Rise of the Tomb Raider has gotten its first PC patch. The patch fixes some bugs, adds a bunch of small graphics tweaks and optimizations, and remedies Endurance Mode stuttering, among other things. Full patch notes here.
I don’t want to make too big a deal about this but did you see the way her shoulder knocked those bricks loose???
Why don’t more games have a Big Head Mode? This needs to become a thing again.
Rise of the Tomb Raider was released as an Xbox exclusive last November, a decision that took some serious flak from gamers ever since it was announced. Microsoft was out looking for a new flagship game for its console, a game that could be as significant as PlayStation’s Uncharted. So far it’s proven to be a winning…
When we last saw Lara Croft, she was growing out of being a victim. A victim of fate, of other people’s aggression, of her own uninspired previous playable incarnations. She’s still growing, but she’s different now.
Sometimes you just want to play a really pretty PC game, and in walks the PC port of Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to Steam and Windows 10 on January 28, Square Enix announced today. Well, that was quick!
Lara Croft really didn’t have to worry about eating or staying warm in the main portion of Rise of the Tomb Raider. Oh, she got cold sometimes but you knew it wasn’t going to kill her. But, in the new Endurance add-on for her latest game, Lara Croft can freeze to death or die if she hasn’t eaten for a while. Like she…
Lara Croft’s latest adventure is primarily being marketed as a big, shiny treasure for the Xbox One. But Rise of the Tomb Raider is also out for the Xbox 360, too. It looks different, of course.
Lara Croft’s next challenge will be coming from the realm of creepy old fairytales. The Baba Yaga: Season of the Witch DLC for Rise of the Tomb Raider comes out next month.
Tombs, snowy mountains, sunken ships, bad dudes with guns, Lara looking ready to kick some ass...yup, this is Tomb Raider (which Evan thought was pretty good).
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.
Many video games give players the chance to invert the Y-axis, but too many of them force the Y-inverters among us to start the game, then pause it, then invert. Not the new Tomb Raider.
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.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is out today, bringing with it a new mode that lets players create missions with tweaks to difficulty, weapons and enemies. Check out that guy’s big head! Let’s take a look at some Expedition missions.
I loved the last Tomb Raider game, so I’ve been jazzed to see more from Rise of the Tomb Raider. Unfortunately, it feels like everything packed into the trailers and stage presentations involves Lara blowing dudes up or nearly falling off a cliff. The latest footage, however, is great!
Windows players will be able to play Rise of the Tomb Raider a few months after it launches on Xbox. PS4 gamers will have to wait a year.
“We will clearly spend money on marketing the game, there’s no doubt about that. And we do [that] on games where we have very little to do with development, and with games that we fully develop. And we will definitely be spending money on developing the game - I want to make sure that it’s as great as it can be.” —…
Yesterday, Microsoft dropped the first bomb of Gamescom 2014: that Rise of the Tomb Raider will be an Xbox exclusive. Except, wait. It's not.