Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation is the fourth game in Eidos' popular Tomb Raider franchise. Developed by Core, it was originally released in November 1999 for the Sony PlayStation and PC, although it subsequently saw releases for the Dreamcast and the Macintosh in March and December of 2000 respectively. The beginning of the game featured a 16 year old Lara adventuring in Cambodia with her mentor, Werner Von Croy. Infamously, this is the game that killed off Lara in the original series, with her being buried in a tomb. The following game, Tomb Raider: Chronicles, was a look at some of her past, lesser known adventures.
Tomb Raider and adventurer.
Werner Von Croy
Lara's former Mentor. He first brought Lara to Angkor Wat when she was 16 years old to train her.
An Egyptian Archaeologist and friend of Lara's.
Ancient Egyptian God of Storms, Chaos, and Evi.
In a marked departure from the globe-trotting tendencies of earlier games in the franchise, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation restricts all of its action to a single country -- specifically, Egypt.
Of the thirty-something levels featured in The Last Revelation, only two of them are located somewhere other than Egypt. These short 'tutorial' levels, designed to help the player get to grips with the game, are set in Cambodia.
- Valley of The Kings
Windows 95/98/ME/XP (Home Edition)
Pentium 233 (Min.), Pentium 266 (Rec.)
4x CD-ROM Drive
16MB RAM (Min.), 32MB (Rec.)
DirectX 6.1 compatible 3D graphics card (Min.)
DirectX 6.1 compatible sound card