It was announced yesterday that Crystal Dynamics' reboot sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider will be coming exclusively to Xbox platforms, and those terms have been specified a bit since. As expected, the exclusivity has a time period, and the game will later be free to migrate to other platforms. More after the jump.
Tomb Raider reboot developer Crystal Dynamics made a splash at this week's Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany by announcing some surprising release details for the sequel. Rise of the Tomb Raider is planned for a holiday 2015 launch, and is "coming exclusively to Xbox." Read on for more.
Tomb Raider did a solid job of rebooting the series, and Lara Croft is coming back for another round in Rise of the Tomb Raider. Try to ignore the intensely generic name and enjoy the brief cinematic clip showcased during Microsoft's press conference after the jump.
March is looking like a good time to be a PlayStation Plus subscriber. North America and Europe have some solid lineups of games, and both regions will be able to add Tomb Raider to their PS3 Instant Game collection for free. Hit the jump for the rest of the lineup.
One would think Lightning already has enough clothes to wear in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, but now she's getting ready to add some Tomb Raider gear to the wardrobe. Lara Croft DLC will join the game when it launches on February 11, and you can see it in action in the trailer after the jump.
After showing us the difference between Tomb Raider's visuals on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Crystal Dynamics executive producer Scot Amos is back to discuss Lara Croft. See what makes the updated model special in the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition developer diary after the jump.
Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 with enhanced visuals, but just how enhanced are they? IGN has a new video that compares and analyzes the game on PlayStation 4, putting it against the PS3 version after the jump.
Square Enix trademarked something called Lara Croft: Reflections back in March, and now it's been revealed as a card-collecting game on iOS. Yep, Lara Croft is now doing battle with cards in a free-to-download game, just as foretold in the ancient scrolls. Pics and more past the break.
The newer, far-more-badass Lara Croft turned a lot of heads in the recent Tomb Raider reboot, so it shouldn't come as any surprise that a new game is on the way! Hit the jump for more details on the upcoming next-gen Tomb Raider follow-up!
The version of Tomb Raider on Steam sports a variety of voices and subtitle options. German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Polish, and Arabic get both. Korean, Chinese, Dutch, Czech, and Portugese are there in subtitle form only. Japanese, however, is nowhere to be found, but that all changes on April 25. Read on for more.
Lara Croft was once the sultry, cheesy action starlet of video games, but now she's a terrifying vision of revenge and desperation, caked in blood and grime and armed with a climbing axe. Is it a good change? Is the rebooted Tomb Raider actually fun to play? What about all the controversial trailers? Hit the jump for our full review!
A new Tomb Raider film has been in the cards for a while now, but according to an interview over at Variety, it looks like the movie franchise will be rebooting in the same way Crystal Dynamics handled the latest game. More after the jump.