L usting after videogame characters is possibly the most undignified pastime known to humankind, but that hasn't stopped millions making an exception for Lara Croft. The delectable kick-ass heroine is poised to return to our consoles in her latest starring vehicle, Tomb Raider: Underworld , set to arrive in the UK on November 21 November 18 in the US. When it launches, it will undoubtedly be the most important release in publisher Eidos's entire existence. The company a subsidiary of SCi is in such dire straits , early this year it binned no fewer than 14 games it had in development. So does Lara still have her magic touch in the 21st century, and can she single-handedly extricate Eidos from the mire? Time to find out with some hands-on experience of a pre-release build of the game.
Tomb Raider: Underworld retrospective
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Mario, for instance. He's a hyperactive, middle-aged toddler, hooking his leg around the ridge of a platform with the eager enthusiasm of a one-year-old clambering up the sofa all by himself for the first time. Nathan Drake meanwhile, with his amateurish swagger, heaves himself around with the kind of casual athleticism that derives from bravado as much as ability. Pulling herself upward simply by the strength in her arms, Lara doesn't stop like Drake and Mario would when her waist is above ledge height. Instead, she keeps going, her limbs straightening and raising until she's perfectly, exquisitely balanced - her whole body extended perpendicular to the ground, upside down.
Her name's Lara, and she's got a much cuter butt. This is how video game enthusiasts greeted Tomb Raider : By noticing its central character had tits. This week, Lara Croft and Tomb Raider , celebrate their 20th anniversary, and things couldn't be more different. Out this month, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration offers a new and improved version of last year's Rise of the Tomb Raider , the second game in a newly rebooted and critically acclaimed Tomb Raider franchise that began in It's one of the most storied series in video game history, one that's unique in that it's also a means by which you can examine the ways games culture has shifted and grown over the past twenty years, from the jocular boys' club of those early previews to the more inclusive and progressive space it's been morphing into ever since games have become more mainstream pursuits.
Lara's Sex Appeal. Hi everyone, I'm not sure if there's been much talk about this but I've decided to throw this out in the open in hopes maybe I can get to the bottom of this. I realize this forum in particular is very fond of the direction CD has taken Lara, and for the most part I have too. But with one of the latest screen shots and some of the new articles, my mind is changing drastically.