Square Enix has finally revealed more details for their much anticipated Marvel’s Avengers title they’ve been working on in collaboration with Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. It may have been a long wait, but it certainly did not disappoint. The official press sheet sets up the timeline of Marvel’s Avengers:
Shadow of The Tomb Raider is the third entry into the new Tomb Raider Trilogy and perfectly molds Lara into the icon that we all know today. Eidos-Montreal and Crystal Dynamic improved upon their previous entries and further tuned gameplay elements making Shadow of The Tomb Raider (SOTTR) the best
Square Enix and Marvel Entertainment are teaming up to bring several games over several years to fans. Crystal Dynamics (Tomb Raider) and Eidos Montreal (DEUS EX) will be bringing the games to fruition rather than any of Square Enix’s Japanese studios. The first game is tentatively titled The Avengers Project.
Fresh from Gamescom is a new gameplay demo for the upcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider. The dmo showcases a stark change in environment from the E3 demo showing off the dry Syrian desert. Check out the gameplay demo below. Rise of the Tomb raider comes out for Xbox One
Lara continues her adventures just like the good ole days, with more tomb raiding action. I got to play a preview build of Lara Croft and The Temple of Osiris last week at Square Enix media event. From the looks of it fans of the Lara Croft and The Guardians
Yesterday Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics confirmed that they are working on a sequel to this year’s Tomb Raider reboot. Here’s four things we’d like to see in the follow-up!
Lara Croft is easily one of the top 10 names that will generate within any list of true legends and icons of gaming. She’s been through enough transformations through numerous titles and adventures to span across at least two generations of gamers, naturally including some games that weren’t nearly as