At last we’ve been given some details about the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot starring Alicia Vikander including the official plot synopsis which you can check out below, as well as some photos showcasing Vikander in her role as Lara Croft.
The Tomb Raider franchise is headed back to the silver screen, and the first photos of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft have surfaced online.
Producer of the new Tomb Raider movie, Graham King, has revealed what the story-line of the new movie will be slightly different from that of the reboot games, but will be in the same context. With the bold-survivalist tone of the new reboot games, we have a feel for what the movie will be like.
Normally development companies are very secretive and try to keep all information about their upcoming projects under wraps, but it seems mistakes tend to happen in the city of Montreal. This holds true for the possible name for the next Tomb Raider game.
Last year’s Microsoft exclusive Rise of the Tomb Raider will be coming to PlayStation 4 this October 11 and will include new content and PSVR support.
According to recent reports, Lara Croft will return to the silver screen in a Tomb Raider reboot film launching March 16, 2018.
I like to think I have a good intuition. On August 12, 2014, I predicted that Rise of the Tomb Raider would tank commercially. I’m here to tell you that it seems I was right, not to boast and brag, but to point out that console exclusivity can absolutely crush a game. What does Crystal Dynamics do from here?
Even though the reboot of the classic Tomb Raider franchise was a success, the same may not be said for the game’s sequel, Rise of the Tomb Raider.
9.5. That’s the highest review score I’ve ever awarded to a game, and it signifies one that is truly magnificent in nearly every way. Rise of the Tomb Raider improves greatly on the 2013 reboot and brings an experience that I will contest is worthy of our Game of the Year award when the time comes. It may be the most polished, beautiful and well-rounded game I have ever played. Rise of the Tomb Ra...[Read More]
Review embargo for Rise of the Tomb Raider has broken now, which means we can now start seeing the review scores big media outlets are giving the game, given how they have been playing the game for a few days now, and it looks like they are all enjoying the game.
Rise of the Tomb Raider developing studio Square Enix has announced a collector’s edition of the game that will be exclusive to the Square Enix and Tomb Raider e-stores.
Lara Croft GO, a new spin-off of the classic series, will be heading to smartphones on August 27th.