Tomb Raider II

Tomb Raider II

Core once again dives into exotic locations and exciting game play.

Jewel Case Release – Guide Book Ad

Action / Adventure
CDs: 1
(?? Megs)
1 Player
ESRB: Teen
Animated Blood
Animated Violence
Retail Barcode:
88687 30123 7
1 Block
Sony ID:
November 22, 1997

Lara’s Back!

The unstoppable Lara Croft is back in Tomb Raider II.

Join Lara in her quest for The Dagger of Xian, reputed to possess the power of the dragon. But beware, Lara is not the only one in search of the dagger! Warrior Monks and crazed cult members plot against you as you travel from the remote mountain peaks of Tibet, the canals of Venice and even to the bottom of the sea.

  • Explore New Worlds:  Tibet, China, Venice and a sunken ship
  • Arm Yourself With:  Automatic pistols, harpoon gun, rocket launcher, M16 rifle, Uzis, shotguns, flares and more!
  • Kill or be Killed by: Warrior Monks, Yetis, jaguars, great white sharks, killer eels, rabid Dobermans, and more!

“98% Adventure Game of the Year” – PS Extreme

“Game of the Year” – Ultra Game Players


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You’re going to want to sit down for this one. Aside from the obvious visuals, of interest is that the Retail Barcode changed for the GH releases to 7 88687 30363 7. The discs almost all look the same, so hunting loose copies is a nightmare. The oddball “A” Variant ups the PSRM to xxxxx1, but then it all gets reverted back on successive releases.

Jewel Case Release – Ad Changed to Hot Line


Jewel Case Release SLUS – A Variant


Jewel Case Variant – Core Logo Added to Front


Greatest Hits Release


Greatest Hits Release – Two Demos Added


Greatest Hits Release – Three Demos Version


Greatest Hits Variant – Core Moved, ESRB Updated


Collector’s Edition Release – Part of a 3 Pack


  • The back of the original release just says “Memory Card” with no Block count. This issue was not fixed till the Greatest Hits release.
  • The cover variants show an almost amusing visual story of possible problems between Eidos and Core. At first, Core’s logo is only on the back. Then, it’s next to Eidos on the front, and then it’s eventually moved as far away as possible.
  • One of the highest variant counts on the system.
  • There was potential for Tomb Raider II on the Sega Saturn, but dismal system sales cancelled any hope of it.
  • According to MobyGames, the band The Prodigy delayed an album release as they were all too busy playing Tomb Raider II.
  • Home to the amusing glitch / event where you can lock her loyal butler in the kitchen freezer.