Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider Limited Edition wireless controller announced

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Tomb Raider fans looking to go whole hog for the upcoming reboot will soon be able to grab a limited edition controller for 360. The wireless controller, revealed at CES 2013, was developed in collaboration with artists from Crystal Dynamics and is based around Lara’s climbing axe and tourniquets. As with the limited edition all-silver controller, the Tomb Raider version will also feature an adjustable directional pad that alternates between the plus design and more traditional disc pattern. Each unit will also come with a download token for the exclusive playable character Scavenger Archer.


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Lara Croft knee-deep in action in new Tomb Raider screens

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Square Enix has released a new batch of screens from Crystal Dynamics’ upcoming Tomb Raider reboot. The latest shots show gunfights, makeshift zip-lining, and … adventure!


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Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition announced for 360, PS3

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Square Enix has announced a Collector’s Edition for the 360 and PS3 versions of Crystal Dynamic’s upcoming Tomb Raider. Set to hit store shelves at the same time as the standard release, on March 5, the $99.99 set will include a Lara Croft figurine, double-sided map and poster, a lithographic print, and more. The entire package will come in a replica survival tin modeled after those found on board the in-game expedition ship Endurance.


PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Tomb Raider pre-order bonuses announced, first round of three

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Square Enix has announced the first stage in a multi-stage pre-order rollout program for Tomb Raider. Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop are participating, with each offering different incentives, from new environmental puzzles to an exclusive art book. The extras, detailed below, will be followed by two more bonus reveals in the coming months.


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Square Enix launches high-def browser games service, CoreOnline

Looking to take browser-based gaming to the next level, Square Enix has revealed their new CoreOnline technology service. According to SE, the studio-developed tech “allows users to easily play popular, console quality games on the web.” The company went on to state that the service allows players to instantly start a game at any point, and is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.


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New Tomb Raider screens released for Gamescom

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And the Gamescom goods continue. Square Enix has released a new batch of screenshots from Crystal Dynamic’s upcoming Tomb Raider reboot, the aptly titled Tomb Raider. The new screens show Lara keeping fletchers in business and discovering all sorts of things in the wilds, from religious statues to failed predecessors and lovely fauna (i.e., dinner).


PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News adds two, announces more, and attempts to woo indies

GOG (PC) CDP Conference 2012 Announcements - Screenshot 2 Colonization made a slew of announcements today at the CDP summer conference. In addition to new additions to their digital library today, including the original Colonization, and three indie day-one releases, the company also slashed the price of The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition by 40%, making it an oh-so-affordable $29.99 for the next week.


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