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Play Scores Tomb Raider Underworld Exclusive: New Lara Croft Model

Tomb Raider Chronicles - December 13th 2007:

Play magazine has scored an exclusive unveiling of Tomb Raider Underworld, Lara Croft's third adventure under the aegis of U.S. developer Crystal Dynamics. The issue will hit news-stands end of December and will feature a world-exclusive including screenshots and the unearthing of a brand new Lara Croft model.

Update:

The article includes details of new graphical effects in the game.

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gamesblow3510d ago

I was hoping she was still dead... what happened to that story arc? That was good, it worked for me... Leave $HIT buried where it belongs. This franchise has never been good.

EZCheez3510d ago

Did you ever play any of the series?

You're missing out on some serious puzzles if you skimp out on a lot of the games 1-3. That's one of the FEW, VERY FEW things Tomb Raider had over Uncharted. Challenging puzzles.

Tomb Raider was great for it's time. It might seem pretty archaic now, but it really was a great series. I'll even go as far to say that Legend wasn't that bad either.

jackdoe3510d ago

It should probably take a few hints from Uncharted.

Ureval3510d ago

Im looking forward to this. Crystal Dynamics has laid out some good base work to reimagine this series. The last two games were past-gen games and pretty fun, so it will be interesting to see what they will do with current gen systems.

macalatus3510d ago

No intended offense to Lara Croft fans, but for every brand-new Tomb Raider adventure (as evidenced by the numerous sequels) it just that something is going to be missing. Once again nothing against the series since I was, and still am, a big fan of the original Tomb Raider (kept me glued to my PS1 ten years ago), it's just that developers sometimes tend to make ideas that seem out of place. Hopefully they leave out the "X-file"-esque travesty of TR 3 and keep the settings in ancient ruins as strictly as possible.

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