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Uncover the secret history of Lara Croft in Tomb Raider: Chronicles.

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Uncover the secret history of Lara Croft in Tomb Raider: Chronicles.

Lara Croft is missing in Egypt - presumed dead. Those closest to her gather together at the Croft Estate on a grey, rainy day for a memorial service in her honour. Afterwards, the friends sit quietly together in the study of the Croft Mansion and reminisce about Lara's past exploits; exploits that have until now remained a secret..


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Publisher:
Square Enix
Developer:
Core Design
Genres:
Adventure
Source:
Square Enix
Released:
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
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Languages:
English
Format:
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7
  • DirectX®: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB HD space
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60
Original approach to Lara adventures.

During the previous part of the game Lara got in big trouble in Egypt and was buried with Seth, and therefore was considered dead. Chronicles is based on memories of Lara's adventures, which do not tie in the specific storyline but are fun nevertheless. Due to this, we don't have to save our medicine or ammunition this time because every new chapter we start from scratch. Original approach and good game.

75
You eihter love it or hate it.

While I could praise every previous Tomb Raider games, there is something different when it comes to Chronicles. It's shorter, there are few shortter stories about Lara Croft. It's a good, or maybe bad thing, that we can learn something about Lara past? Well, it depened on players, that's why you either love it or just hate it. It doesn't have same great atmosphere of adventure, Mission Impossible like mission is kind of fun but at the same time - where are our tombs... ? For hardcore Lara Croft fans, it's a must play. If you are fan of game then you will like it too BUT if you expect something like previous games - I have a bad news for you. It's not like it's bad Tomb Raider game. It's just when it started to be something different than previous games. It's sure is at least worth to check out.

85
A not so needed sequel, but not without its place

Tomb Raider Chronicles is the one game that wasn't really needed in the franchise. It offered next to no improvements compared to previous games, it was also shorter and has mostly less complex and expansive levels and the story and gameplay aren't nearly as polished as the should have been. That explains why it is one of the worst sold Tomb Raider games to date. Still, there are redeeming factors that come in Chronicles' defense. By collecting all the secrets (which is no easy task, if I may say), you unlock some bonus art for both this game and the next one, which is something that hasn't been done until then for the series. Also, while some of the levels are uninspired and it is certainly disappointing that the ammo and guns you collect in a chapter don't go over to the inventory for the next chapter, there are some sections that feel quite at home with the style of the series, and that can be considered remarkable - particularly, the Labyrinth level in the Irland section, the submarine levels in the Syberia section and the entirety of the Von Croy Headquarters section (which Lara infiltrates wearing a tight catsuit and sunglasses - in a very Metal Gear solid-esque sequence of events). All in all, while the game may not be as good as other titles in the series, you should buy it if you want the complete Tomb Raider experience.

85
Somewhat filler, but still interesting

Tomb Raider Chronicles is the one game that wasn't really needed in the franchise. It offered next to no improvements compared to previous games, it was also shorter and has mostly less complex and expansive levels and the story and gameplay aren't nearly as polished as the should have been. That explains why it is one of the worst sold Tomb Raider games to date. Still, there are redeeming factors that come in Chronicles' defense. By collecting all the secrets (which is no easy task, if I may say), you unlock some bonus art for both this game and the next one, which is something that hasn't been done until then for the series. Also, while some of the levels are uninspired and it is certainly dissapointing that the ammo and guns you collect in a chapter don't go over to the inventory for the next chapter, there are some sections that feel quite at home with the style of the series, and that can be considered remarkable - particularly, the Labyrinth level in the Irland section, the submarine levels in the Syberia section and the entirety of the Von Croy Headquarters section (which Lara infiltrates wearing a tight catsuit and sunglasses - in a very Metal Gear solid-esque sequence of events). All in all, while the game may not be as good as other titles in the series, you should buy it if you want the complete Tomb Raider experience.

85
Perhaps it's time to move on?

Tomb Raider Chronicles is somewhat the odd sheep of the franchise. It basically consists of a collection of Lara's past, unseen adventures, recollected through to the memories of her friends, gathered to mourn her untimely death (spoiler! ... well, not really, you'll see). The game is shorter than previous titles, and is segmented in 4 parts which is something completely new to the series. Aside from this fact, the abilty to rope-walk and the few new weapons added, there are no improvements in any departament compared to the older games, which certainly didn't make this game as attractive as it should have been. That explains why it is one of the worst sold Tomb Raider games to date. Still, there are redeeming factors that come in Chronicles' defense. By collecting all the secrets (which is no easy task, if I may say), you unlock some bonus art for both this game and the next one, which is something that hasn't been done until then for the series. Also, while some of the levels are uninspired and it is certainlhy dissapointing that the ammo and guns you collect in a chapter don't go over to the inventory for the next chapter, there are some sections that feel quite at homr with the style of the series, and that can be considered remarkable - particularly, the Labyrinth level in the Irland section, the submarine levels in the Syberia section and the entirety of the Von Croy Headquarters section (which Lara infiltrates wearing a tight catsuit and sunglasses - in a very Metal Gear solid-esque sequence of events). All in all, while the game may not be as good as other titles in the series, you should buy it if you want the complete Tomb Raider experience.

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