But before we give you the 411 on our new guy Aleksandar Dimitrijevic, hit play so you get an idea what we’re all in for. (Clue: epic.)Raid through »
Story inspired by very true events. And as for the profit forecasts, SE will just have to adjust it. Square Enix games don’t adjust to investor’s economic expectations, they adjust to Lara. The game needs more time in the oven, then so be it. (Four years after announcement and still in development is overkill though. We’re looking at you, FF series.)
Because we’ve… REBOOTED!
To the few readers who’ve checked our website from day to day, thanks for your patience, for sticking by. Tomb Raider BIZ is back in full speed, and we’ve loads to tell. In the meantime, feel free to comment below (or drop us a message via our Sexy Dropbox) about the site’s rebooted look.
Katie Fleming, writer of award-winning Tomb Raider fan fiction and Lara Croft fan extraordinaire, has put up the first vlog in a series on all things Lara Croft and Tomb Raider, which we no doubt will be following, as you should, too.
And so in true fanboy fashion, us here at Tomb Raider BIZ would like to ask Katie — Of the recent Tomb Raider games, which do you think had the most catchy and effective marketing campaign and why?
Tomb Raider BIZ can confirm that the tease spread in last issue’s Game Informer — yep, the one that’s stirred Tomb Raider fandom into a dizzying frenzy — is in fact created and owned by Square Enix, Lara’s new adoptive ‘rents after Eidos PLC. Raid through for the deets.Raid through »
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?
We know we are. Wontcha?