Next up in the Gaming Photo Album is Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the epic conclusion to a trilogy of games I utterly adore – I can still remember my immense excitement for the third game like it was yesterday (somehow, it’s already been 3 years… ). Closing out the modern origin trilogy of Lara Croft, Shadow of the Tomb Raider impressed me with how it continued to evolve the gameplay of the franchise, whilst telling a bold story that delved into the vulnerabilities and fears of Lara and how she overcomes them.
Amongst the luscious environments, thrilling set pieces, and intriguing exploration, there were plenty of photo opportunities – and for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, there was even a dedicated photo mode introduced! This let you further customise the angles, filters, depth of field, and more, including various expressions for Lara and plenty of other welcome details that give the player more options. In this post, you’ll see my personal results from taking screenshots, and it nicely closes out my own trilogy of Gaming Photo Album Tomb Raider posts, following on from Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and Rise of the Tomb Raider! However, don’t necessarily think this is the end, as I often replay games in the trilogy, and will likely end up posting follow-ups. After all, if you’ve played the games, you’ll probably notice there are some sections I have not taken photos in. This is probably because I was too caught up in the action – after all, playing on Deadly Obsession difficulty is quite intense!
Right then, onto the photos. Enjoy!
Lara Croft: Close-Up Profiles
Lara Croft: Medium Profiles
Lara Croft: Side-On Profiles
Lara Croft: Black & White Profiles
Lara & Jonah
Light & Shadow
Leap of Faith
Descending (With A Smile)
Croft Manor… ?
We’re at the end of the photos – I hope you enjoyed them! Now, we wait for Square Enix to announce where Tomb Raider goes next, eh? Meanwhile, you can see more of my Gaming Photo Album posts here! Have an amazing day!