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Old 23-12-17, 22:36   #11
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The Temple of Xian

Area 51

Yamatai

Kitezh

All of TR 4 Egypt

Rome

VCI, IIRC I think it's in New York??

London

Las Vegas

Atlantis

Greece

Venice

Wreck of the Maria Doria

India

Bolivia

Tokyo

Ghana

Nepal

Paris

Prague

Thailand

Helheim / Niflheim / Yggdrasill
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Old 23-12-17, 22:41   #12
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I would visit Ireland locations from TR4, maybe Thailand and St. Francis folly.
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Old 24-12-17, 00:53   #13
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if theres any place like palace midas, I wanna go.

South Pacific

Arctic

Nevada Tomb Raider made me realize how beautiful and lively the desert could be.
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Old 24-12-17, 02:52   #14
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India
Egypt
Dragon's Triangle
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Old 24-12-17, 03:21   #15
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Wreck of the Maria Doria would be the top of my list. I would love to explore the different rooms of the ship the same way they were portrayed in TRII. For example, I would like to explore the rooms the upside-down ball room and swimming pool. I remember someone shared an image before on what the Maria Doria levels would potentially look like with a remake. That's how I expect the ship wreck would look like.

Other locations I would visit:

- The Lost Valley
- Palace Midas
- Temple of Xian (minus all the traps and hairy spiders)
- India
- Madubu Gorge
- Lost Library
- Cleopatra's Palace
- Ireland
- Flooded Archives
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Old 24-12-17, 11:45   #16
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The Lost Library from TR4, for sure. Having just replayed the entirety of that game, it really left me wishing it'd been more vast. Not to mention there were some large doors in the second level which were inaccessible. Plus just the idea of finding some ancient scrolls and lost knowledge is really interesting to me.

I could do without the scary fire ghosts though.
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Old 24-12-17, 17:53   #17
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There are a lot of TR locations I'd love to explore irl

Egypt and Greece from TR1/Anniversary - particularly Sanctuary of the Scion and Palace Midas.

Indian Jungle, South Pacific and the London levels from TRIII.

Pretty much all of the TRIV Egypt locations.

I'd love to explore Yamatai without the Solarii everywhere.

Syria and the Geothermal valley in Rise.
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Old 24-12-17, 18:14   #18
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To a lot of people who want to explore the Nevada Desert from TR3 I would recommend Monument Valley. Itís a giant park in the desert and itís gorgeous. The real Nevada Desert is unfortunately very flat and boring. The game actually took a lot of inspiration from desert lands from Utah and Arizona. If you go to google images and type in Monument Valley you wont be disappointed. Large rock formations, beautiful desert colors, and during the night you can see the stars so clearly and by the hundreds. Earth is truly beautiful, even the barren deserts.
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To a lot of people who want to explore the Nevada Desert from TR3 I would recommend Monument Valley. It’s a giant park in the desert and it’s gorgeous. The real Nevada Desert is unfortunately very flat and boring. The game actually took a lot of inspiration from desert lands from Utah and Arizona. If you go to google images and type in Monument Valley you wont be disappointed. Large rock formations, beautiful desert colors, and during the night you can see the stars so clearly and by the hundreds. Earth is truly beautiful, even the barren deserts.
Utah is stunning. I love Zion National Park.
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TR2/3 Home, or 'Jungle' x
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