As far as I can tell there are no problems with the PC version of Tomb Raider. The options menu is extensive allowing for scaling Tomb Raider to the different systems. I have a nVidia GTX 660 which ran on High at around 80 fps and on the highest setting at around 30 fps. The graphics are fairly impressive, although some parts of the cut scenes aren’t rendered in the engine but are pre-recorded videos.
Tomb Raider PC Options Menu
You can rebind keys. A game pad is supported (ie XBOX 360 controller or similar) by default. Mouse acceleration can be turned off and you can change the sensitivity. VSync can be turned on or off and has a number of different settings. For those that care the game has an inbuilt 3D system. I did not find the FOV slider. Here are two screenshots of the options menus:
Tomb Raider First Impressions
Generally speaking Tomb Raider has received good reviews from other publishers on the XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 version. Tomb Raider is an action puzzle game played in third person. It features different puzzles in dungeons that you have to solve. It also features a QTE (quick time event, mashing buttons etc) system to allow you to get through other parts of the game. In general I like the game so far, but I have only played the first 20 minutes (hence this is called an absolute first impression) as shown in the YouTube video linked below.
Tomb Raider YouTube Video
(YouTube video will be available within a few hours.)
Watch on YouTube: http://youtu.be/Yxo_DxiboBU