It is the New Year, and I am making it one of my priorities for 2021 to regularly post new entries into my Gaming Photo Album feature; the introduction of Photo Mode into more and more games is functionality I eagerly welcome, and enjoy playing around with. However, in this case, there is no Photo Mode; instead, I am focusing on the brilliant cinematography present in the game itself. That game is Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition!
For some background: if you were not aware, I am a fan of the modern Tomb Raider trilogy and regard them as incredible games, in particular the second of three, Rise of the Tomb Raider (which I have written a review for, and already done a Gaming Photo Album entry for!). So, when I got my Xbox Series S and was informed that all three of the games were on sale, I purchased them for a second time to play on my shiny new console! The Series S makes taking screenshots very efficient through a single input on the controller, and there are a plethora of ways to share it (I have been taking screenshots… Quite a lot). So, here are some photos I took whilst playing Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition on Xbox Series S!
Lara Croft: Close-Ups
Lara Croft: Medium Profiles
Light in the Dark
In the Air
Radio Tower Climb
That brings to an end the latest Gaming Photo Album! I hope you enjoyed this and the new format of slideshows for each category. If you are going through and wondering why there is not a screenshot of a particular point in the game, bear in mind that sometimes I am so preoccupied with the game I am not taking screenshots, aha! I plan to keep adding to the Gaming Photo Album feature in 2021 – if you have any particular suggestions for games, Photo Mode or not, you can let me know in the comments.
Thanks for reading!