Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen moves along at a decent pace here and provides for some good stuff along the way to flesh out the story more. We get some good character moments for Lara and Carter and a lot of exposition once Grus is brought into it. His whole deal just feels weird and is played in an odd way, giving more credence to the whole unusual way those with wealth operate. The story is moving along and it ups the ante with the supernatural side here in a big way. It's really not clicking for me in that direction even though I like the whole exposition and view of things that we get between Lara and Grus. It's doing its thing and it's doing it competently and confidently to be sure, but it's not engaging me for the reasons mentioned. Read Full Review
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