For us the ever loyal fans of Tomb Raider, this is an exciting news coming straight to us, the game is finally out, saw the trailer a while ago and I got so excited, let me take you through what you need to know about the game. Meanwhile, the game is available on all major platforms, the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Lara’s troubled introduction to the island involves a ton of story development, integral cutscenes and quick time events. This results in an introductory portion of the game that helps players feel and see Ms. Croft’s most hair raising and heart wrenching moments. One of the more dramatic set pieces occurs when Lara makes her first kill. This scene is emotionally impactful, as Lara must come to grips with what she did and what she must do from that point forward. Lara must then contend with deep pitfalls, dangerous parachute landings, rabid wolves and the twisted denizens who habit the island.
Once the game’s environment becomes readily available for more exploration, everything starts to click. Players will enjoy leveling up Lara as they hunt for food, engage her enemies, discover tombs and discover locations for the first time. If feels like everything Lara does helps her develop into a more worthy hunter/adventurer, which is a stark contrast to her former self at the start of the game.
Lara’s armory serves her well and the hand-to-hand/armed combat feels tight and visceral. The first time you unload an arrow into some hapless victim, you’ll want to do it again and again. You’ll also feel a twinge of glee when you drop a baddie with Lara’s shotgun. The violence factor is ratcheted up for this reboot, so be prepared to cringe at a few death scenes.
Players take control of survivors or mercenaries on a variety of maps, but all the modes are fun for about 30 minutes or so. The multiplayer tries mechanics to differentiate itself from other shooters (setting traps, for example). But it doesn’t do anything else to stand out from the pack. heavy.com say so