Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. This all-new adventure takes place in the Temple of Osiris, hidden deep in the deserts of Egypt. Lara Croft arrives at the temple, hoping to be the first inside, but rival treasure hunter Carter Bell has beaten her to the entrance. They each seek the Staff of Osiris, but they discover more than they bargained for. Upon entering the tomb, Carter removes the mythical Staff from its resting place and inadvertently triggers a trap cursing them both and unleashing the evil god Set. But the staff also awakens the gods Horus and Isis, the son and wife of Osiris. Now free from their ancient prison, they join forces with Lara and Carter in order to resurrect Osiris, the only god capable of removing the curse. As Lara and her companions fight their way across the sands and through ancient tombs, they will face gods and monsters of myth and legend. With the fate of the world at stake, Lara must uncover the fragments of Osiris to stop Set from enslaving all mankind.

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Xbox One

Xbox One


  • Local co-op
  • Online multiplayer- 1 to 4 players
  • Online co-op
  • Local multiplayer- 4 players

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Published by
Square Enix

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Approximate download size
2.58 GB

  • Age rating
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    Mild Blood

    Mild Language

In-app purchases
$1.99 - $9.99

Install on your home Xbox One console plus have access when you’re connected to your Microsoft account.

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Platform: Xbox

Fun game that could've been better.

Like Guardian of Light this perfectly captures the essence of Tomb Raider with it's deadly traps and thought-provoking puzzles. The environment is beautiful and the music is enchanting. Sadly though,there's not much variety and most of the areas look the same,which makes the tombs quite boring as your mostly seeing more of the same. There's a heavy focus on combat with hordes of enemies thrown at you in every area,and a heavier focus on collecting gems and equipment. The main focus of the game is obviously these two things and the 4 person multiplayer. Like the main series games,the game feels much too short with puzzles that way easier than its predecessor. One unlockable outfit,but several DLC outfits and tombs on a lacking experience is not right compared to Guardian of Light's much fuller experience. Overall a fun game but feels like a cash grab made to capitalize on the past games name and success.

34 out of 37 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

great sequel

one of the best coop games.

3 out of 3 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Could have beee...

great. This gamehas potential. I love thefeel of the guns but the lame Egyptian ruines, repetitive and choppy enemies, along with neon weapon **** make for an ugly visual experience.




Platform: Xbox

pretty good

liked most of it

5 out of 12 people found this helpful.



Zayko vT

Platform: Xbox

best co op game

so good

5 out of 6 people found this helpful.



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