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Old Mar 7, 2013, 01:32 PM   #1
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Crystal Dynamics and the tech-savvy Nixxes are behind Lara's newest adventure, simply titled Tomb Raider. Read our review for details on the various PC features, visual effects, performance, and more.

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Old Mar 7, 2013, 11:11 PM   #2
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Very nice review, I need to get this title, looks very fun.
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Very nice review, I need to get this title, looks very fun.
Indeed it is very fun an easy 8.8/10, however, I would suggest waiting a bit because it is riddled with game breaking bugs, the kind that force you to restart from scratch.

Also currently all the extra effects like blood and water droplets on the screen and lens flares don't work in full screen mode only in windowed mode and with aspect ratio set to auto.
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Considering my backlog games, times to play games (will have some tomorrow ) it may be awhile. Plus I may go with another 7970 and get the game bundle, oh boy more games to stash somewhere. Still some games like Cyrsis 3 will be first to play since short for most I should be able to finish and enjoy that title.
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Very nice review, I need to get this title, looks very fun.
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the controls are very smooth as stated, the menus are a little freaky though with mouse / kb. I personally had no big problems with the game on my rig so I think it's well above average in terms of PC ports.
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