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Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft Videos and Trailers - PC

Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft
Game Description:Tomb Raider III has a serious jump level design and variety compared to Tomb Raider II. Locations include the rainforests of India, London, Nevada, South Pacific Islands and Antarctica, making up a total of 19 massive levels set in varied terrains and conditions. The levels are less linear than in the previous games thanks to multiple paths in exploration and puzzles. New weapons include MP5, Rocket Launcher, Grenade Launcher and Desert Eagle and there is a larger range of enemies, including more exotic animals. Lara is also capable of a few new moves including sprinting, crawling and "monkey swinging". Tomb Raider III stays in the action/adventure genre as well as the third person perspective. These have become one of the things that the series of games is known for.
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