Reviews and Problems with Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light
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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.
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (X360) - Review
16 September 2010
Excerpt: Being quite successful for the third year in a row, Xbox Live's "Summer of Arcade" has given the community over a dozen quality titles to keep the summer months from becoming the usual gaming lull.
Excerpt: Lara Croft has had somewhat of a rocky videogame career, it started out well enough when the British archeologist debuted back in 1996 in Tomb Raider on the Sega Saturn. The savvy lass went on to star in a number of games after that, but it soon became apparent that things had started to go a little...
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Xbox 360 Review
1 September 2010
Excerpt: Games starring Lara Croft are normally rather lonely affairs, although the latest game to star the famous adventuress is anything but lonely. This downloadable title has an emphasis on cooperative play and also has lots and lots of enemies to shoot.
Review: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light (XBLA)
19 August 2010
Excerpt: When it was first announced that a new Lara Croft game would be released for console and PC, the world just shrugged and said, “Yeah, it happens every year”. However, eyes and heads turned when …
Summary: Once upon a time there was a large-breasted adventurer named Lara Croft. Her adventures were so popular that it spawned movies, comic books and a slew of sequels, reboots and remakes. Unfortunately, audiences quickly tired of predictable quests and terrible controls.
Summary: Even if you're one of those people who has completely written off the Tomb Raider series, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is still worth checking out. The developers have made enough changes to warrant another look, especially if you're looking for a fun two-player experience.