About the game
Tomb Raider is a mega popular action adventure series by Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix. The game follows the story of Lara Croft, a female who searches for ancient artifacts. It is available on all major platforms.
Tomb Raider Articles
Shadow of the Tomb Raider release date leaked ahead of official announcement
The Tomb Raider series' next game will be revealed soon, in order to garner more attention to the franchise before the movie's next showing in cinemas. Yet another ''leak'' has already revealed release date.
Tomb Raider 1-3 being remastered for PC, will be free for some
In what increasingly looks like crisis of creativity, it's been announced that remasters of three Tomb Raider classics are coming to PC and they'll be free on Steam if you own the original game. So, Tomb Raider 1 is getting a third remake.
Vanquish is now backwards compatible with Xbox One
Vanquish, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Brave are now compatible with Xbox One. Vanquish is a shooter from 2010, directed by Shinji Mikami. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is a spin-off, and Brave is based on a Disney movie.
Crystal Dynamics celebrates its 25th anniversary - an 'Avengers project' in development
Tomb Raider developer, Crystal Dynamics is celebrating its 25th anniversary. The studio is starting their 25th year in a newly redesigned facility. Their latest project will be realised in collaboration with Marvel.
Movies based on video games
Games, being the beautiful interactive medium they are, generally don't translate well onto the big screen. This week, I take a look at some of the movies who tried to pack several hours of button-mashing fun into an hour and a half of just staring into a projection screen.
Games that failed to age well
Time is cruel. Even to your childhood memories. This fact is never as obvious as when you pick up your favourite game from some 20 years ago only to find that your childhood imagination was the best graphics card you will ever have.
Best fourth wall breaks in video games
People who work on video games from start to finish are incredibly creative groups of professionals. Sometimes, those groups decide to mess with the players' heads by making the characters or the games themselves aware of the fact that they are a work of fiction, by breaking the fourth wall.