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Nowadays, it is common to see people complaining about their in-game FPS and low quality textures in games. However, in the not too distant past, this was the least of the problems.
Due to hardware limitations at the time, many producers performed miracles, creating games that marked the lives of many people. One of them was “Tomb Raider”, originally released in 1996 for the Sega Saturn and later for the PlayStation and MS-DOS.
The player controls Lara Croft, an archaeologist who investigates tombs, dungeons, and ancient sites for antiquities and treasure. All this while solving puzzles and encountering supernatural creatures.
The character can run, jump, somersault, hang and interact with different targets while playing. One of his most striking features was the striking features of his body, which at the time were still very “square”.
With that in mind, Hungarian cosplayer Angie night She created a funny costume that repeats the appearance of Lara Croft at that time.
“I hear you’re missing Lara the polygon! I know there was supposed to be a third Lara version published today, but as I mentioned in my stories, unfortunately the overall look wasn’t what I’d hoped for. I thought it was weird and didn’t suit me, and as much as I tried to change My makeup and photo editing, I ended up not being satisfied.”explained the artist.
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