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Tomb Raider vs. Uncharted 3

Before Uncharted, there was Tomb Raider, and before Tomb Raider, there was Indiana Jones, an archeologist with dashing good looks and a talent for tu Read More

Stephanie Carmichael September 27, 2011 | Comments

Lara Croft Reborn

Game Informer has just revealed their January cover and it is, as has been predicted, Tomb Raider. But not just any Tomb Raider: Game Informer is rep Read More

William Haley September 27, 2011 | Comments
No Nude Raider from Tomb Raider Creator

No Nude Raider from Tomb Raider Creator

I know what you're thinking... okay, so I probably have no idea what you're thinking, and I'm also probably better off for it. Just work with me here. As I was saying, I know what you're thinking: "I'll bet if I shell out $110 for that limited-edition Tomb Raider art book set, it will have some sort of production art featuring Lara Croft in the nude! After all, they're only making 2,000 copies, and for that kind of money, she had better show some skin! And besides, who could create a girl like Lara and not draw that?" You cheeky devil, you. Okay, that is perhaps more of a 1997 mentality, I will grant you that much (though I never understood why-- I never found her PlayStation character model to be terribly attractive). In any case, the truth of the matter is that Lara's creator, Toby Gard, has not drawn Ms. Croft with... er, "all her treasures on display" (yes, it did feel quite weird to type that), but not for a lack of trying. Read More

kombo February 11, 2010 | Comments
Tomb Raider Underworld Fails to Yield Newfound Fortunes for Eidos

Tomb Raider Underworld Fails to Yield Newfound Fortunes for Eidos

Storytime, kids. Once upon a time, there was a group of developers named Core Design who released a game in 1996 called Tomb Raider. And it was good. Okay, no, it really wasn't, but a lot of horny prepubescent boys liked following the horribly mangled mess of polygons that was Lara's ass for days on end, and so they said it was. And so it sold well. Read More

kombo January 9, 2009 | Comments