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Default Rise of the Tomb Raider Review

We have a review today from Nick at SPOnly for the Lara Croft game Rise of the Tomb Raider, that will be released tomorrow to the general public. Looks like it could be a fun adventure game! Hit the link to see if its worth the price.


I really enjoyed Crystal Dynamic’s Tomb Raider reboot back in 2013. While offering plenty of action-heavy set piece moments, the game was also smartly designed to not feel too linear and to provide players with areas to explore and discover hidden secrets. Having been well received, Crystal Dynamics promised a sequel that would expand on the games’ strengths and improve upon what it lacked most…tombs.

With Rise of the Tomb Raider, Crystal Dynamics, for the most part, achieved what they set out to do.

Rise of the Tomb Raider starts off shortly after the events of the 2013 reboot, with Lara having recently discovered that her father wasn’t crazy and that his mythical tales were indeed real. Instead of returning home, Lara sets out to complete her father’s work and uncover the truth about the “Divine Source,” a secret her father died trying to uncover.

The story found in Rise of the Tomb Raider is average, but good enough to make you want to push forward through the game. Camilla Luddington once again reprises her role as Lara Croft and does an exceptional job at portraying the character. Her character builds upon the tropes set forth in the 2013 Tomb Raider, with Lara stating at multiple points during the game that she doesn’t need any help to get the job done.

The supporting cast isn’t as strong this time around in my opinion. The main antagonist in the game is actually an interesting character at the surface that Crystal Dynamics unfortunately didn’t expand upon. Without saying too much about the story, there’s multiple characters with agendas of their own that keeps your mind running with theories about what will happen up until the very end of the game. The story will take the average player around 12 hours to complete.





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