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Lara Croft: Reflections rolling out on App Store

Monday, 23rd December 2013 02:39 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Lara Croft: Reflections is a free-to-play collectable card game set in the world of Tomb Raider, available for iOS devices.

Having been outed by a trademark as far back as March, Player Attack reports Reflections is out now on the Australian and New Zealand App Stores, and will presumably arrive in other territories soon.

Reflections has players hunting artifacts, combining weapons and battling enemies through the usual card-battler mechanics of collecting, trading and deck building.

Multiplayer is supported, with group raids on bosses.

Interestingly, the game seems to have a story, which has Lara battling versions of herself form another dimension. This isn’t unprecedented, as both the original Tomb Raider and a couple of Crystal Dynamics titles had Lara squaring off against a clone.

This plot also allows for multiple versions of Lara Croft, although notably none of the artwork seems to show the most recent depictions of our leading lady, from the reboot released this year (or its surprising refresh).

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  1. salarta

    Based on the premise, I’d probably buy this if there was a chance it’d bring back the real Lara in main games with another reboot or continuing what came before, but more likely it’s just money that’d go toward continuing the current thing.

    #1 7 months ago
  2. sebastien rivas

    haha I am with you.

    Though as Enix put it nicely in our face, the new Lara is more … believable.
    Even more so when she non-stop cry and whine…

    #2 7 months ago
  3. monkeygourmet

    ^
    She does that for a very, very small portion of the game (but it’s justified IMO, more anger / fear than whining). After that, she gets pretty pro-active to the point of being quite a badass.

    The ending also gives a fun nod to previous titles.

    #3 7 months ago
  4. KineticCalvaria

    Keep Miss Huge Tits out of it, I’d rather have a real woman in the game. It was definitely a good decision to change Lara and make her more believable.

    #4 7 months ago