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Lara Croft and the Temple of Orisis ESRB Rating Reveals Guns, Enemies and More
While it is true that the Lara Croft game that is on the lips of every fan right now is Rise of the Tomb Raider but that doesn’t mean platformer lovers aren’t looking out for Lara Croft and the Temple of Orisis.
We have news for you guys, the ESRB Rating of the game came up on the official website – and got removed quickly thereafter.
Interestingly, the rating didn’t show anything related to the PC version of the game which of course is strange for all of us. However, the ratings might have been prematurely uploaded with error. The fact that they are not there to be seen on the website further strengthens the speculation that the ratings indeed were put up erroneously.
“This is an adventure-platformer in which players help Lara Croft and her allies recover ancient artifacts in an underground temple. From a 3/4 overhead perspective, players traverse environments and use pistols, machine guns, shotguns, and magical relics to defeat fantastical creatures (e.g., giant scarabs, skeletal warriors, crocodile creatures) in frenetic combat. Battles are accompanied by realistic gunfire, large explosions, and cries of pain. Some creatures break apart into pieces and/or emit splashes of colorful liquid when defeated; one sequence depicts blood stains on a book. The word “bastard” can be heard in the game.”
Lara Croft and the Temple of Orisis was announced at E3 2014 as a sequel to Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light – the million copy seller. The game is being developed for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.