The latest Lara Croft adventure has only been out for a month and has already had its ending patched and its DLC delayed. And the most prominent fan complaint? It’s been about Croft’s wardrobe, though not in the way you might have expected.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s first downloadable add-on, a $5 adventure that focuses on a new tomb that can be played solo or co-op, will be out on November 13. That’s an unexplained delay, given that the game’s season pass had promised seven monthly add-on tombs starting in October.
Today on Highlight Reel we have Shadow of the Tomb Raider clips, Ring of Elysium strategies, Assassin’s Creed climbing strategies and much more!
Fans who have dug into the depths of the new Tomb Raider have made a discovery that would make Lara Croft proud.
With Shadow of the Tomb Raider out this week, a couple of cosplayers took to nature to pay tribute with their own takes on 2018's version of Lara Croft.
Modern action-adventure games are pretty easy for me. They’re too easy, you might say, if you’d like there to be some mystery about where your cliff-climbing character should jump or which levers they should pull while trying to operate ancient machinery. Hints tend to come fast, as your hero will start muttering…
Rise of the Tomb Raider, released in 2015, was an excellent game, so it’s no surprise that the new Shadow of the Tomb Raider being demoed at E3 looks and plays a lot like it. There were, however, three small changes that delighted me during the press demo I watched.
Video game budgets are higher than they’ve ever been, and the new Tomb Raider is yet another example of that inflation, helping illustrate why big publishers are so desperate to get players to spend more than $60 on their games.
Loads of people faithfully cosplay as the new Lara Croft because she is a strong character with an outfit that is relatively easy to replicate. When it comes to the original Lara, beebinch knows how to do likewise in the most PS1-authentic way possible.
At a Square Enix event in London yesterday evening, I played through an hour of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the final game in a trilogy, which comes out September 14 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Though the action felt very familiar, the tone was a little different.
This fan-made Tomb Raider piece is of course not an official LEGO product. There’s a bit too much going on for that.
The new Tomb Raider movie is out today, and it certainly was a movie about raiding a tomb. Heather Alexandra and I sat down to chat about the good, the bad, but mostly the very bland.
A new teaser countdown from Square Enix promises big Tomb Raider news tomorrow, but a quick HTML check will give it to you right now: Shadow of the Tomb Raider is coming out this September.
Barbie has had many jobs over the years. Raiding tombs and shanking dudes with axes are now being added to the list.
There’s a new Tomb Raider game! It’s not an action adventure for consoles and the PC, though: it’s a four-player lightgun game that you play at the arcade.
The first Ready Player One preview had loads of cameos and pop culture references, so it’s no surprise that the latest one does, too.
Goodbye Angelina Jolie, hello Alicia Vikander.
The new Tomb Raider games are great, but sometimes you just want to go back and play the classics. And sometimes you want to go back and play the classics but with very modern visuals.