- Platform: Sega Dreamcast
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation
- Go back in time and discover Lara's roots as an adventurer
- Lara can shoot switches, read inscriptions, light torches, and kick down doors
- More new moves than ever before, including climbing and swinging from ropes
- New weapons and tools, like the revolver, crossbow, binoculars, flashlight and various types of ammo
- For 1 player
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Lara Croft makes her Dreamcast debut in Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation, a must-have title for fans of the busty heroine's PlayStation exploits. Featuring high-resolution graphics that rival those of the PC version, this visual masterpiece sports a fleshed-out Lara in addition to lighting and water effects that make its 3-D environments seem all the more realistic.
Beneath the surface, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation is petty much the same old Tomb Raider action-adventure formula, with gameplay consisting of exploration, combat, and puzzle solving. (Which is not necessarily a bad thing, as most Tomb Raider fans just can't seem to get enough.) However, gamers do get to play as young Lara Croft for the first time, and the gallery mode rewards players with pictures of Lara as they progress through the game.
Unfortunately, advancing in Tomb Raider: the Last Revelation can be quite frustrating at times, as the controls--which utilise all the functions of the Dreamcast controller--are not only awkward, but also lack the responsiveness that some of the game's challenges require. --Joe Hon, Amazon.com
- Enhanced graphics rival those of the PC version
- Ability to play as young Lara Croft
- Gallery feature a definite plus for fans
- Poor controls
Top customer reviews
Sure it doesn't give us much that we haven't seen before but there is nothing wrong with that. Its long enough to be considered very good value and it's demanding enough to be enjoyable but still not frustratingly difficult. What more do could you ask from a game of this type?
Still I'm on the 1st level but what I can say (and how I'm a fan) is a decent game at all levels. I was disappointed that the Dreamcast versions are not better graphically that the PSX, then the critics give a weak note.
If you're a fan and if you have not played this game ,add to the collection, worth it!
The control is the worst I've ever experienced. In fact the training level which basically teaches you the controls will probably take a half hour to beat (you have to do it). You don't feel that you're part of the environment at all. Even pulling a lever is an incredible challenge.
The graphics make it look like a playstation game with slightly smoother textures. They are unbelievably blocky.
The music in this game isn't that good although the sound effects are spot on.
A totally unnecessary conversion.
Everything is so dark and you can't see a think, no to mention the fact that the game is stupidly difficult. I normally love hard games, but this one is no fun. I don't know if it gets better after that, so you'd better check out the other guy's reviews for that, but then, I just put the controller down and said never again would I play it, and so far I haven't.