- Publisher: Square Enix
- Release Date: Dec 8, 2014
- Also On: PlayStation 4, Stadia, Xbox One
- Summary: Lara 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 aLara 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 to explore the temple, defeat hordes of enemies from the Egyptian underworld, solve devious puzzles, and avoid deadly traps. At the same time, players compete for treasure, powerful artifacts, and ultimate bragging rights. … Expand
- Developer: Nixxes Software
- Genre(s): Action, Action Adventure, Platformer, Linear, 2D
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- Available On: Stadia
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E3 2014: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Announcement Trailer
Positive: 8 out of 17
Mixed: 9 out of 17
Negative: 0 out of 17
CD-ActionMar 4, 2015I have fond memories of the latest rendez-vous with Miss Croft in the Temple of Osiris and I wish you the same. [02/2015, p.50]
Dec 12, 2014Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a fun experience that shines when played alone but also with a few friends. Bear in mind that cooperation is key and you might need some time before you get accustomed to the problematic controls.
PC GamesDec 23, 2014Last year’s Guardian of Light was quite the surprise hit for me: the mixture of arcade-shooting and interesting puzzle-segments was a lot of fun – especially in coop. With Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, Crystal Dynamics didn’t focus on anything innovative but rather on delivering good gameplay, beautifully designed levels and cool coop-puzzles (this time you can even play in a team of four). So if you don’t expect Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris to add mind blowing new elements and are satisfied with “only” a solid sequel, I can only recommend it.
Dec 15, 2014The reality is if you’re looking for this kind of puzzle-action isometric fix, there’s not a shortage of games out there which can offer it. So presumably Lara herself is the lure, however, like I said before the story and characters were, for me, anything but a strong point. That said, this is a decent game with enjoyable puzzle mechanics, a slick combat system and smooth luminous graphics. Just don’t expect any surprises, you’re getting exactly what you see.
Jan 25, 2015A nice Christmas gift for the fans of ‘classic’ Lara Croft.
Dec 23, 2014Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is a co-op game. It is easy but nice to play, and the trivial story makes it a great game for anyone. The difficulty in this game is not challenging, which means that getting better armor does not really change a lot. Easy is easy.
Dec 14, 2014In the end, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris was almost an enjoyable sequel to Guardian of Light. However, it’s impossible to look past its glaring problems with performance, which sully what could have been an otherwise enjoyable sequel.
Positive: 4 out of 12
Mixed: 5 out of 12
Negative: 3 out of 12
Dec 11, 2014Just finished it and I must say that it's a pretty smart made game with lots of nice puzzles, weapons, upgrades and secrets. It had someJust finished it and I must say that it's a pretty smart made game with lots of nice puzzles, weapons, upgrades and secrets. It had some issues with the performance (it really needs a lot) and the controls but once I got used to it everything was fine. Of course it has to have some degree of error since it's a challenging game and some things must be done after a few tries. It was rather easy, I managed to find all the Red Skulls and an overall great experience, especially with friends.… Expand
Nov 10, 2015Antes de tudo mais preciso ser bem enfático: este é superior em todos os quesitos ao seu antecessor Lara Croft eo Guardião da Luz, dito issoAntes de tudo mais preciso ser bem enfático: este é superior em todos os quesitos ao seu antecessor Lara Croft eo Guardião da Luz, dito isso vamos aos detalhes...
Gráficos: Todas as areas são muito bonitas com detalhes que comprovam o bom trabalho que fizeram mostrando a qualidade da pesquisa feita em torno do Egito. Elementos simples que somados você observa como esta bem feito, uma parede que entre os hieróglifos a partes destacadas em ouro sobressalentes, os vasos desenhados como se fossem pintados a mão, as pilastras milimetricamente rachadas no lugar exato... e ainda os elementos fisicos, a iluminação, a sombra, como tudo tem uma cara muito real e particular dentro de cada um dos os climas; ensolarado, chuvoso, nevasca e entre o dia e a noite. Preciso dizer como eu estou surpreso positivamente como conseguiram fazer míseros 3.2GB ter uma aparencia tão linda, fizeram um excelente trabalho de otimização
Trilha sonora: É maravilhosa, é perfeitamente combinada com cada situação e perfeitamente sincronizada. diferente do guardião da Luz que fizeram um trabalho porco de só pegar os sons da trilogia TR Legend Anniversary e Underworld e joga de qualquer jeito, neste Templo de Osiris criaram uma trilha completamente nova e envolvente até quando o clima muda por exemplo a trilha de fundo quando se esta chovendo combinando com as gotas de caindo no chão e os grunhidos dos jacarés próximos. Eu valorizo bons efeitos sonoros e nesse quesito dou nota 10.
Jogabilidade: Não há muitas novidades em comparação ao Guardião da Luz mas as poucas novidades que trouxeram junto com os já antigos ( e muitos ) comandos faz uma infinidade de puzzles muito divertidos.
Enredo: É aquele clichê do antigo Egito, deus do mau deus do bem, maldições, escaravelhos e bláblá mas a maneira que introduziram todos os de mais quesitos od jogo ( trilha, gráficos, jogabilidade ) tora tudo muito interessante. Os puzzles realmente são o foco e muito é caótico jogar em co-op quanto mais jogadores mais caótico e + diversão e + tem que fazer trabalhar essa matéria cinzenta hehehe. Por sinal cada combinação de 2 3 ou 4 jogadores foi muito bem trabalhada exatamente para que os puzzles e combates exigissem o máximo da quantidade de jogadores para que todos trabalhem e existe uma dependência total eu diria ( logo se um for noob pode @#$%&☠ com todos kkkk ).
Uma cosia nova que veio a calhar que já existe já a tempos em outros games, é a dinâmica dos desafios da comunidade. Aumenta duração do game e também lhe trás novidades além do enredo que não posso falar se não darei spoiler
A duração do game enfim depende somente de você, caso for só jogar o modo história correndo de qualquer jeito termina super rápido mas se quiser 100% já vai ter uma duração bem longa..... completar todoss os desafios, os time trials, as pontuações, fazer todoas as tumbas opcionais, os desafios de combate nos obeliscos, abrir todos os baús para obter todas as armas, anéis e amuletos comuns, incomuns raros e lendários, pegar todos colecionáveis ( caveiras e upgrades ).
Enfim tirando alguns bugs grotescos que varias pessoas pelo mundo estam reclamando e que infelizmente é normal hoje em dia em jogos recém lançados, o game tem todo um conjunto muito bem realizado e conectado. Botei fé, criei bastante expectativa antes de lançado e veio como o esperado: uns 80 85/100 com muito gosto.… Expand
Sep 24, 2022Great game ...
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May 18, 2019The Temple of Osiris seems somewhat dumbed down compared to Guardian of Light, but it still is a quite an enjoyable game, with some kinks inThe Temple of Osiris seems somewhat dumbed down compared to Guardian of Light, but it still is a quite an enjoyable game, with some kinks in the experience that is.
Game has a nice art style and its cool to see Lara Croft in an egyptian setting again. Graphics are pretty alright. As 2013 Tomb Raider rebbot trilogy sadly distanced itself way too much from the classic Tomb Raider, it was refreshing to see that Crystal Dynamics hasnt forgotten about it completely and still somewhat care about the legacy, with classic looking Lara in shorts and a tank top to boot, with few other cool outfits to choose from. I was also very pleasantly suprised seeing Keeley Hawes returning once again to voice gaming's best heroine.
The puzzles like i tried to signal before are somewhat simpler than those that can be found in Guardian of Light, yet they still offer a reasonable challenge, also theyre still ways ahead of the puzzles that can be found in survivor era Tomb Raider games, which is as weird as it sounds considering Temple of Osiris small arcade scale, but its true. Combat somehow also doesnt feel as refined as in GoL, but again it works well enough in order to deliver you fun shootouts. Luckily they have included quite a decent arsenal of guns to play with just like in GoL. One gripe i have though is how rather underwhelming the pistols sound, they have the same sound effects that of 2013 reboot pistols sounds, and if you've played that game, you'd know they just sound off and inferior to pistols of odler Tomb Raider games. CD also sadly have stripped the options to walk and drawing the guns out that were in Guardian of Light, small for most, but for me important layers of gameplay as i like every detail i can get.
Performance is where the game struggles, generally it runs well enough, but plenty of times the game stutters quite noticeably, in specific areas in the game world and levels even more so, it can be quite jarring. I tried playing around with screen modes and V Sync, didnt help. The game's camera angles also can be quite a pain in the arse, at times they zoom out way too far. Final boss camera especially can get annoying in this regard.
In the end i can still reccomend The Temple of Osiris to any Tomb Raider fan as it is a decent experience, there's something for both fans of the more classic games and its easy enough to get into for modern fans, just expect a game bit rough around the edges.… Expand
Aug 18, 2021Hack n' Slash with some puzzles, looking as good as most of these games do, entertaining enough, but not particularly exciting or addicting. IHack n' Slash with some puzzles, looking as good as most of these games do, entertaining enough, but not particularly exciting or addicting. I never felt the urge to come back to it. I was never bored playing it.… Expand
May 5, 2017The game's graphics is good! Lara looks cute and sexy! But the game's story is bad!
The story is too short, Lara's gears are too many butThe game's graphics is good! Lara looks cute and sexy! But the game's story is bad!
The story is too short, Lara's gears are too many but almost useless. No replay option as LC & Guardians of Light.
The same as Hitman, SquareEnix would've not made a good LC series since Eidos has no longer developed it.… Expand
Sep 8, 2015After playing Guardian of Light, I expected a similar experience with co-op added. However, this game is barely playable on the game hardware.After playing Guardian of Light, I expected a similar experience with co-op added. However, this game is barely playable on the game hardware. Even in single-player mode, it lags. Still I tried to do it and suffer through terrible frame rate, but the game is full of bugs and I just could not play it properly. I really don't understand how developers could've done this, when they have the engine that works well. Obviously, it was a rushed release looking to capitalize on popularity of Guardian of Light.
If you haven't played Guardian of Light, get that one instead.… Expand
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