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Tomb Raider (2013)

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A cinematic revival of the series in its action third person form, Tomb Rider follows Lara in her least experience period of life – her youth. Heavily influenced by Naughty Dog’s “Uncharted”, the game is a mix of everything, from stealth and survival to combat and QTE action scenes. Young Lara Croft arrives on the Yamatai, lost island near Japan, as the leader of the expedition in search of the Yamatai Kingdom, with a diverse team of specialists. But shipwreck postponed the successful arrival and seemingly forgotten island is heavily populated with hostile inhabitants, cultists of Solarii Brotherhood. The game will be graphic at times, especially after failed QTE’s during some of the survival scenes, but overall players will enjoy classic action adventure, reminiscent of the beginning of the series. This game is not a direct sequel or continuation of existing sub-series within the franchise, but a reboot, setting up Tomb Raider to represent modern gaming experience. The game has RPG elements and has a world, which you can explore during the story campaign and after the completion. As well as multiplayer mode, where 2 teams (4 scavengers and 4 survivors) are clashing in 3 game modes while using weapons and environments from the single-player campaign.
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Metacritic rating
86
Release date
Jan 31, 2013
Developer
Square Enix
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Feral Interactive
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NVIDIA Lightspeed Studios
Publisher
Square Enix, Feral Interactive
Age rating
17+ Mature
Website
http://www.tombraider.com
System requirements for PC
Minimum:
  • OS:Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
  • Processor:1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory:512 MB RAM
  • Graphics:3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9
  • DirectX®:9.0
  • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
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On the first Start of the Game I thought to myself, "What did I buy for garbage?." Well, the Game runs in the DOSBox emulator, which wouldn't be bad if it worked. At the first Start, only a flickering Picture came to me as one might still know it from VHS times. The Pressure on the Windows button and The setting of the monitor resolution in the Emulator provided a Remedy. Movie Scenes have unfortunately pulled through distinct black Scanlines horizontally, which rather clouds the Quality. During the Game, however, the Quality is great. Graphically settled down, of course, but which is no Reason to judge it badly was just like that at the Time. The Control takes getting used to, the Mouse is not needed here. It is Controlled by the Arrow keys. The Action Button is Strg on the left, which is used to climb, with the Space key the Miss gets the Creaks out. I haven't played it for long, but you can walk through the Corridors and first explore everything that I personally like. You don't have to aim for yourself, you can do that automatically, but what is understandable with the Control and probably wouldn't be possible otherwise. Since I bought the Game in the Sale for 1.50 I want to look past these little Mistakes. What you shouldn't do is go to the Desktop during the Game, otherwise the Image will disappear in the Emulator and you have to restart the Game. But it could have been said that the Game is running in the Emulator. Still interesting. MFG mheetu
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Classical review "Tomb Raider I," the Beginning of a legendary Series. Is it still something Innovative to say about this Game? Lara Croft puzzles, jumps and shoots your way through imaginative Ruins of Caves and Pyramids. So far, so well known. For me, the biggest Plus: Level Design. Hardly any other Game has created such intelligent and varied Levels, despite quite few Possibilities, considering the Hardware Performance of the Time. What (especially young) Players should know:-the Port is in need of getting used to, the Resolution for today'S Standards very ancient. The Game runs best in the Window, but there are also port-related, very unsightly Graphic Rucklers. -the Control is no longer up-to-date and difficult to prove anew. Lara controls herself primarily by Keyboard and, despite her graceful Physique, uses so-called tank controls. But If you get used to it, the Control works well and precisely. -the Jumping Behavior Is strange for today'S games. Often Lara has to sneak up to an Edge, take a Step back and only then can you be sure the Jump Distance is right. This System may seem cumbersome, but it is very precise in itself. Despite these Points-it is a rather old Game: "Tomb Raider I" should have been drawn by anyone who is interested in Games. It is certainly a Milestone in the History of The game and is also a lot of Fun. The long Playing Time and pleasantly crisp difficulty make "Tomb Raider I" One of the best oldie games of all Time.
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5 years or so ago some kind of fashion in video game industry to reboot started. Reboot everything! So now we have new games which are proudly called “Doom”, “Thief” or “Hitman”. Released in 2013 “Tomb Raider” was no exception. What we got back then was something special indeed. Lara Croft for the first time is not only just a sex subject but rather human who feels, is emotional (and have small boobs and realistic legs!). This game is about all the first times. First time to get injured, first time to be almost killed and first time to actually kill a human being. It’s all very dramatic and the things which player sees and hears especially in the beginning of game actually forces to empathize with the protagonist. It’s quite rare to be emotionally invested in the main character in the video game and Tomb Raider delivers it to its fullest.
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