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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Lara Croft (voice)
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Zip (voice)
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Alister Fletcher (voice) (as Greg Ellis)
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Winston (voice)
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Amanda Evert (voice)
Melissa Lloyd ...
Anaya Imanu (voice)
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James W. Rutland Jr. (voice)
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Toru Nishimura (voice)
Michael Hagiwara ...
Shogo Takamoto (voice)
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Narrator / Archaeologist - Kent (voice) (as Alistair Duncan)
Ève Karpf ...
Lady Croft (voice) (as Eve Karpff)
Charlotte Sparey ...
Child Lara (voice)
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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)  »

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Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend  »

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The game has, to date, sold over 2.9 million copies worldwide. See more »

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

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[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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What Angel of Darkness?
24 April 2006 | by (North Carolina) – See all my reviews

First off I'm happy as it seems most people are that this game completely ignores Angel of Darkness. The past two games before Legend didn't speak to well for the TR franchise.

Finally Eidos gave it to a new developer for a fresh look. While I started to think that anything would've been acceptable after AOD. That's not the case with this game.

This game is good and makes sure to stand out. It does bring back a lot of the good stuff that we missed from the TR games. Tombs galore for this game. That's a good thing since the game is called "Tomb" Raider. There are a few city levels, but they are done better than AOD's city levels.

The only flaws I have with the game is there is virtually only one vehicle in the game and it's plays very linear. Also the fact that there are only two main types of enemies excluding bosses. The humans are abundant. There is not a lot of variety with animal enemies in this, but at least they are in it.

There is one thing I kept feeling while playing the game though. It feels as if Crystal Dynamics made this game to draw back in the hardcore fans of Tomb Raider and show they there is hope yet for the struggling franchise. It's almost experimental in a way for something bigger to come and I can't wait.


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