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Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
Game Over Online
30 August 2015
Excerpt: The Summer of Arcade on Xbox Live recently wrapped up with the release of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, but this isn’t your typical Tomb Raider adventure. In fact, it doesn’t even carry the Tomb Raider name.
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light review (X360)
23 December 2011
Excerpt: You wouldn't think that a mirror would cause so much trouble. Yet as Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light begins, intrepid explorer and tomb raider Lara Croft finds herself--at gunpoint--lifting a mystical mirror from a pedestal in South America.
Conclusion: They looked almost impossible at first, but as I am sure you are all aware, a little practice makes it a lot easier. All in all this is one of the best Xbox Live Arcade games I have played, and I picked it up in the Christmas sales, so the price was very nice as well.
Excerpt: It's quite remarkable that Crystal Dynamics has been able to create a game that feels designed for solo play just as much as it does for co-op. On my first run through the studio's download-only Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, the mixture of combat, puzzles and platforming seemed built around...
Conclusion: Regardless of whether Lara Croft: The Guardian of Light marks the future of the series or if is merely a side-project while the next full instalment is prepped and polished, it remains a remarkably successful experiment, and something of a bench-mark for downloadable gaming.
Summary: " Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light " is an interesting game. It’s a great principle, and it reminded me a lot of the old fantastic Baldur’s Gate Dark Alliance games. But, the temple is rather samey, and there’s not enough visual variety.