A sweeping score with a nice dose of orchestral noodling, the only thing that's slightly jarring is the overblown, slight daft voice acting. Then again, perhaps that's what Crystal Dynamics was going for.
Atmospheric, ancient dusty tombs are right on the money, and although character models aren't the most detailed, they're nicely stylised, which gives them a certain charm.
If you enjoyed Guardian of Light, then you're going to get a kick out of this too. Playing in 4-player co-op can be hectic, but it's also raucous fun. Play solo, and you'll still enjoy the ride.
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris isn't exactly huge and can easily be completed over a weekend. However, the range of challenges and collectibles add ample replay value, while co-op is always worth delving into.
A solid, workmanlike list that covers all of the right bases, and ensures you'll play the game to death in pursuit of the full 1000G. A simple playthrough still rewards over 500G, but only dedicated players who put in the time and effort will attain 100%.