Rise of the Tomb Raider - PC Edition
A little too streamlined in places, but Rise of the Tomb Raider does a lot to improve upon its predecessor.
The old style Tomb Raider is never coming back, but this is a more satisfying compromise than the reboot and an impressive technical feat.
The 2013 reboot was no slouch in the visuals department, especially when played on PC or current gen consoles, but Rise of the Tomb Raider takes this even further.
Rise of the Tomb Raider was one of the best games of 2015 and nothing has been lost in the months since its release. On PC it can look even more spectacular, so just buy it, yeah.
Lara Croft's Siberian adventure was a treat for the eyes before, but it's is even lovelier viewed on a moderately equipped PC
When all of the rising was done, she still felt like a heroine in search of a setting and plot that draw on her strengths rather than her struggles, and for all that forward momentum the game is a spectacular journey that fails to reach a fulfilling destination.
A bevy of incredible technical advancements offer vast improvements in some areas and minor ones in others. With a highly variable framerate, it's clear more optimization is needed, but the game is highly playable on a variety of settings and hardware levels. The Xbox One version is no slouch, but if you've got the kit to run it, this is the ultimate edition you've been waiting for.
I loved my time with the original release and I soon found myself loving it all over again on PC. Rise of the Tomb Raider continues improving upon the new formula that was created in the last game, but here we feel that Lara really is becoming a tomb raider.
Rise of the Tomb Raider isn't very different from its predecessor, which is not necessarily a bad thing, since the core is solid. Expect more gun-toting heroism, crazy cults, and supernatural oddities.
Assuming you have the hardware to back it up, Rise of the Tomb Raider on PC is hands down the version to own.