how far she must go in order to stay alive.
Tomb Raider is an Action-Adventure game that introduces players to the origin of one of the most identifiable video games icons of all-time, Lara Croft. The game features a blend of survival, stealth, melee and ranged combat, and exploration gameplay as a young Lara Croft is forced to push herself past her know limits to survive and unravel the dark history of a forgotten island. In the process she will unlock the adventurer within her. Additional game features include: weapons both familiar and new, upgradable items, a variety of play environments, and human and animal enemies.
A Survivor is Born
When the first ever Tomb Raider game launched in 1996 it was a revolution. Outstanding in terms of graphics, gameplay, and storyline, it changed the way that video games were played and developed forever. Fronting the games assault on the world was the central character, Lara Croft. Lara was also to have an incredible impact, quickly becoming the most recognized and celebrated female action heroine and an icon for the video games industry.
This newest rendition of Tomb Raider explores the intense and gritty origin story of Lara Croft and her ascent from a frightened young woman to the hardened survivor that she would become known as. Armed only with raw instincts and the ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance, Lara must fight to unravel the dark history of a forgotten island to escape its relentless hold.
Key Game Features
- Tomb Raider Rebooted - The new version of Tomb Raider is designed to reboot the game series for both the new generation of gamers, as well as longtime fans
- The Origins of Lara Croft - Set before even the earliest of classic games in the series, Tomb Raider serves as an origin story for Lara Croft, detailing her metamorphosis from an unsure young woman, to a superstar adventurer
- Diverse Gameplay - The game incorporates a variety of gameplay genres, including survival, stealth, melee and ranged combat, exploration, and more
- Weapons - Utilize a variety of weapons, including bow and arrow, an ice ax, and pistol
- Xbox LIVE Achievements - Grow your Xbox LIVE gamer score as Lara pushes beyond the limits of human endurance and unravels the dark history of a forgotten island
Do what is necessary to survive.
Engaging gameplay mechanics.
Utilize a variety of weapons.
Diverse play environments.
Top customer reviews
This game came to my house while I was at work and when I got home I immediately put it into my Xbox and started playing and was instantly wowed by the amazing cut scene graphics. I am also very very surprised at how good the in game graphics were. Stunning. The movements that Lara makes are very fluid and very adaptable to the environment and what happens to her throughout the game. So far I like the weapons in this game. Easy to use and easy to aim. The upgrade system attached to the weapons and the survival skills of Lara are also something I wasn't expecting but left me happy nonetheless. I love the fact that I have a handgun in the game but the fact that I can tweak and upgrade what I can do with it.
I haven't played the multiplayer mode yet only campaign. I love the campaign so far. It takes a break from the normal shoot em up games and your normal adventure looking for treasure games. The things that have happened to Lara so for in the game actually shocked me like I was watching a movie. There are times when she would get injured in a cutscene and times where she is just so emotional about the things that have happened to her and whats going on around her that just brings alot more to the game than just what you see on the screen. You feel for her and what she's going through. Like I said I haven't finished the game yet but I don't expect for a second that I'll be let down. Plus the fact that Lara is still pretty good looking even without the short shorts people are used to seeing. lol Get this game!
The environments are breathtaking. While playing, I found myself pausing just to move the camera around. Just to look at the amazing detail. Not only are the graphics great, so is movement and overall feel. The movement is great. Contrary to most third person games, it doesn't feel like you're dragging your character around. Lara responds well and movement feels fluid. Apart from a few clunky times when controls respond incorrectly in the most annoying situations, it's a great game in that sense.
The platforming is great. Challenging, but not extremely frustrating. Like mentioned earlier controls can get clunky at times, but not often.
Combat got some much needed love. Rather than the usual signature double pistols, Lara's signature weapon is now the silent and deadly bow. This will help often because there's a stealth approach to several situations, though stealth can be clunky and frustrating at times due to enemies reacting in ways they shouldn't (seeing bodies in other rooms strangely far away from them when they shouldn't, etc.) There's also the shotgun, pistol, and rifle which each can upgraded by finding weapon parts and pieces you can acquire by exploring, opening up part boxes and looting enemies- making exploring much more rewarding. A huge part of combat is played by the skill/level system- gain XP to level up and unlock new great combat skills, as well as others. It does feel at times that quick time button mashing plays too big a role in several combat moments, and the game's combat can feel too easy at times. But you won't mind because everything else is just such a great time to play.
As for optional activities, there's a few tombs and hidden documents that I HIGHLY recommend exploring. Each of the hidden relics/documents push the story forward and are actually very interesting considering the whole game's setting. The optional tombs give great rewards, not only in their interesting puzzles but their great interesting feel of exploration they give. Overall there isn't that much of optional things to do, but the ones that are there are so fun to do you won't even mind!
The game isn't open world and is pretty linear but so much detail is packed into the game. You also have the choice to fast travel from campsites to other discovered areas to explore them over and maybe find things you missed earlier. I usually prefer open world games but this is a great combination of linear and open world that just makes the game that much better.
Overall, a must-get. Beautiful, beautiful game. Multiplayer is bad, but forget that. Singleplayer is the star here, and this game is a solid 10/10.
Edit: It's been two years. My review was lacking. But if you want adventure, this one has it and more than that. You like Lara Croft, pick this game.You want survival games this one's a heck of a survival game. You get to play as Lara, see how she starts killing and now kinda enjoys it. But hey it's survival. Some fun facts lying around if you care to discover artifacts. This is one of those games you actually won't mind completing 100%. And I'm not a completionist. This Lara's also the best because she has a modest look here yet still showing beauty and strength. I'm a man but I'd pick Lara over the guy at PS3. Although he's probably good too.
As soon as it tosses you into the game, about 10 minutes in you are sucked in. Lara Croft is brutally put through incredible challenges, so much so I feel like this is on torture porn-esqe without the nudity. I normally don't flinch but this one made me flinch, some of the death scenes are wicked nasty. Despite this, I've overall enjoyed this reboot even though I haven't beat it. Like many have said it feels like a proper game compared to its older brother, in ways it's almost uncharted like. You could see influences.
Lara is a better and more rounded character this time with a decent story. While more or less it's rinse and repeat, do this, find that, explore new cave, it does well enough it doesn't get too exhausting.
Few of the things to complain on, I wouldn't say it's buggy but it does have issues climbing at certain areas mainly when using the bow & rope. One example I was climbing back and when I got off it shot me away at least 30ft and I ended up on the cliff I was trying to get on.
This doesn't ruin the game at all. I've enjoyed it so far and it's been fine. The crafting and skills mechanics are nice and not overwhelming, simple really.
Graphics are brilliant, audio is nice and loud with great voice actors.
Without much issue, 5/5.