Tomb Raider Movie Review - the film stars Alicia Vikander and takes Lara Croft on an unexpected journey to the other side of the world and beyond. The new movie helps captures the more recently released video games from 2013 and 2015.
Lara Croft Go is a 2015 turn-based puzzle video game in the Tomb Raider series. The player uses a touchscreen to move Lara Croft as a puzzle piece through a board game while avoiding obstacles and manipulating the environment.
Rise of the Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary Edition is full, complete Lara Croft experience. It has everything, including old school outfits and skins to play with and use.
PlayStation 4 owners will be able to enjoy Lara Croft's adventure as part of the Rise of the Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary Celebration Edition coming Oct 11, 2016.
Now, to the part you have been waiting for: Yes there are tombs and yes you raid them. The puzzles go from straight-forward to stop and think puzzles to one that will rely on your reflexes.
Crystal Dynamics has re-release Tomb Raider as a "definitive edition" with a bucketload of tweaks and updates to utilize the power of the two new consoles (Xbox One & PlayStation 4) that have been gracing living rooms since November.
Tomb Raider has been one of 2013's best selling and highest-rated games with good reason. The multiplayer has been a bit polarizing in reviews but does offer some solid fun for those who choose to stick with it. Those players will be happy to hear that Crystal Dynamics has just released a new trailer for [...]
Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal have teamed up to add a new component to the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot, multiplayer. As explained in the latest dev diary below you can now join in on some death-match action using the world of Lara Croft. Adding multiplayer to traditionally single player games is a trend that has [...]
Remember that 2013 is the 'year of the bow and arrow' for gamers but don't forget that Tomb Raider's Lara Croft has a full arsenal of weapons at her disposal as expressed by the development team's latest developer diary below!