Here be the work Kenrick Leung, concept artist at Redwood HQ. This dude obviously knows a thing or two about making things look raid-worthy. We surely won’t mind getting lost in a waterfall region like that on the island.
Prior to doing dev duties at Crystal D, Leung was involved as concept artist on titles like Turning Point: Fall of Liberty, Legendary and Command and Conquer: Red Alert 3, continuing the job title streak with Team Lara.
Wherefore, be it resolved that all iterations of Lara Croft in form of toys, action figures, live action models, and in any IP-licensed forms of media be shit-drenched, smelly and battered as she appears in the newly rebooted Tomb Raider game.
Although, in all seriousness, this is an actual directive of Crystal Dynamics following the total rebrand of the franchise; we’re just trying to be funny. Game Informer details.
And none of these guys left Crystal Dynamics. And Tomb Raider BIZ doesn’t refer to the studio as “Redwood HQ” but “Number 64.” And Square Enix didn’t buy out Eidos. And the first reboot was an undisputed multi-million seller there wasn’t a need for another one. And there is no Uncharted. And Rihanna is the voice actress of Lara Croft.
But alas, we’re stuck in our universe. Crossing over would tear the very fabric of reality. We’re over here, and we’ve actual, concrete history to speak of, and in today’s case, specifically that of the previous occupants of #64 Willow Place. Game Informer details.
Though Lara may well be queen at Redwood HQ these days, let’s not forget a certain legacy Crystal Dynamics made during the pre-HD era. Because holy hell — the guys that made CD famous? — they’re back.Raid through »
Over the year, we’ve posted industry profiles of the newest chaps to join Crystal Dynamics, the Redwood-based Tomb Raider dev team. Today we put those profiles on a round-up and offer you the five new faces that can potentially change Tomb Raider forever.Raid through »
Granted you’ve the transcripts and CVs and resumes to prove you’re all this and more. That’s right, Crystal Dynamics is currently looking for someone to fill out a key slot in its Studio Brand team, the Brand Manager.Raid through »