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What Do We Know About The Next Tomb Raider Game?

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When a polygon palaeontologist named Lara Croft first entered our console screens in 1996, few would have expected a two-decade franchise. That’s exactly what Tomb Raider has become and while we await her second big screen debut in 2018, her video game return is also in demand. Rise of the Tomb Raider was released back in 2015 but there has ...

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Lara’s Belated Inauguration

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  Lara Croft : An Immortal Gaming heroine Finally the busty tomb-raiding goddess of every 90’s boy’s polygon fantasies is to be inducted into the Golden Joystick awards Hall Of Fame. Lara Croft will be an exception, becoming the first fictional character to do so, eclipsing the swashbuckling efforts of iconic gaming characters of the past such as Super Mario ...

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Rise of the Tomb Raider at E3

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After the events of the Tomb Raider reboot, a slightly older Lara Croft is off on another adventure in the Rise of the Tomb Raider, this time taking place in Siberia. In a gameplay trailer shown at Microsoft’s E3 event, the weather is clearly one of the most deadly foes that you will have to face in the game as your ...

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A Windows Phone App Review – Lara Croft: Relic Run

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The Windows Phone app ecosystem often, and with reason, receives criticism. The Windows Phone app selection isn’t as great as iOS or Android, and many of the WP’s titles come no where close to parity with its competition. It’s one of the biggest things holding Windows Phones back. If you’ve ever played something like Infinity Blade on iOS, WP apps ...

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Teaser Trailer and Box Art Released

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There had been rumblings that something was coming soon for Tomb Raider and it looks like it finally happened. Today a new trailer and the game’s box art have been revealed a few weeks ahead of E3 where we will undoubtedly see more. Until then, when can only enjoy the new trailer called “Aim Greater” that pries into what it ...

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Rise of the Tomb Raider is a timed Xbox One exclusive

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There has been some confusion over the exclusivity deal Microsoft have over Rise of the Tomb Raider, after Xbox Australia updated a tweet from January 2015, where they stated, categorically, that the new Lara Croft game is an Xbox One exclusive, not a timed exclusive. “Not timed exclusive but exclusive,” read the Tweet. However Xbox head, Phil Spencer has since come out to deny ...

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Playable Female Characters Are Important

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Playable female characters in games are currently a novelty. The vast majority of games cast players as a male protagonist, and it doesn’t surprise anyone. However, when a game allows players to play as a woman, it is delightfully surprising – and that’s what’s wrong with it. We shouldn’t be surprised by the presence of playable female characters – we should ...

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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Collector’s Edition detailed

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Publisher Square Enix and developer Crystal Dynamics have revealed the Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Collector’s Edition, also known as the Gold Edition. This includes a number of exclusive items such as a 3-inch Lara Croft figurine, an art book featuring exclusive concept art, a map of the Overworld, and the Season Pass. The Gold Edition is only ...

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First Rise of the Tomb Raider artwork images surface

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Rise of the Tomb Raider is the sequel to the Tomb Raider reboot released back in 2013. Just like its predecessor, the title is again being developed by Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix. Rise of the Tomb Raider was announced during Microsoft’s E3 2014 press conference, but unfortunately the companies didn’t share a whole lot of details about it. The situation hasn’t ...

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