Take control of Lara and her new partner Totec, a Mayan tribesman, and uncover the ancient artifact known as the "Mirror of Smoke" in this all new action adventure game.
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Release Date: Sep 28, 2010

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Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is an action/adventure game featuring Lara Croft. This brand extension combines the hallmarks of the Tomb Raider franchise including exploration & discovery, platforming, and puzzle solving combined with character progression, fun fast-paced combat, and elements of human cooperation and competition.

Key features:
  • First downloadable only title from Crystal Dynamics, and first downloadable only Lara Croft game.
  • A classic formula of puzzles, combat, exploration, and breathtaking visuals put through the lens of an isometric fast-paced gaming experience.
  • A wide range of options for solving puzzles and traversing deadly environmental traps, offering players an unprecedented level of freedom to choose their own solutions and explore various paths through the dense jungles of Central America.
  • Crystal Dynamics' proprietary engine delivers sprawling environments with no load-times and unbelievable vertical gameplay through tombs reaching deep into the Earth.
  • Face off against a myriad of undead warriors brought to life by the evil Xolotl, including a number of boss battles that are not to be missed!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    • Processor: 3+ GHz Intel or 2.5+ GHZ AMD
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM (XP) / 2 GB RAM (Vista)
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6 Series (6800GT or better) / ATI 1300XT or better
    • Hard Drive: 7GB
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card and drivers
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 3
Amazing game. Engaging gameplay, beautiful stylized graphics, and replay value in completing all of the objectives. Very fun to play. You are exploring different archeological ruins and solve puzzles in them.
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93 of 107 people (87%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
22.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 25, 2014
Even though this is a spin-off and not a main Tomb Raider entry, this game is pretty Tomb Raider-tastic.

Lara hunts down an artifact no one should wield and sets off apocalyptic events that only she can stop? YEP.
Plenty of shooting of natural and supernatural enemies in well-paced fight encounters? YEP.
Lots and lots of booby traps to avoid, disarm, or survive? YEP.
Puzzles that usually involve timing, platforming and typical Lara acrobatics? YEP.
Smartass one-liners and quips from Lara almost everytime she opens her mouth? Yep.
Well-placed and often hidden collectibles? Yep.
Tomb raiding? You bet!

The controls are snappy and responsive, the puzzles and platforming are very satisfying, and ultimately pretty much everything about the gameplay is rewarding in some way. Every level has a handful of optional objectives you can try to complete for even more rewards -- such as artifacts or relics that boost your stats or combat ability in various ways. The game's visuals and audio both are actually a hell of a lot better than I expected, and I often found myself gleefully looking around to admire the level design or dancing around a boss in time with the boss stage's music.

Bonus: You can play this with a friend, and the game even redesigns much of the levels' puzzles to accomodate 2 players. The second player character, Totec, CANNOT be played on his own, i.e. if you're playing on your own, Lara is your only option. But, well, she's the far cooler option anyway. :P

A tip: Use a controller. The game only fully recognizes Xbox 360 type controllers but you can very easily fool it into accepting others by using a controller emulator (x360ce). Mouse and keyboard controls have much more precise aiming for shooting, but I found they just were too clunky for me for -everything- else.
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70 of 74 people (95%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
22.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 29, 2015
Short Version:

+ Great puzzles
+ Good level design
+ Most bosses are great
+ All levels have challenges which enhance the replay value
+ A good amount of collectibles
+ Enjoyable singleplayer
+ Amazing local co-op

- Paper-thin story
- Cheesy, dumb villain who is also a coward - he runs away from you from start to finish
- Buggy online co-op
- Voice acting is weak
-Cutscenes are lackluster - The characters lips do not move; the camera angles "cleverly" change to make that unnoticeable.

"Long" version:

I'm a big Tomb Raider fan and when Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light was announced, I thought it was a horrible idea. Fortunately, this game is quite an enjoyable experience.

Lara finds herself in Central America looking for an artifact called the Mirror of Smoke. After a long journey, she is successful, but a group of mercenaries led by a local warlord ambushes Lara and misuses the mirror, unleashing Xolotl, the aztec god of death and darkness. Totec, the Guardian of Light, is then awaken - he informs Lara that Xolotl must be stopped until dawn, otherwise, the world will face certain doom.

The story is really predictable and shallow. You release an evil god and you spend the whole game chasing him. The thing is, you are always on his heels, so he feels like a total coward, constantly running away. Its design is also bad in comparison with all the other bosses; he looks too cartoony and the stakes are never high. You don't care about any of the characters and the only reason you "care" about Lara is because of how well-established she already is as a videogame character/icon. If she was a new character, we would know nothing about her. You can play as Lara (Singleplayer/Multiplayer) or Totec (Multiplayer only) and the levels design changes accordingly.

The game can be played with a single player and a second player can connect at any time - Locally or Online.
Single player is good but I would suggest playing Local Co-op for a full, rich experience.
Local Co-op is amazing - solving puzzles with a buddy is awesome. You can also kill your teammate so there are a ton of possibilities for revenge and a few laughs, usually followed by an impalled/crushed ally.
On the other hand, Online Co-op is full of bugs and there are a lot of synch problems. Bullets doing nothing to enemies and Totec's spears not spawning (they are necessary to cross certain obstacles) are only some of the bugs I encountered with friends.

The gameplay is this game's main strength; it focuses on platforming, combat and puzzle solving.

Platforming is relatively simple. Lara and Totec can use their gadgets to get to higher places or to cross pits and chasms. Totec has a shield that allows Lara to jump on him and perform a bigger jump, allowing her to reach higher platforms; Lara can then pull him up using her grapple. Totec also has spears; once thrown against a wall, Lara can use these to cross certain obstacles.

Combat is good. You have a lot of weapons to choose from but you'll find yourself using the same combination over and over again. Once you kill enough enemies, you'll enter some sort of berserk mode and you'll get an upgrade - mana/health regenaration, scatter shots or even better mines - that will last until you are hit by your enemies. This kind of makes the game's combat super easy. If you pick a powerful weapon and you keep regenarating mana, you'll be able to kill everything with ease. Your enemies are a bunch of clumsy demons and summons who are kind of shallow in design, but they offer a decent enough challenge later on, when their numbers are massive. Some of these creatures get a different color pallet on certain levels, which provides them with different abilites (ressurection, explosion when killed, etc.). My real gripe with the enemies is that you only come across a really limited number of different creatures. More variety would have been better.

The puzzles are quite easy to figure out and only slightly harder to solve. You'll have to time jumps and dodges, activate pressure pads and deactivate hazards/barriers that block your way. Their design is really good and the scale grows bigger and more impressive in later levels. Unfortunately, even harder puzzles are sort of basic and provide no real challenge..

To mix things up and add replay value, each level provides some optional challenges to complete. They can be really easy to complete - destroy all trucks in a level or jump 12 times over a trap - or "infuriating" (complete the whole level in under X minutes or navigate a trap-filled hall on your first attempt). Once completed, these challenges provide helpful new weapons, health/mana upgrades or even relics. Relics are equippable items - they change your stats and help you in combat (better bombs, better speed, etc.).

Sound is kinda generic - guns don't really sound all that great but it's serviceable (explosions sound good, though). The dialogue is really cheesy and considering the story is also bad, you won't care about what the characters are saying - not that it matters. The game features a good soundtrack - I might be wrong but I think some of it was used in Tomb Raider Anniversary and maybe even in TR Legend and Underworld.

The game looks fairly decent. You'll have some graphical glitches from time to time but the game knows what it is and it tends to amaze you with huge environments instead of with graphical detail. Character models are ok, but their lips do not move during cutscenes; the camera angle keeps changing so players won't notice.

Overrall, this game is a great purchase if you enjoy inventive puzzle solving, mixed with a fair amount of combat and platforming. It might have big flaws, including what was supposed to be its main selling point (online co-op) but the gameplay is so satisfying and local co-op is so good that this is an experience I gladly recommend. The game currently costs 10€ - I'd suggest getting it on a sale. I think it is worth 5€ if you are desperate for a puzzle game but it goes on sale fairly often so I'd wait for a 75/80% discount.

Final Score: 7.5 out of 10.
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62 of 67 people (93%) found this review helpful
100.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2013
Works fine as a nice single player adventure too, but it's best to play in coop mode. Great looking, varied and complex levels with awesome puzzles, tricky traps and some nice action moments. I love how clever some puzzles are, and that there are more than one solutions for some of them, you really need to use all your gears and your brains to solve all the obstacles. The replay value is also good, as you have many weapons, upgrades and challenges to complete. All in all, it's a fun adventure!
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33 of 36 people (92%) found this review helpful
25.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 27, 2014
This is an amazing game! A Tomb Raider game from an isometric perspective letting you complete it in coop mode, too! You cannot go wrong with such an approach! You have action, you have puzzles, you have collectibles and you have a very good level design. Some of the collectibles are difficult to obtain so there is replayibility here. Also, some puzzles / challenges are completely different in coop, thus, the game should at least be completed twice (alone and with a friend) for the different experience.

For me Guardian of Light was a nice surprise after the many third-person shooter episodes. Interestingly, the idea and the development came from the same team so this really is a thumbs-up!
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33 of 39 people (85%) found this review helpful
9.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 15, 2014
This game have been created especially to play in co-op, and I recommend to play it with gamepads. I really enjoy this game when I play with my girlfriend ;)
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31 of 38 people (82%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
5.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 20, 2014
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is exemplary coop ingenuity.

Transplanting the Tomb Raider franchise onto an isometric shooter, its genius lies not within its clever puzzles or satisfying combat, but the lengths at which it has been designed from the ground up as a brilliant coop experience. It forces you to think with two players in mind instead of opting for the far simpler solution of just dropping another player in beside you, and this devotion makes for refreshingly unique puzzle designs and the means with which you navigate the world.

The focus on teamwork is in large part based on the different character abilities between archaeologist, Lara Croft, and the ancient Mayan warrior, Totec. Each has various gear and moves (from a grappling hook, to a shield that can be raised and jumped on) and it's in using them in tandem that you can manage to make your way through environments that one person couldn't. It inspires cooperation in ways that simply providing double the fire power doesn't, putting you in situations where each player has a specific role and no one feels the lesser for theirs.

It's a fairly radical departure for the series traditional gameplay hooks, but Guardian of Light still feels distinctly Tomb Raider. Though the perspective has changed and there's less of an emphasis on platforming, there are still plenty of supernatural monsters to kill and tombs to raid, with puzzles that are probably the best the series has ever seen. They revisit many of the same designs but in a way that's constantly layering on new challenges, requiring you continue expanding your perception of them even when on the surface they're born of the same basic template.

I don't doubt that it's entirely possible to play Guardian of Light as a solo adventure and have a good amount of fun with it, but to me that would be missing a huge portion of what makes it so enjoyable. There's just nothing quite like the sort of beautiful coop design presented with a game like this, with playing with friends already being generally more entertaining and something so tailor made to that playstyle elevating it to new heights. There's something really special to me about games that can serve as essentially bonding moments between friends and family, and ones as smart and polished as this are all too rare.
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21 of 25 people (84%) found this review helpful
6.9 hrs on record
Posted: February 2, 2015

It’s a shame they didn’t take notes from Guardian of Light when developing the most recent reboot of Tomb Raider. While Lara croft in the most recent core entry in the Tomb Raider series is trying her best to shed all the enjoyable puzzles and adventuring that made the series famous to instead become the new quick time event action movie star and dethrone Drake from Uncharted, Lara Croft in the Guardians of Light offers everything that made Tomb Raider great.

The game is centered on fast paced action combat, exploration, and completing various interesting and sometimes challenging puzzles. Unlike the core entries in the franchise, Guardians of Light takes the approach of having players control the game from an isometric view point, this type of view point allows for a very enjoyable seamless co-op mode experience.

As far as visuals go there’s nothing in this game that will overwhelm you, but for an isometric view game from 2010 it holds up very well. The level design on the other hand is absolutely brilliant, offering a wide variety of puzzles ranging from one room dungeons to entire expansive multi-tomb map sized puzzles. The puzzles are normally completed through various interactions between Lara and her co-op companion Totec, the Guardian of Light. Each character plays slightly different from one another, each with their own pros and cons, Totec is bulkier and has a shield so he fits more into the role of a tank, he also uses throwing spears as his primary weapon that can also be used to make platforms for the much lighter and more nimble and agile Lara Croft. Totec can also raise his shield above his head to use as a platform and then Lara can use her grappling hook to pull up Totec or make rope bridges for him to climb up. There are many instances in the game where you are put into a situation where you have to act very quickly and rely heavily on your partner to either lift you into the right position or to carry you to safety before you are either crushed, mauled, or mutilated, and in these intense, fast paced, high pressure situations is where the game shines.

The combat handles just the way you’d expect it to for an isometric view arcade shooter. There aren’t really any complaints as long as you aren’t the guy who gets stuck as player 2 using a gamepad controller, because you’ll be SoL and instead of a crosshair you will get stuck with the tiniest little light that shines on the wall in the direction you are facing as your point of reference for the general area in which you’ll be firing. This honestly wouldn’t be that bad, when you see the light it works really well, but the problem is that it’s constantly being hidden behind objects in the foreground and you have to blindly fire at enemies while you franticly search for your little light. The game does offer a fairly extensive variety of weapons to choose from, from pistols to assault rifles to flame throwers, they’re all present and accounted for. Each character has their own primary weapon; Lara’s being her pistols and Teco’s being his throwing spears, both of which have unlimited ammunition, all of the other weapons are useable by both characters and their ammunition is monitored by a depleting ammo bar below your health bar that is replenished by the abundant ammo drops located on the map and from enemy drops.

The game tries to shake things up and keep the gameplay from feeling stale by adding various challenges for each level such as reach the end of the level by “X” amount of time, or blow up a certain number of random objects placed throughout the map. Completion of these challenges result in acquiring a unique perk or item that can be applied to your character to greatly aid you in your adventures. An example of the most beneficial perk I came across during my adventures was a perk that became activated if I managed to chain together a large enough kill streak without being injured by any enemies, my gun would then switch over to rapid triple shot mode and allow me to plow through hordes of enemies like a true bonafide bad ♥♥♥. The best part is that all the perks and items you acquire are useable on both characters, so you don’t have to worry about your partner hording the juicy loot.

Overall Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light provides an excellent experience that becomes even that much more enjoyable when played with a friend in co-op. The fast paced action combat is thrilling and there is an abundance of quality puzzles that keeps you engaged and entertained. With the only complaint being minor control issues for player 2, the Guardian of Light is truly a game worth buying and enjoying alongside a friend.

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15 of 15 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 16
A pretty "Tomb Raider-tastic" CO-OP Game for around 10 hours!

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is an action/adventure game. It combines the hallmarks of the Tomb Raider franchise including exploration & discovery, platforming, and puzzle solving combined with character progression, fun fast-paced combat, and elements of human cooperation and competition.

I've only played the online CO-OP Multiplayer not the Singleplayer. But I guess the Singleplayer is similar to the CO-OP Multiplayer. I recommend this game definitely for the CO-OP mode.

+ Lara Croft :D
+ pretty graphics creating a nice atmosphere
+ great level design
+ marvellous puzzles
+ challenging bosses
+ several difficulties
+ lot's of various weapons and enemies
+ low system requirements
+ online- and local CO-OP

- there are partly bugs in physics
- automatic moving camera with weaknesses
- the story is paper-thin
- DLCs (only partially with added value)

I give the game 8/10 points

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18 of 21 people (86%) found this review helpful
15.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 2, 2015
Good controls, fun levels, probably one of the best local co-op games around. Works well with 360 or compatible gamepads.
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11.7 hrs
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Fun puzzle-platformer/twin stick shooter with pleasant graphics, great atmosphere and small, but well executed set of character abilities. Enough variety in platforming, puzzling and shooting to keep you excited. Great in co-op (though online option is somewhat buggy).
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13.5 hrs
Posted: September 12
A really good game with a friend. I always play with the same dude, cause we don't have much time for playing solo. We use our free time to play together. And that was the first game we purchased, and we had twelves hours of really good fun : combats are quite good, thanks to weapon diversity, platform is well done, and enigmas are sometimes a little challenging which is really nice. We're not the complete everything type of guys, only doing things to get good items or unlock new levels, so 12h.. much better than the second "Temple Of Osiris" IMO.
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17.6 hrs
Posted: September 4
This game has some fun puzzles and is an enjoyable experience. It is not the best story ever, but do you really care as long as it gets you to the next survival puzzles? It also had interesting mechanics for shooting that do NOT work with a STEAM Controller. I used my Xbox 360 controller and it worked great! You hav to use the right analog stick to aim... with no autolock on. Go explore!
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7.2 hrs
Posted: September 4
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3.0 hrs
Posted: August 30
Product received for free
This game is a blast and I really enjoyed it. It is easily one of the better local co-op games on Steam, and for that reason alone I think you should get it (if you have any friend/family member to play with, of course). Mouse and keyboard controls don't really feel as nice and smooth as they should, but thankfully you can use a gamepad and everything is fine afterwards.

I had an evil and malicious problem for about 5 months now. I upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 and the game wouldn't even start. And for so long I kept trying to find fixes, and finally I found it myself! If the game doesn't start for you, uncheck any compatibility option and run it. Thank God for this!

Anyway, I definitely recommend this on a sale.
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12.9 hrs
Posted: August 27
-Great combat system
-Great challenges
-Cool puzzles

Haven't really found anything to complain about yet. Very pretty and fun game!
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Don't let your dreams be dreams
21.2 hrs
Posted: August 26
TL DR: do you want to have fun with friends/brother/sister/boy/girlfriend etc? This is the game for you. Even if you aren't familiar with the TR series you will have quite some fun with it. (Two controllers recommended)
Are you looking for the typical Tomb Raider game with the pretty graphics, intense storyline amazing quality effects and that sexy Lara's A$$?
This is not the game for you.

This is not the typical Tomb Raider game and is not even the typical gameplay you could find into a TR game.
Yeah indeed, there are several artifacts to find (some are even really well hidden), yes there are different puzzles, yes there are even some difficult challenges.
But the gameplay itself is not the usual.
First of all the view is not a third person one but an isometric one (if you like RPGs or Diablo you will love this).
Second there is a lot of action; yes there will be a lot of enemies to kill and you will find yourself surrounded more than one time.
Third you can play this co-op and some puzzles will even change during multiplayer to "force you" to cooperate to go on.

I really recommend the use of a controller even because it's a simple and plain game with simple commands (keyboard + mouse in this particular case is not that comfy like on Diablo 3 for example).

The gameplay itself is pretty much linear even if, in some levels, you will need to go back and forth through the map to go on.

If you take your time to do everything you will find several relics and weapons (and you will be amazed...there are quite plenty of them). The relics will give you different advantages (or disadvantages) on speed, ammo, health and so on. (Like the objects on a RPG game but in a very and more simple way). If you get the most rare ones (both relics and weapons...yes there are some quite unusual weapons) you will technically become immortal.

Longevity is really not a strong point of this game. By skipping the challenges, the secondary puzzles and the tombs to explore you can easily finish this game in 5 hours or even less if you are a skilled player or you play at the easiest difficulty.

Even if the different scenarios and the effects are really good looking don't expect a quality AAAA graphic. In fact there are really few cut scenes with the game graphic. Most of them are pretty draws with Lara narrative voice.

I recommend this game if you want a simple game to chill a bit alone or with a friend or a relative or a parent or the love of your life. It's fun and you will have fun.

I don't recommend this game if you are a TR purist. You will definitely not like this game. Or if you are looking for a long and complicate game. This is really not the game for you.

Graphics 7/10
Sounds 7/10
Gameplay 9/10
Longevity 6/10
Cooperation and fun 8/10
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