Excerpt: Being the first properly 3D action adventure series, the Tomb Raider games reached iconic status well over a decade ago and ushered a generation of boy gamers into the tissue-littered fields of puberty.
Summary: Crystal Dynamics has done wonders in rebooting Tomb Raider for a new generation. There are times when the game snatches away control too freely and with too little warning, and when the story hits a few bumps, but the single-player campaign is otherwise a great experience.
Excerpt: Tomb Raider Available on PC (Reviewed on a Sapphire HD 7970), PS3 & XBox 360 Move over Nathan Drake... Lara is back to take the crown! One of the most anticipated games of 2013 has finally arrived... Tomb Raider .
Conclusion: When I went to E3 back in 2011, I was surprised like everyone else that there was going to be a new Tomb Raider game. I've never been much of a fan of the series so the announcement of a new game wasn't mind blowing for me.
Conclusion: While not every promising idea Tomb Raider has is pulled off successfully, it nevertheless turns in a tense and memorable ride that combines modern game design with its forebears’ adventurous spirit in some exciting ways.
Excerpt: Lara Croft has never been a role model for young women. She has always been a character created by an industry that sells sex and their idea of what the female image should be to anyone who is willing to pay.
Excerpt: in grand fashion to be anything but a shining success story. After years of decent (but not great) sequels and re-hashes, Square Enix and sub-publisher Eidos had finally kicked Core Design off of the franchise and replaced them with Crystal Dynamics, the developers of the original games.