Crystal Dynamics buys Lara Croft a one-way ticket to hell and back, in another slick revamp.
Edge recently had a chance to get a first glimpse of the next Tomb Raider in a basement cinema in London's West End. What was shown was much like Lara herself, slender but sturdy, comely but practical. Although based on a new engine, Tomb Raider Underworld seems to stick firmly to the series' mantra since its rebirth at the hands of Crystal Dynamics with 2006's Legend: do the basics, and do them well. So far, so reassuring.