Lara Croft’s latest adventure is surprisingly religious. It’s not just about the good aspects of a communal belief in a higher power. Rise of the Tomb Raider’s main bad guy is a true believer, too.
Almost everyone who played it said there weren’t enough tombs in the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider. Its sequel is out this week and Rise of the Tomb Raider definitely doesn’t have this problem. Take a look at two of the hidden environments in Lara Croft’s new adventure below.
Five bucks spent and an hour in, I’m having a very good time with Lara Croft GO, the new mobile Tomb Raider spin-off that came out a few hours ago. It’s turn-based. It’s full of tomb raiding. How about I show you? You’ll see some early levels—and a comparison to the very cool precursor Hitman GO—in my 13-minute…
In the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider, Lara Croft was a plucky young adventurer who wasn’t all that comfortable bashing peoples’ heads in. Not anymore!
A turn-based Tomb Raider for mobile devices. Following up on the success of Hitman Go, Square Enix announces Lara Croft Go, a step-by-step adventure coming soon to rectangular things with touch screens.
It used to be that only female video game characters could rock booty shorts. But it's 2014, and people are taking more pride in the male butts of gaming than ever before. Even the longstanding shooter Team Fortress 2 is getting in on the action with some brand-spanking new wardrobe options inspired by Lara Croft.
You might think it's cool that you can dress Lara Croft and her next game's three co-stars as if they were actually starring in a Hitman game. You might think it's cool that you can dress them up as if they were in a Deus Ex game. Well, bad news.
It's a pretty big map to play CS:GO on, but definitely a fun one. The level takes the maze, the pool, the training area, and all the colorful locations from Lara Croft's various manors from the Tomb Raider games, and mixes together in the form of a Counter-Strike map.
The isometric Guantlet-style Tomb Raider game Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris is coming out in December, a Crystal Dynamics developer said in a recent interview with IGN. Square Enix first announced it was working on a sequel to the cult hit Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light at E3 last month, saying the game…
Cosplayer Carla Croft wanted to cosplay as Lara Croft, but instead of the most recent version, she went for the original, pointy version. Gotta love those textured abs.
You'd think that gender-bending Lara Croft cosplay would result in Indiana Jones cosplay, but nope. This is what you get instead.
If you liked last year's Tomb Raider reboot, you're probably hungry for news on a sequel. Dark Horse Comics' upcoming comic adaptation isn't something you can slide into a console or PC disc slot but it does show what happens next to the young explorer. Warning: the preview below contains spoilers for last year's Tomb…
Lara Croft's latest visual evolution in Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, while noteworthy, is actually one of many facelifts and tweaks the iconic character has seen since 1996.
Would that first Tomb Raider game still have been as fun if you couldn't have seen Lara Croft's famous figure? After watching this retro-styled fan film, all signs point to yes.
Look, Gaming Heads, I know you're all excited about introducing the new Tomb Raider line to the public, but who is going to buy a $340 statue that's all covered in dirt, bruises and blood? Show a little self respect, dammit.
Here's a clip where Conan talks about why and how he actually got into reviewing games for his Clueless Gamer feature—and he also reveals how he developed a crush on Lara Croft.
Sadly, Square Enix hasn't put out any single-player story-centric DLC for this year's reboot of Tomb Raider. So fans who enjoyed playing through Lara Croft's re-imagined origin story have been out of luck as far as seeing her continued evolution. But a new Dark Horse comics series due out
later this year on 02/26/14…
Hollywood's never been afraid of drafting off of a video game success story and this year's reboot of the Tomb Raider video game franchise certainly qualifies as that. News already broke that Lara Croft's return to the silver screen would follow the darker tone of Tomb Raider 2013 and now we know who's going to be…
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