The search for a new Lara Croft has finally concluded. And much like the famous videogame heroines’ adventures, the treasure was a bit unexpected.
The guy who ran the studio responsible for Tomb Raider has left the building. No word on what he’ll do next though.
Rise of the Tomb Raider dipped back into the paranormal well last month, but it looks like Lara isn’t out of the woods just yet. Because for her first batch of DLC, Lara Croft will be tackling some pure nightmare fuel based on some old Slavic folklore. Here’s the Baba Yaga debut trailer that was shown at the Game Awards pre-show.
Does Lara Croft’s latest adventure rise to the occasion or take a mistep in the pursuit of the perfect sequel? Critics from around the world have weighed in – here’s what they’ve had to say.
Lara Croft’s latest adventure is easily the best the series has ever mustered in it’s long chequred history, and a defining moment in the future of where Crystal Dynamic seeks to take the videogame icon. It’s an almost perfect sequel.
Rise of The Tomb Raider properly sets up Lara Croft in her signature role of an action archaelogist. But that sequel almost had a different name entirely and was for a good while known as Tomb Raider: Ascension.
Microsoft might seem silly to place Rise of the Tomb Raider on the same day as Fallout 4, but it was a carefully calculated decision that might work in their favour.
Lara is all alone in the wolderness and will have to use everything she’s learnt to survive while exploring lost tombs. Here’s how her equipment will determine what type of game you play.
Just can’t wait to see how Lara gets herself in all sorts of trouble raiding tombs? Check out an extended look at the beginning of Rise of the Tomb Raider right here,
Last week, Amazon leaked details on an upcoming season pass for Rise of the Tomb Raider, with new details surfacing today. Sadly, there’s no Michael Caine content, so my dreams of that crossover are deader than my SA Idols ambitions. Here’s what you’ll be getting inside that season pass.
Just about every game these days has a season pass of some sort up their sleeves, and it looks like the Lara Croft sequel to the smash hit 2013 game, is no exception as a Rise of The Tomb Raider expansion has been spotted in the wilds of the net.
Lara’s follow-up to here stellar return will run almost double the length, and even more if you become obsessive about collecting every single treasure you can find.