First Lara Croft And The Guardian Of Light Screens, Details

One look at the all-new Tomb Raider game and you'll see why Eidos and Crystal Dynamics have put aside the famous name for Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. This is a very different Tomb Raider game.

The downloadable cooperative Lara Croft adventure drops the standard behind-the-back third-person camera angle from just about every other Tomb Raider game in favour of an isometric camera. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light also gives the treasure hunter a new puzzle-solving buddy in the form of Totec, according to Gamespot's first look at the game. He'll be playable by your co-op cohort of choice either online or off, but Gamespot stresses that the title can be played solo.

Click around for six new screens of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and squint real hard to see Ms. Croft doing her thing.


    Whats the point of Lara Croft if you cant look at her arse, or back her against a wall and zoom in on her breasts?

      I concurr

      That is two veru good points! yep those two point...hmmmm ;)

      Perhaps they’ll be forced to actually improve the gameplay rather than focus on giving Lara’s melons more jiggle.

      no!..i say give an ok gameplay and spend a HUGE amount of time on the boobs physics

        Yep, its worked out so far, people know what to expect. Me thinks without the T&A appeal they are risking their bottom line (pardon the pun).

    Those screenshots reminded me of Diablo 3, oddly enough.

    yeah! if i wanted to play an adventure game id play uncharted!

    uh....just me or does screens look really similar to a RTS game like dota?

    Tomb Raider is so 2001.

    Safe to say nowdays that the Uncharted series rule the Adventure genre.

    DoW 2?

    Am I the only one that thinks the camera is stupid because it makes it difficult to see what you're doing?

    btw, guys, if you're being sarcastic, good, if not, just get a CG version of her and watch her boobs jiggle without gameplay.

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