Tomb Raider Chronicles

Tomb Raider Chronicles is the fifth game in the Tomb Raider series and the sequel to Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation. It was developed by Core Design and published by Eidos Interactive. The game was originally released in 2000 for PlayStation, Dreamcast, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. It was also released on the PAL PlayStation Store on 12 January 2011. It sold 1.5 million copies worldwide, making it the second least successful Tomb Raider game in the series, after Tomb Raider: Anniversary.

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Platinum Range - PlayStation 2 Titles
... Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent Tomb Raider The Angel of Darkness Tomb Raider Anniversary Tomb Raider Legend Tony Hawk's American Wasteland ...
Tomb Raider Chronicles - Reception
... It received mixed reviews from critics, although some reviews for Tomb Raider Chronicles were highly positive ... the 2nd, 3rd or 4th games, then there's nothing here in Chronicles that will revitalise your passion for the series or get you to like it for the first time ... Tomb Raider Chronicles is basically more of the same, so you probably know better than anyone else whether or not it's something that you'll like ...
Tomb Raider Chronicles - Reception
6.5/10 (PC) 6.3/10 (DC) 5.8/10 It received mixed reviews from critics, although some reviews for Tomb Raider Chronicles were highly positive. 3rd or 4th games, then there's nothing here in Chronicles that will revitalise your passion for the series or get you to like it for the first time ... Tomb Raider Chronicles is basically more of the same, so you probably know better than anyone else whether or not it's something that you'll like ...

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