Lara goes in search of an artifact, but instead, is thrown into the search of another artifact and she is pitted against a rival Tomb Raider and someone she thought was long dead...
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Credited cast:
Lara Croft (voice)
Zip (voice)
Alister Fletcher (voice) (as Greg Ellis)
Winston (voice)
Amanda Evert (voice)
Melissa Lloyd ...
Anaya Imanu (voice)
Rino Romano ...
James W. Rutland Jr. (voice)
Toru Nishimura (voice)
Michael Hagiwara ...
Shogo Takamoto (voice)
Narrator / Archaeologist - Kent (voice) (as Alistair Duncan)
Ève Karpf ...
Lady Croft (voice) (as Eve Karpff)
Charlotte Sparey ...
Child Lara (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ana Jiménez ...
Lara Croft (voice)


Lara Croft is back from the darkness and is looking for a new famous ancient artifact. Lara isn't the only one looking for the artifact, though, as she is now faced with a new nemesis, James Rutland Jr. This new adventure will have Lara traveling everywhere, including: Peru, Bolivia, Ghana (West Africa), Russia, and many more places. Written by John Holland

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Lara Croft is back!


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11 April 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend  »

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On the floor of Zip's office, in Croft Manor, several humorous Post-It notes can be found. These include "legal says "no"", "get more soda" and "reboot web-cams in bedroom". See more »


During the Ghana level when radio contact with Zip is lost, he can still be heard if Lara performs amazing acrobatic skills See more »


[first lines]
Child Lara: [looking at her drawing of Yetis] Just because no one's ever caught one doesn't mean they're not real.
Lady Croft: That is very true, but perhaps they don't wish to be found. I've heard they're rather fierce.
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Referenced in Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (2014) See more »

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User Reviews

Good game, not special
25 April 2007 | by (Malta) – See all my reviews

Tomb Raider legend wasn't the best Tomb Raider game due to the lack of challenge, linearity and shortness of the game. However, the controls did give a great feeling, so just think of what can be achieved if they fix the flaws.

If they can fix the stuff mentioned above, bringing back the "Current Position" (Meaning; replaying levels, when you save, you restart from that checkpoint when you load and not restart the whole level), keeping your equipment when replaying (and not finding stuff in the final part of the game and have it in the beginning when reloading a level), beating a replayed level, the game will take you to the next one and not to the main menu, and making Lara hold the guns in the classic way, I think it would be safe to say that Tomb raider really IS back.

7/10. Would've scored more if the game was challenging and long.

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