Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation - Dreamcast

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Also for: PC, Power Mac, PlayStation
Viewed: 3D Third-person, floating camera Genre:
Adventure
Puzzle
Shoot 'Em Up
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Core Soft. Co.: Core
Publishers: Eidos (GB/US/JP)
Released: 24 Mar 2000 (GB)
Unknown (US/JP)
Ratings: 11+, ESRB Teen 13+ (T)
Accessories: Joypad, Visual Memory Card

Summary

Lara returns for another spot of running, jumping, shooting, getting sliced, diced and consumed by fire. All those good, wholesome things that every young woman likes to get up to.

In this fourth jaunt, you get a sneak peek at Lara's history when you must guide her, aged sixteen, around in the foot steps of Werner Von Croy. Back in the present day, Lara's in search of ancient Egyptian artifacts. Making your way through Egypt involves several modes of transport, including a Land Rover, motorbike (with sidecar!) and train, and sees some long awaited moves, such as the swinging on ropes, shimming up poles, and opening doors with the handle. On the whole, she's a heck of lot more agile. When not swinging from rope to ledge, she can carry blazing torches, combine weapons and objects, such as attaching a laser sight to your gun, and climb around the most unnerving corners.

With the addition of these features, cunning puzzles, some genuinely scary creatures, and plenty of story line to keep you engrossed, The Last Revelation is worthy sequel to the original Tomb Raider