And find out what’s made them such a big fan, dubbing the game “spectacular,” no less. We still think “good, galactic fun (TM)” is the best way to describe the game.
See them in action in this promo trailer for the co-op Kain-Raziel character pack.
You know how we feel about the massive release eff-up of the side-series game, and so you know how we must feel about Lara getting this kind of treatment.
Kotaku details: Lara Croft’s face adorns the 56 iPads that make up the “world’s largest iPhone” at London’s St. Pancras International station. Once the installation was completed the devices were given away to celebrate the iPad release of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.
To whoever’s behind this literally massive publicity feat for the game, thanks for baking us humble pie to eat.
In order, Best of 2010 nominees of Gamespot, Game Informer and IGN. Because you know this game deserves better.
There is something to be told about that ‘Tubed PC hack of the Kain/Raziel, Kane/Lynch DLC pack we posted a day ago. “The videos aren’t representative of the actual character packs,” offers Keir Edmonds, community manager at Square Enix Europe. He also clarifies that the character models — Kain’s, at least — “isn’t the final one.”Raid through »
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 »
breathestretchshakeletitgo asked: Any hope that Tomb Raiders II-V will be remade? I didn't start playing the game until anniversary and I cannot play II-V because the control scheme is impossible!
As to whether we’re going to see remakes of the other classic Tomb Raider titles, we can’t answer for sure, but it’s been emphasized by Crystal Dynamics time and again that they are re-strategizing to maximize the Lara Croft and Tomb Raider IP — that is, by means of having alternate releases for the downloadable Lara Croft co-op games and the main series.
So instead of remakes as in-between games (i.e. Anniversary after Legend, before Underworld), expect to get used to the well-received control scheme of the new-era Lara Croft side-series. Do watch out for the imminent reveal of the new Tomb Raider game though — it might give as much nostalgia as Anniversary did for you, you never know!
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