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Submitted by alojuanjo 1644d ago | news

Confirmed: “A Survivor is Born” is Square Enix-owned trademark — but is it Lara’s?

Tomb Raider BIZ can confirm that the tease spread in last issue’s Game Informer — yep, the one that’s stirred Tomb Raider fandom into a dizzying frenzy — is in fact created and owned by Square Enix, Lara’s new adoptive ‘rents after Eidos PLC. Raid through for the deets.

The image, as it’s been analyzed to death, shows a wrecked ship with the tagline “A Survivor is Born,” which is closely reminiscent of the concepts/vision for the next Tomb Raider game leaked online last year. This has led to speculations that the GI tease is indeed for the next pillar ‘Raider game after Underworld.

Still, scouring definitive proof that the spread is after all connected to Lara or Square Enix proved to be quite the task — a task we as usual were no doubt up for. (Crystal Dynamics, PC, PS3, Square Enix, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

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