Her Teflon coating. In the words of Meagan Marie, cover story writer for Game Informer’s unveiling of Tomb Raider.
Yep, your faces. Not your eyes. Or hands. Or mouths. Faces. So says Brent Dady, newly-hired Senior Global Brand Manager of Team Lara, on…something he’s hyping after having worked at Redwood HQ for a week. Need we scratch our heads?
Karl Stewart, Team Lara brand manager, on the announcement of Tomb Raider 9 in a July 2010 interview with Eurogamer. Bets are in what “time period” Karl speaks of; duly, we’ve also placed ours. Yours?
Amy Hennig, creative director of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and former Crystal Dynamics employee, on Uncharted and Tomb Raider comparisons in a 2009 interview with G4TV. [Image courtesy of seashell093]
The true power of Lara Croft. Excerpt from Geek Revival: Lara Croft.
Unwittingly releasing the Keeper of Darkness and teaming up with the Guardian of Light may be good, galactic fun, but surely it isn’t a story you can tell your children without boring them to sleep. Thankfully, as SE Europe community manager Keir Edmonds puts it, Tomb Raider will always have the epic storyline.
Surely Team Lara’s settled on this kind of epic. Yes? Yes?
That’s why it’ll have to be done correctly, and at the right time. So says Karl Stewart, brand manager at Crystal Dynamics. Fingers crossed we will be happy what we’ll have to hear then. [Image courtesy of Nicobass]