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As 1996 drew to a close, the first significant raft of 3D releases were beginning to emerge, with Tomb Raider being among the first of that wave. Mario 64 had been released only a few months previously, taking the strong level design and imaginative puzzles the 2D Mario’s had been known for, and converting it into a gloriously colourful and endlessly playful 3D World. Before anyone could become accustomed to the new perspective, Core Design released an entirely different game in Mario 6...31 out of 46 found this review helpful.
Quick SummaryTomb Raider is a 3D, third person game developed by Core Design, released in 1996. Players play as Lara Croft, an adventurer commissionned to explore a series of ruins and caves in Peru in order to find an ancient artifact. The gameplay largely revolves around careful exploration of levels, platforming challenges,and third-person shooting. Levels are typically set in ancient ruins, cavernous natural settings, or a combination of the two, and contain traps, puzzles and enemies. Whil...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
When most people think of Tomb Raider they think of the incredibly busty babe in short shorts from England that duels two hand guns and a back pack the size of a small purse. Depsite Core Design's successful attempt at creating a video game sex symbol, the actual Tomb Raider game itself is quite a classic. The game is an action adventure taking much of its inspiration and ques from the famed Indiana Jones series. However instead of Indy we have the more attractive archeaologist Laura Croft. The ...0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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