Tomb Raider doesn't release until next week, but reviews for the highly anticipated series reboot have already started to wash across the web. Initial reports are overwhelmingly positive, lauding virtually every aspect of the experience as a triumphant return to form for gaming's most iconic leading lady.
One aspect of the game you don't need to wait to enjoy is the music, as it's already available for your listening pleasure. Composed by Jason Graves of Dead Space fame, Jim Sterling called the soundtrack remarkably complementary and said it added "gravitas to all the game's best moments." Having just finished listening to it myself, I definitely enjoy the brooding, atmospheric vibe it has going for it and can't wait to delve into the campaign next week.
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