Well slap me upside the head and call me a flaming Cucco, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris looks like a rootin’ tootin’ good time!
Seriously. I want it.
Sadly, I never gave Lara Croft and The Guardian of Light (the precursor to Temple of Osiris) a fair shot because I totally discriminated against it. Yes, I admit; I suck(ed). Top-down shindigs weren’t really my thing. But then I played a lil’ ol’ game called Diablo III, remembered a thing called Baldur’s Gate and I’m currently having the time of my life with Divinity: Original Sin. So, as it turns out, top-down shindigs are very much my thing.
SO! The point of this post was to cleanse myself of my discriminatory sinful ways, and to tell y’all that Crystal Dynamics has announced the game will grace us with its presence on December 9th. Look for it on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. And grab yo’ friends. Four player co-op? YUSSSSSSS.
Do you think you’ll pick it up?
I still haven’t bought a PS4 yet, but this is the first game to make me consider getting one. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light was some of the most co-op fun I’ve ever had, so I definitely want more of that.
No shit?! GAHHH. I need to play it. Okay, after Divinity!
You won’t regret it. The game was designed around co-op (unlike a lot of games where it’s just tacked on), which is why it excels at it. I can’t wait to read your thoughts about it!
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