tomb_raider_2_androidLast year in December, Square Enix released Tomb Raider 2 for iOS devices but unfortunately an Android version of the game was not available at that time. The good news is that if you were done playing the original which was released on Android earlier this year, you’re in luck because Square Enix has since released the game’s sequel.

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If you were to pop on over to the Google Play Store now, you will be able to download Tomb Raider 2 for a very affordable $0.99. Essentially this is a ported version of the game that was released nearly 20 years ago, so safe to say that in terms of graphics quality, don’t expect too much.

In fact there are plenty of games released today that looks a whole lot better, but if you just want to relive some nostalgia on your phone, or maybe you just want to see what all the fuss is about then perhaps this could be worth checking out. It will feature a similar control layout as the previous Android release.

This means gamers can expect virtual D-pads and on-screen buttons, but it will support external controllers so if you have some lying around, perhaps it’s best to use those for a better experience.

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