Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Temple of Osiris Nintendo Switch ports were quietly lagging

Feral Interactive has quietly revealed the Nintendo Switch ports for Lara Croft and Guardian of Light, and the sequel Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is now set to release in 2023.

These ports were announced back in October 2021 as part of the series’ 25th anniversary for Nintendo’s hybrid console. Since then, however, things have gone pretty quiet on this particular Lara Croft front.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris launch trailer.

However, Feral Interactive has said that the team looks forward to sharing “more” news about these ports “in the new year”!

Eurogamer enjoyed both of Lara’s spin-off adventures when they were first released.

In her Guardian of Light review, Keza MacDonald gave the game an impressive 9/10.

“Guardian of Light’s 14 levels are surprisingly vast, packed with hidden areas and collectible gems, and they’re mostly real, honest tombs: musty, vine-covered tombs, volcanic tombs with cascading rock and bubbling magma, dizzying spider-filled mazes, all full of traps and pressure plates and tantalizingly inaccessible ledges,” she wrote in 2011.

“They are invariably well designed and easy to read; despite the fixed camera, it’s always easy to tell if you can jump or not.”

Guardian of Light is “still unmistakably Tomb Raider: still a cerebral and suspenseful mix of puzzles and action.”

Meanwhile, our Christian Donlan gave The Temple of Osiris a 7/10 when it was released in 2014, calling it a “welcome throwback”.

“During the five or six hours it took me to blast through the campaign, the rest of the world blinked away as the sand poured in and the ancient machinery began to spin. As with Osiris, I’m not sure Lara’s reassembly is completely gone to plan, but the spirit remains intact – and the spirit is still oddly powerful,” he wrote.

Donlan noted that the Temple of Osiris bosses often had a “clean turn”.

As for the broader Tomb Raider series, it was recently announced that Amazon Games will be collaborating with developer Crystal Dynamics on Lara’s next adventure.

As with previous Tomb Raider games, this release will have “tricky puzzles to solve” with the promise of “confronting and defeating a wide variety of enemies.”

The game itself is still in very early stages of development, but Amazon and Crystal claim it will be the “biggest, most comprehensive Tomb Raider game yet”.

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