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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris

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The sequel to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, and a spin-off to the larger Tomb Raider franchise. This time, our famous adventurer Lara Croft and her rival tomb raider Carter Bell travel to Egypt to search for the ancient temple, where a magical artifact, Stuff of Osiris, is hidden. The game is set in the temple and its dungeons, designed in Ancient Egyptian aesthetics. Besides shooting monsters, Lara and her partners have to avoid all kind of traps that will immediately remind you of Indiana Jones films. Completing specific missions will grant the player rings and amulets that enhance characters' skills and abilities.

Just like the previous game, The Guardian of Light uses the isometric view. The game allows for a cooperative mode for up to four players. All puzzles are automatically adjusted to the number of players. You can play not only as Lara but also as her friendly rival Carter Bell and two Egyptian gods, Isis and Horus, who were imprisoned in the temple for millenniums by the evil god Set. Their goal is to gather together and revive Osiris, the god who was dismembered by Set, and who can save the Earth from Set's evil. While human characters use firearms and grappling hooks, the gods are armed with the magic Stuff of Osiris.

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz high end Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6000 series or better / NVidia GeForce 500 series or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: Quad core CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 955 or Intel Core i5-750
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD R7/ NVidia GTX 650
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
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I really liked the first Part of the Series, but what the Hell is that? Graphically improved to its Predecessor, but it is also clear, in my Opinion even too Hardware. PS: What happened to the Controls, in GOL everything was soft as Butter and good to heed with the Keyboard. This one is more of a bad Joke. Hard to control, especially in Passages where you have to Jump quickly because Platforms break away very frustrating.
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Had I Listened to the other User Reviews, I would have saved myself €20. The constant Bugs annoy (In Multiplayer only the Game progress of the Host is saved, my Friend's Game progression has been reset to 0). The Controls were terrible for me (Keyboard & Mouse). The Multiplayer is the most icy thing to "worth" buying this Game for, as the Singelplayer is very boring. Verdict: The Game is a buggy, undignified Successor to the first Part and clearly NO PURCHASE recommendation.
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Super Game for Couch Parties! As usual with Lara Croft, it's all about exploring Graves while mastering Challenges. There are four different Characters (Lara, Carter and two others whose Names I forgot) who each have abilities of their own. Lara and Carter have a Grapple Hook and can use It to stretch Ropes between themselves and certain golden Rings on the map or one of the players and the other two have an antique rod with which, in addition to a hardest-causing beam, a Shield around them Or if they hold it up, can affect various Elements of the Game world. Phew, what a Sentence! We played the Game four locally and it was a lot of Fun. Game Time about two to three Evenings-if you really want to make any Challenge, you play much longer. Caution: It's a Co-op game-you can't get far here on your own. Fancy got on Local Coop Games? Then I recommend my Couch Party group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/couchparty
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55min Playtime = 20min: Config, Figure select, login. 25min: Crash, Relogin, Figure-pick 10min: Play, fall down, dodge, puzzle. All with 3 Players. I hope I'll ever watch the Starting Video, with several Players it always pushes one away or makes the Play. We Couldn't get out. Technical Errors: Lags, Connection Errors, Crashes, Figures falling out of the Level Trap. For example, stand in a Rock Face. Black Screens. The Bang: Players don't see different Level objects or manic Things at all. Optics: Beautiful. Verdict: The Tomb Raider Games are basically all good. Whoever stands on such a Game here starts best with your Predecessor. The Guardian of Light. However, this is only for a maximum of 2 Players. However, technically much more stable and mature. On the current Point of view, I would appreciate: 3-4 Months and even this game could run. (Check forums!) Warning: If You want to buy the 4 Pack for your Friends: Wait! Otherwise you may not have any Friends here or they won't Feel like the Game!
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