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Lara Croft: Lethal and Loaded (2001)

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...But best of all, she's British.
12 August 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lara Croft - Lethal and Loaded is an absolute must in terms of viewing for all Tomb Raider fans and their friends & families.

Even non-gamers could be forgiven for being utterly captivated by this exceptionally informative and entertaining peek into the world of the original 3D environment that it's star, Lara Croft, both inhabits and explores.

Upon the release of Tomb Raider, gamers worldwide were almost hypnotised by Lara's charm, figure, stealth and tenacity. Perhaps more importantly, however, gamers were favourably astounded by the concept of a 3D environment in which they could quite literally lose themselves.

This documentary adequately explores Lara's rise to international fame and gives the uninitiated a chance to gain better understanding of the character's popularity whilst also justifying the enormity of her fan base.

The documentary features Lara Croft official models both past and (then) present, her fans, her life story and many enticing and mouth-watering scenes from the games themselves.

This DVD is very hard to come by, I might add; so if you see it on sale don't hesitate to snap it up! You won't regret it.

Lo Archer


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