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Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation Videos and Trailers - PS1

Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
Game Description:Lara Croft faces the great dangers of an unleashed Egyptian god in her fourth tomb raiding adventure. Last Revelation's redesigned inventory system gives Tomb Raider brand-new gameplay. Combined with Lara's new moves and abilities, gameplay features greater scope than ever before. Clear objectives and smaller locations result in less time spent traveling between areas. Individual environments are more reminiscent of the original game - tightly focused and puzzle-orientated, but with higher levels of detail and a greater number of objects than seen before. An emphasis on ancient locations and tombs allows mystery, suspense and characteristic atmosphere to play key roles throughout.
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