J Station X: Bringing Lara Croft games to the Nintendo Switch would be a 'great idea,' teases Crystal Dynamics senior brand director Rich Briggs in a Gamescom interview.
Briggs added that bringing the iconic female character to the console would be a “good idea,” also nodding in agreement. Though, Briggs told viewers that they shouldn’t look into the “conspiratorial look” that he gave the camera and insisted that he isn’t saying “anything,” before reaffirming that Lara Croft on Nintendo Switch would be a “great idea.” -- lol XD I would love to play some of those smaller Croft titles on the Switch. Make it happen CD.
When's the last time Tomb Raider released on a Nintendo platform
2008 - Tomb Raider Underworld on Wii / DS
So ever since Square Enix got a hold of the franchise it's always avoided Nintendo platforms
yeah but Square Enix is starting to warm back up to Nintendo..
The Eidos/Square Enix Europe side certainly hasn't been doing that in recent years, just the Japanese side of Square Enix has
Tomb Raider Definitive would make a nice addition to Switch library.
Agreed. It can work
You think tomb raider can run on the switch? Lol.
Are you saying it can't? It would need slight changes but nothing major to get it running smoothly.
Tomb Raider 2013 ran perfectly in my potato laptop, so I doubt the Switch can't run it. If we are talking about Rise of the Tomb Raider, then that might be difficult to make it playable.
@Kun_ADR, Rise of the Tomb Raider also launched on 360. I'm sure they could make a port that's a middle ground between the current gen version and last gen version.
we are talking about the first Tomb Raider. Not Rise or Shadow
@Neonridr, Yes, but to be honest either the first game or Rise of the Tomb Raider would run fine on Switch, since both had releases on last gen. Shadow would be a different manner.
Why not? Switch already runs a lot of last gen games pretty fine.
why were the other systems tagged? PC/ PS3/ PS4/ Xbox 360 that had NS and XB1 in the story.
Cel shaded tomb raider it is....
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