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  • Summary: According to Egyptian legend, Horus, son of the light, outwitted the evil God Set and imprisoned him in a secret tomb. Five thousand years later, Lara Croft discovers the lost tomb and unwittingly unleashes the evil God Set, fulfilling the ancient prophecy of his return to plunge mankind into darkness! In a race against time, Lara must use all her wit and skill to reimprison Set and save the world from Armageddon. Pursued at every turn by her arch-rival, the unscrupulous archaeologist Werner Von Croy, Lara embarks on a journey of discovery across Egypt, where she must overcome the most ingenious puzzles and infernal traps ever devised, and face terrifying evil from beyond the grave...

    With more twists and turns than an Egyptian labyrinth, this is heart stopping action-adventure; a Tomb Raider that truly offers...

    The Last Revelation.
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  1. Sep 22, 2010
    First think that this game is 11 years old. Then play. This game is one of the best games ever made. It has a great story, good graphics & gameplay for that time and awesome levels. The reason I give this a 10/10 is because that game changed my life, I play this when I was very young, and now still like it. I keep thinking at the long great levels, the complicated story with names I couldn't announce then,... it's the best Tomb Raider game ever made. Expand
  2. Oct 1, 2012
    This is probably my most favourite game of all time. I am replaying it now on Vita and like it as much as more than 10 years ago. This is an example the real adventure game should be like. Huge complex levels, thrilling and atmospheric sound, difficult puzzles and the duration of the game. A true masterpiece. Thank You, Core Design. Expand
  3. Oct 1, 2010
    Some people ask themselves why other people like this game so much. For people who haven't played this game yet, it has everything a good game should have. I know, it's one of the forgotten games (like NOLF and many others, that's why this is only the second review of this game) but that doesn't mean it is not a good game. And especially, this game is 11 years old. The game has a great story (one of the best story's ever in a game),and the gameplay and the graphics are both very good for a game of 1999. But there is one thing that TR 4 makes the best Tomb Raider ever: the very difficult puzzles. This and the great story makes it one of the best games I ever played in my life. Collapse
  4. May 14, 2012
    The last revelation is not a Tomb raider, it IS tomb raider. It is the most tomb raider-y experience since the very first game back in 1996. Most game reviewers usually complain that the core-design games lack innovation, they do a rehash of the first game with more levels, so? It may be true for tomb raider 2 or 3, but for me personally that's not a con. tomb raider 4 on the other hand plays differently while still giving the atmosphere you loved from the first game. Tr4 main setting is Egypt, and the sense of wonder from level to level is astounding. Each chamber, each open field, every place is full of personality and not a lazy copy-and-paste. Puzzles are different now, the one I most fondly remember is the "dice game" with Semherket. Action is usually integrated when solving puzzles, like when you have to use the strength of a raging bull to open a door, it's not the tired "press switch run to the door". Even though there are not "traditional boss fights, you will use your guns a lot. Up until the third act the pacins is amazing, the last levels are somehow tired. There is an increasingly difficult spike that would put some players off, without a guide you would feel lost. The main problem is that it's never clear wich objects are interactive and wich not, combine with the permanent state of darkness in the last leves that your eyes will bleed in agony. It's weird but Cairo and Giza (the last two sections of the game) are overly long, with little to no "break" with cutscenes, they are not set during the day so it's difficult to catch little details (like a key on the ground). In the end, if you like a challenging game with an involving story (that I didn't spoil for you), engaging environments, great action, this is the game for you. Expand
  5. Jun 28, 2012
    This game returns to the roots. With focuses more on exploration and puzzle solving. Fewer weapons, Fewer outfits, and fewer locations. The whole game takes place in Egypt. The storyline is probably the most epic of 32-bit Tomb Raider. The engine feels smoother and refined more than ever now. It's visually superior to TR1-3, but the changes are far from drastic. TLR has a slow pace. Crawling and climbing around becomes more of a annoyance. Backtracking between levels creates a feeling of a huge open world, but is rather tedious. The vehicle bits are decent, but don't hold a candle to TR2 and 3. This is a huge game. This is a good game. However, once you've played through it a few times it's hard to go back to it. Expand
  6. May 7, 2013
    This game is FAR better than Tomb Raider III. The level design is better, The graphics are great for a PS1 game and the story is the best in the series a this point. I would recommend it to people who like platformers Expand