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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:15am 07/12/10 | 12 Comments
Well, it's *kind* of a rebot. Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix have revealed they're taking Lara Croft back to her roots; to a time when she wasn't the acrobatic gun-slinger we all know and love, but rather a scared and inexperienced young woman, thrust into a life or death situation after surviving a ship wreck and being washed ashore on an unknown beach.

“Forget everything you know about Tomb Raider, we are exploring things that have never been done before in this game,” said Darrell Gallagher, Head of Studio, Crystal Dynamics via press release. “This is an origins story that creates Lara Croft and takes her on a character defining journey like no other.”

Unfortunately the only images available are exclusive to Game Informer, but you can have a look at their teaser cover on the official site. No other details have been revealed.












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Sc00bs
Posted 10:41am 07/12/10
looks kinda like jessica biel
thermite
Posted 11:12am 07/12/10
f*** that site

Two languages choices: English and American

How old are? I said 123 now I'm blocked from the site for not being old enough.
AmooMan
Posted 12:36pm 07/12/10
Sounds really good... Ill be playing this one for sure :)
scuzzy
Posted 12:46pm 07/12/10
How old are? I said 123 now I'm blocked from the site for not being old enough.
find the cookie for that domain and delete it if you realy care, that site is worthless at any rate.
greazy
Posted 12:54pm 07/12/10
hahaha accidentally pressed f5 and now i'm blocked from the s***** s***.
deadlyf
Posted 01:01pm 07/12/10
I put in 3000 for my age, worked fine, wish it hadn't.
Dan
Posted 01:17pm 07/12/10
Here's Square-Enix's official press release http://www.ausgamers.com/pressreleases/read/2991579 nothing extra here though.

That "Forget everything you know about Tomb Raider, we are exploring things that have never been done before in this game" part seems a bit gay though. Pretty sure one of the older Core Design Tomb Raider games already featured teenage Lara (The Last Revelation I think it was).

Still, Crystal have done decent job with the rebooting so far, so if they want to give her a completely new backstory I say go for it. Hopefully though, they're learning bits and pieces from their competitors like Uncharted and this won't just be more of the same.
MatchFixah
Posted 02:11pm 07/12/10
I'm getting a bit tired of hearing about all these reboot titles.

Is the gaming industry all out of fresh ideas?
ravn0s
Posted 07:30pm 07/12/10
gameinformer always has awesome covers.
Gaz
Posted 09:53am 10/12/10
They better make this game really good because Uncharted 3 is nearly to be released - and it's referencing the Seven Pillars of Wisdom - about Lawrence of Arabia.

As for next Tomb Raider, hope they can sort and make control lay-out more intuitive. Surely this feature is the game's greatest weakness.
Crakaveli
Posted 10:06am 10/12/10
The last game (underworld?) had s***** animations which turned me off the most. Controls seemed fine to me.
Infidel
Posted 10:14am 10/12/10
I think they should remake duke nukem 3d, man that would be such a sweet game
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