The actual ancient city, temple complex if you will, isn’t much more hidden than this one pictured, but that’s actually a normal Syrian city. If, on a more serious note, such things can still be said to exist…
I see! I was under the impression that the magical creature had shown the Roman the error of his ways, leaving only minor pieces of his armour intact, but I now notice the feet of said Roman in the last shot!
There seems to be a bit of a gap in the stories between the first re-reboot and this one, I suppose I’ll have to read up on what transpired in other media online. The game itself is pretty fun, although I could do without the crafting. We just killed two guys, surely we don’t need to rummage through old dumpsters for little steel parts to craft a gun: there’s plenty lying on the ground!
One of my pet-peeves in games! Contrast, or better yet, black and white points, are often a real mess. Hitman has to be the worst offenders I’ve come across this last year, with the Witcher III being one of the better ones. It’s one of the few things I play with a bit in Photoshop while cropping images for posting.
In Rise of the Tomb Raider, Lara continues her travels through Syria.