Tomb Raider: Anniversary was released just over a decade after the original. It follows almost all of the same story although some parts have been reimagined. Lara is searching for a mystical artifact known as the Scion. She’ll be lead to a series of ruins around the world including locations in Peru, Greece, Egypt and Atlantis.

Lara starts with dual-wielding pistols and can find a shotgun, 50-caliber pistols and a Mini-SMG along the way. You can hold as many medipaks as you can find but ammo for each gun is capped. Lara has her grapple from the last game but there are no vehicles to drive. You can save your game manually at any time but when you load you’ll be taken back to the previous checkpoint.

Tomb Raider Anniversary Controls

Most of the controls for Tomb Raider: Anniversary are the same as Tomb Raider: Legend. One new features is the Adrenaline Dodge or Headshot. When an enemy becomes enraged Lara can dodge out of the way and do a headshot which one kills most of the basic enemies.


Run: W/A/S/D
Walk: Alt + Direction
Sneak: R + Direction
Jump: Space Bar
Interact: E
Manual Grab: Ctrl (Lara grabs automatically be default)
Crouch: Left Shift
Swan Dive: Direction + Space Bar then quickly press Left Shift


Grapple: Q
Small Medipak: V
Large Medipak: B
Other Items: Tab


Target Lock: Right Mouse Button
Fire Weapon: Left Mouse Button
Switch Weapon: Mouse Wheel
Reload: E
Adrenaline Dodge: Right Mouse Button, Direction Key + Left Shift, wait for the two circles to come together and then Left Mouse Button to fire.

Tomb Raider Anniversary Walkthrough


Croft Manor


Level 1: Mountain Caves
Level 2: City of Vilcabamba
Level 3: The Lost Valley
Level 4: Tomb of Qualopec


Level 5: St. Francis Folly
Level 6: The Coliseum
Level 7: Midas’ Palace
Level 8: Tomb of Tihocan


Level 9: Temple of Khamoon
Level 10: Obelisk of Khamoon
Level 11: Sanctuary of the Scion

Lost Island

Level 12: Natla’s Mines
Level 13: The Great Pyramid
Level 14: The Final Conflict