Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider Screens

There is absolutely nothing sexist, misogynistic or otherwise controversial about these Gamescom screens for Tomb Raider, so we're going to have to make up our own. Oh my god, Lara Croft is helping that hardened killer execute that woman!

Doesn't work? Okay, let's see if there's anything else we can use here.

Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider Screens

Oh my god, Lara Croft is stealing things from a corpse. She's obviously a necrostealiac.


Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider ScreensNot all bearded men are evil, Square Enix!
Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider ScreensThis is not a very good screenshot. Obviously they are biased against clarity and friendly angles.
Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider ScreensDefacing an ancient idol with candles — British stereotyping at work.
Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider ScreensFirst she shoots Bambi's mother in the neck, then they set the forest on fire.
Surely There's Some Sort of Controversy Lurking in These New Tomb Raider ScreensHere Lara waits until the deer sees her to fire, feeding off the fear of her prey, that monster.

Yeah, I'm trying really hard, but I'm not seeing anything particularly outrage-worthy. Maybe this is just a video game?

Nah, what fun would that be?