Reviews and Problems with Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light
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3 January 2014
Summary: Solid game within the tomb raider universe. Good puzzles and combat. Nothing groundbreaking, but the isometric perspective is refreshing for the franchise and works well. I didnt get a chance to play co op, but i bet it would add to the experience a lot.
Summary: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is not your traditional Tomb Raider game but this addition to the series is a welcome to not only the series but the Isometric action game genre... with one exception (and a pretty big one).
Summary: This game takes all the elements of Tomb Raider and shoves them into an exciting top down action game. It is a worthy Tomb Raider game and interesting platformer / puzzle game. This has more gameplay than Drake's Fortune. Every room and level is exciting to explore. Danger is everywhere.
Summary: Great game with lots of re-playability. There are tons of weapons to unlock as well as artifacts, relics and even new costumes for Lara. If that isn't enough there are online leaderboards where you can compete with your friends for top score.
Summary: Just completed the game and had a tremendous amount of fun playing it. I was initially skeptical of the isometric viewpoint implemented in "Guardian of Light", but as soon as the game got going those fears were quashed.
Summary: Guardian of Light is a great game for itÂ´s price range, very well polished and the game play is pretty decent even using a keyboard + mouse. If you got a PS3 like controller I think it would be great.
Summary: "Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light" reminds me how good could be play with Lara Croft across incredible places around the world (and in ths case, in central America) and showed me how much funnier it could become if you stop playing it alone and call a friend.