Don’t expect anything epic or groundbreaking from this game, but keep your expectations in line and you’ll find a fun experience. As sequels often do, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris takes from its predecessor and shows some growth.
Aside from the option of 4-player co-op, not much other than the story is different from Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The twin stick arcade mechanics are as well tuned as ever in this action-adventure game, and the controls are as familiar and comfortable as in the original, thus eliminating any learning curve for returning and new players.
Those new to the series may not notice that the art and style of the game is nearly identical to the original. Newer console hardware hasn’t shown much appreciable difference in the overall appearance of the game, however the environments and characters are well detailed. Combined with the amount…
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