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Post by Dan @ 11:32am 18/12/12 | 1 Comments
In the lead up to Tomb Raider's March 2013 launch, Square Enix has launched a new trailer series to promote the game's many features and gameplay mechanics.

Titled Guide to Survival, the first instalment features a mix of both old and fresh gameplay footage and introduces us to some of Lara's new tools such as the climbing axe, and bow, demonstrates the eagle vis... er, I mean survival instinct ability, shows off environment effects and how they they affect puzzles, and walks though the basecamp functionality that serves as the player progression hub.

Watch the trailer embedded below. Tomb Raider is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 5th 2013.






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Posted 04:46pm 19/12/12
I remember playing the very first Tomb Raider on my PC. The early days of 3D cards, sweet memories...
Definitely getting this game on PC. I'm loving the depth, graphics and story. I'm giving it two thumbs up.
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