Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation - PC

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Also for: Power Mac, PlayStation, Dreamcast
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Shoot 'Em Up
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Core Soft. Co.: Core
Publishers: Sold Out (GB)
Eidos (GB/GB/US/JP)
Released: 27 Jun 2003 (GB)
1999 (GB)
Unknown (US/JP)
Ratings: 11+


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Tomb Raider 4 – The Last revelation for the PC is the most graphically impressive version so far. Provided your computer is up to it, Tomb Raider’s rich environments come to life with unprecedented levels of lushness. It’s nice to see the game running with such high-resolution graphics as it adds to the cinematic feel. Advanced graphical features such as Bi-linear filtering and bump mapping make the backgrounds really stand out. It almost makes you want to reach out and touch the walls. The more believable the game world is, the easier it becomes to get lost in.

The Tomb Raider series has enjoyed massive success across several platforms. There is good reason for this accomplishment and two major factors in the equation are playability and Lara Croft. Lara is responsible for many a teenage fantasy and has helped generate an enormous amount of publicity. Aesthetics aside, the game itself has many elements that combine to produce a polished and well-rounded experience. The adventure, exploration, combat, story and puzzle solving come together like a jigsaw. Tomb Raider 4 makes you think and simultaneously tests your reflexes.

Tomb Raider 4 teaches itself to you over the first few sections of the game. Introducing new moves and opportunities to test them under the guided supervision of Werner Von Croy. With a successful pedigree history and great graphics and gameplay, Tomb Raider 4 is delightfully entertaining.