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NSFW: Are Lara Croft Models Worth The Trouble?

There is a new Tomb Raider game. It's an origin game, a chance to reboot not only the series, but the way it's promoted.

According to previously posted reports, no more spokesmodels will be hired to promote the upcoming Tomb Raider, which stars a 21-year-old Croft.

This marks a break in how the 15-year-old series is promoted. While they are T&A marketing tactics, the real Laras are very much part of the franchise's history.

There have been high points, and there have been low points. Keep in mind, that the models are an expense and that what they do ultimately reflects on the real Lara and the series.

But are the models worth it? Or are the developers right to move on?

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Super-Brad2876d ago

The video is actually safe for work. No nude shown at all.

Back on topic, It would be weird now for them to stop using models, although they wasn't ever used much, it adds better advertising when a Tomb Raider game releases, we all love a bit of sexy cosplay.

Kos-Mos2876d ago

Super-brad or maybe super-dad have checked the video everyone. God help our children if they saw any nudity.

Shani2875d ago

video was fine... but some pics at the bottom of the article is NSFW.

Nineball21122876d ago

That Lucy Clarkson is easy on the eyes...

pwneddemocrat2876d ago

That was totally NSFW... if was a freaking grade school student.

anyways, i think even if they weren't worth the trouble, it's a common thing now that comes with the game.

Plus, it's an old game franchise, sexy models will promote to those who dont know it.

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