No surprises, no innovations, just the proven gameplay virtues of the predecessor, now for up to four players. But that doesn’t only raise the fun to be had with the mix of action, platforming and puzzles, it also makes it more confusing.
With the current price, Lara Croft the Temple of Osiris deserves a solid 8 scores out of 10. I and my friend just finished the game in about 7-8 hours. We had great time together. Fast pace game play + Fresh Channeling Puzzles + Quick reaction combat, these are the game's strong points. The story, graphic and music are mediocre, not bad not great. However, you need a friend to Coop with to get best experience out of it. If you play alone I would not suggest you to buy because even though you can find other people to play online but many times while solving puzzle you will want to communicate with them. Another major problem is that the game has many bugs when playing online but it is not unplayable, it just slow down ur process. (Mostly reloading checkpoint will solve the problem)
In Sum, I would recommend everyone who has a coop partner to play this game (best for local coop). If you are alone, it is not much fun but you can try find partner online. I hope there will be game like this more in the future.
While the game delivers its smooth-edged package efficiently enough, it never manages to raise the pulse like its predecessor, and like an ancient tomb, close inspection reveals some worrying cracks. [Feb 2015, p.114]
Truth be told, I didn't expect much from this game. I'm a huge Tomb Raider fan, but I don't like twin stick shooters, so if this wasn't a free game on PS+, I'd never buy it. Temple of Osiris was a very pleasant surprise, though.
The game's story is basic and feels like a copy of Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation. The evil Egyptian god Set want's to destroy the world and it's up to Lara (and her three companions) to stop him. The story doesn't matter, though. It's all about gameplay.
Unlike the main Tomb Raider series, the Lara Croft spin-offs are viewed from a top-down perspective. Other than that, it's your standard TR. Lara can run, jump, climb, shoot her signature dual pistols and many other weapons, drop grenades, and climb walls using her grappling hook. The perspective takes some getting used to, but you get the hang of it fast. You can play with up to three other players in co-op mode, although it's fun to play alone as well.
Music and sound are great, as you'd expect from a Tomb Raider game. Lara is once again voiced by the one and only Keeley Hawes, who's been my favorite Lara voice actress since Tomb Raider Legend. Her Lara is smart, kind, and funny, yet also mature and serious. A far cry from the angsty teen we got in the Tomb Raider reboot.
It's very sad that this little spin-off game is more worthy of the Tomb Raider name than the reboot ever was. This is the essence of Tomb Raider and what it should be like. Exotic locations, lots of tombs filled with puzzles, a few enemies here and there, an occasional boss fight. Throw is a bunch of collectibles and secrets, and you have a proper TR game.
Temple of Osiris is short but sweet. It's quite cheap as well. If you're into this type of game, or if you're just a Lara Croft fan, pick it up to support the franchise. You'll enjoy it.
What Kind of Adventure?
Was it fun?
I wanted to like it but it was poorly made.
Are there any similar games?
Its like a poorly made Uncharted or Tomb Raider game.
I only played as Lara so I guess her.
Would you play it again?
No, I tried to like the game but just couldn’t.
I hated the controls, you had to up on the right analog stick to shoot? It was just bad.
How many hours did you play it?
About 4 hours.
You know game has really good concept yeah I agree with it, but game has so bad controls because of it you game leave game after 10 min. It is fun while you playing it with your friends,however when you trying playing it solo , you get so bored after 15 min. Even you say give my money back LARA. Not worth its own price but you can buy it on sale like 50%or more , If you buy this game on these sales, your won't regret about that otherwise you can think about that is this game deserve this price? Tastes are different all upon on you.
SummaryLara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is the sequel to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. In her new adventure, Lara Croft travels to Egypt and realized she must join forces with rival treasure hunter Carter Bell and imprisoned gods Horus and Isis to defeat the evil god Set. Featuring a 4-player co-op story, players must work together t...