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Rage From Jage: Achieve(ments) The Impossible!

I remember the “good ol’ days”…you know, before the Xbox 360 was released and before that cursed, yet satisfactory “blip” would ring in your ears and you would then be rewarded with a number of points.  That’s right, before Achievements came along and took quite a few of us (yes, me included) by storm, and showed us a new meaning to “100% completion” of a game.

New Tomb Raider Movie Gains Notable Film Partner

More progress has been made on the forthcoming theatrical reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise.  Under the creative eye of GK Films, the latest attempt to bring Ms. Lara Croft to life now has a major distributor/backer to help bring the tomb raiding exploits to the big screen.

Small Update Given For New Tomb Raider Movie

Perhaps poised to go nowhere due to the politics of making a film and whether or not the game is truly a success, a minor update has been given concerning the new Tomb Raider movie.

After two live-action entries featuring Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft were released during the original heyday of the Tomb Raider franchise, production company GK Films announced their plans to do a new Tomb Raider movie to coincide with Square Enix’s video game reboot.

Tomb Raider Trailer Shows More Action and Lara In Distress

Once again the Spike VGAs gave gamers and the ultra mainstream audience a “taste” of the games industry, or a very small piece of it, in addition to an array of new glimpses of existing games.  Most of us may still be trying to wrap our heads around what Hideo Kojima did with The Phantom Pain, but there were some more direct and less trollish trailers such as the extended look at the new Tomb Raider reboot.

The Voice Of The New Lara Croft Is Officially Announced

This may be old news to some, but now Square Enix has made it “official” by announcing which actress has the honor to provide both the voice and mocap for Lara Croft in the new Tomb Raider game. The voice acting for Lara Croft in the latest reboot of Tomb Raider has been the source of contention amongst some as it has been a bit heavy on the moaning, which may either be your thing or simply an annoyance that could ruin an otherwise great game and character.

Tomb Raider Preview [E3 2012]

Video games may not have been around for as nearly as films have been or even classic literature, but there are a few characters as iconic as protagonists like Hamlet or film icons like Han Solo.  Characters like Link and Mario are timeless video game characters who have manage to stay relevant as the years have gone by.  One character who in a lot of ways broke a few of the longtime molds of the video game industry was none other than Lara Croft, the star of the Tomb Raider franchise.  For nearly twenty years Ms.

Former God of War Director Joins Crystal Dynamics

A longtime industry veteran has now found a permanent home in a somewhat unlikely place.  God of War 2 Director Cory Barlog has now joined Crystal Dynamics (Tomb Raider) in a yet to be revealed capacity.  The man behind the second God of War game left Sony Santa Monica shortly after the game released to pursue greener pastures, one of which was working on a Mad Max video game.

A Small But Important Update On The New Tomb Raider

Details may have been scarce since the game was unveiled and shown behind closed doors at E3 last year, but things are progressing well with the new Tomb Raider reboot. In fact things at Crystal Dynamics have been going so smoothly that it has been revealed that Tomb Raider has now reached the all-important Alpha stage which could mean we’ll see Lara Croft return sooner rather than later.

Crystal Dynamics Teases New IP for 2012

Well the New Year is already off with a running start. Along with plenty of scandal amongst the gamer’s universe in the form of SOPA and BioWare bans, 90s platforming/action favourite dev. Crystal Dynamics has teased a bit of information concerning a new IP in 2012, via Community and Communications Manager Megan Marie’s Member Blog on Square Enix.

See The Creation Of The Stunning Tomb Raider Premier Trailer

The initial impression made by the new Tomb Raider game at E3 this year was a bit mixed. Seeing a younger and less experienced Lara Croft navigate a dangerous cavern did look good and was thankfully not a minor improvement over past iterations but some elements like the constant QTE sequences, Lara’s constant moaning and the all too convenient barrel puzzle did stick out for all the wrong reasons for some people.

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