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Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider explores the intense and gritty origin story of Lara Croft and her ascent from a young woman to a hardened survivor. Armed only with raw instincts and the ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance, Lara must fight to unravel the dark history of a forgotten island to escape its relentless hold. Download the Turning Point trailer to see the beginning of Lara’s epic adventure. A Turning Point: Experience Lara Croft’s intense origin story from a young woman to a hardened survivor. An All-New Raiding Experience: Explore a mysterious island filled with environmental puzzles, visceral combat, and tombs to discover. Fight to Live: Salvage resources, gain experience, and upgrade Lara’s weapons and tools to survive the island’s hostile inhabitants. Survive as a Team: Play a variety of multiplayer modes as Lara’s Shipmates or Yamatai’s Scavengers.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I brought this game years ago but Thank you Square Enix for free giveaways.
Stay safe everyone.

Review from Steam

Incredible game that was ahead of it's time and brought parkour, combat, and single player all together perfectly. I highly recommend this game, it had no flaws and despite it coming out in 2013 it was easily one of my favorite single player games I have ever played. Definitely worth the price with or without the sale.

Review from Steam

I'm playing Tomb Raider 2013 since 2014 and I like this game, specially the multiplayer mode.
Bu there is some bad points, they didn't put any anti-cheat, this game is full of cheater, it makes players bored about that and day after day the game dies. Good campaign mode, the story is very nice. Good graphisms for a 2013 game.
Sorry for my bad english speaking o:

Review from Steam

Overview
This is going to be a really long review, so I'm just going to start off with an overview of the whole game. For, one I really enjoyed playing it because of its unique playstyle and interesting storyline. This game kept me engaged the whole time and even though I finished the main storyline, I feel like there is sitll more for me to do. And one last thing, I won't be reviewing Multiplayer here, since I haven't played multiplayer yet.
Story
The storyline is definitely a strong point of this game. Rather than giving you evrything from the start, you get thrown into an unknown world with little known about the end of the game and the path that leads to it. You find out more progressively as you search and discover ruins to find ancient relics that give more clues about the past. However, you don't have to explore each area to its fullest potential the first time you enter the game, you can also come back to areas with fast travel (except for at the very end towards the conclusion of the game). The tombs you can raid are also kind of like side quests and the relics that you can find, both inside the tombs and around the map give you insight into the area and the main story. There are also several cut scenes that add onto the story and I thought the experience was a lot more directed than a game such as Skyrim, but it still provides a large amount of freedom.
Level Design/Graphics
Speaking of freedom and your ability to enjoy the world around you, I feel like this feeds perfectly into another aspect of the game. One of the most important parts of the modern game is the graphics engine with which it runs, as well as how it is exploited to provide the best experience. Though this Tomb Raider is undoubtedly older than what one would consider modern, I still find that it does a good job with shaders and keeping the world immersive. And though the textures, normals maps, and hair physics may not be the best I have ever seen, they are still very good. The cinematic cutscenes feel actually cinematic and everything seems to be smoothed out with animations which makes the experience itself a lot more enjoyable. I also really enjoyed how this game had well worked out levels, beautiful scenery, and a in fact a partially open world experience. Though some levels will collapse, break, and change once you go through them, other parts of the island are simply very enjoyable slow-paced worlds than can be explored once the game is over, which brings to my next point.
Gameplay
Last, but not least I want to talk about gameplay (please keep in mind this review is directed at those interested in Tomb Raider for the single player experience). The gameplay was fluid and interseting. You have the parkour notion which is one of the biggest parts of the Tomb Raider series. This part doesn't seem to be too difficult in this game, but it certainly isn't easy either. Another portion is the shooter portion where a bunch of guys try to murder you and you protect yourself (because you don't want to die). However, the main part about this game in particular that I like, is that there isn't just one way to go about all this. Somtimes you can be sneaky and try and get around without being seen, or take out any guards before the sound an alarm. Another way is to just run into battle (which I wouldn't recommend). There are so many ways to make your way through the levels. And even though combat was for the most part repetetive, there were some new enemies introduced as the game proceeded, which made the game a bit harder, though not that much harder. The game also introduced new elements to the game as it proceeded which made the experience a bit more dynamic. However, every now and again, the game struggeled a bit with finding where to place the camera, and it gave me some confusing moments. Other times Lara (the main character) would not grab on to the zip line (and thus fall to her death). But other than that I don't really have any complaints.
Conclusion
Should you buy this game? Yes, it will provide you with a great deal of fun, and you will definitely enjoy the experience.

Review from Steam

Used to play Tomb raider back in the day and got bored after the third one. But after watching the trailer for this game, I decided to pick it up and jumped into it.
Well, that jump turned into a 10,000mph dive and I was hooked. HOOKED I SAY.
Although I usually hate rail games, this remake is fantastic and I highly recommend you pick it up.
Regardless if you pay full price (currently $14.99) or pick it up on sale, you will not regret it.

Review from Steam

I bought this game during the 2017 Summer sale..... and I beat it the day I got it. This is probably one of the best games i've ever played, and i've beat a good few. I would recommend to anyone looking for a new game.
It took about 8 hours to beat, so it was an alright length.
(and it was only $5??)
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Review from Steam

While I've seen many people who disagree, I think this game is magnificent. The story, the characters, the gameplay, it all goes together very well. While I have not played any of the older Tomb Raider games for any extended period of time, I can tell that one difference is that in this, Lara seems more human insofar as she actually has emotions. There are tons and tons of games where the character you play as just seems to lack emotions in many cases, most often combat situations. They just go and kill the enemies like it's an everyday thing for everyone.
I've seen people say things along the lines of Lara being 'whiney', but I disagree. She was just a regular person, and never went through anything outstandingly terrible at the beginning of this game. What would you do if you were thrown into this situation? You would probably freak out, and she did, making her character be realistic. My one complaint is that sometimes it seems like half of her dialogue is some kind of grunt or scream. Yes, again it is kind of realistic because you and I would likely be grunting and screaming as much as we are talking, but still. Some of it seems much more high pitched and girly than necessary.
I've seen people say that Lara takes too much punishment to be able to walk and run around. Yes, this is true, but think of it this way. She is in a survival situation, the adrenaline would help keep her going. Besides, what fun would a game like this be if it were 100% realistic? You get shot once and you're dead? Boring and frustrating. She got impaled through the abdomen at the beginning, you want her limping around slowly through the whole game? Again, boring and frustrating. Although it can be said that they could have skipped the injury entirely, it actually does contribute towards the game, showing that she initially does have at least an above average pain tolerance, still being able to climb around when necessary while still showing obvious signs of more than just a little bit of pain from the injury.
Now, the story? Well, it's hard to go into detail of why I like it so much, so I'll put it simply. I've played through the whole game twice the first three days I had it, and now I'm going in for a 3rd time just because I love it so much. Enough said?
Also, graphics? There's a graphics option just for the quality of Lara's hair. I think that speaks for itself. It also absolutely KILLS my framerate when I turn it on, too. My PC is decently powered too, frames are really smooth otherwise.