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posted by ncast45 (EDINBURG, TX) Mar 18, 2013

Member since Mar 2013

Was told just to try the game and BOOOOOOOOMMM!!!!!!!!!!! 8 hours later I beat the most amazing game ever, its difficulty matches its storyline and the graphic and designs of the game of the charts. Also anyone who isnt amazed at how laura never dies then your slow bro haha

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Glad I played this.....

posted by smitty1971 (LOUISVILLE, OH) Mar 17, 2013

Member since Jun 2005

Agree with most of the reviews on here, so I won't repeat the common theme.
I normally don't write a review unless the game is horrible (to warn others) or else to give praise.... well the latter is definitely the case on this one.
The story, cut scenes, action, puzzles, etc. are top notch. If you've ever played any of the Uncharted series on the PS3, this is right there as the 360 alternative.
And if you've been living under a rock and never heard of either of these series, then just imagine an amped up version of Indiana Jones!
Developer is taking this series in a new direction and it paid off... the game is awesome.
Oh, and I only played the single player campaign.

At least rent this game !

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Epic Adventure

posted by KLTTENMLTTONS (SEAFORD, NY) Mar 17, 2013

Member since Mar 2013

Having not played the past Tomb Raider titles in more than 10 years, my review may be taken as jaded or refreshingly true. Tomb Raider was the perfcet marriage between epic escapes from massive and beautiful environments crumbling around you, stealthily taking out enemies like Sam Fisher's long-lost daughter, third-person fire fights and enjoyable/creative puzzles. I thoroughly enjoyed this game from beginning to end and would definitely recommend it to anyone that needs a break from the usual first-person multiplayer scene and wants to dive head-first into an epic (yes, that's the third time I've said it) adventure.

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