Square Enix announces new Tomb Raider game in development
[ 07 Dec 2017 ]
New Tomb Raider game in development, will be officially revealed during an event in 2018.
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Rise of the Tomb Raider 'Blood Ties' arrives on SteamVR
[ 06 Dec 2017 ]
Rise of the Tomb Raider 'Blood Ties' for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift arrives on SteamVR.
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Tomb Raider franchise deals from Steam and console stores
[ 23 Nov 2017 ]
Steam is offering massive discounts of up to 86% off Tomb Raider franchise titles this week.
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1.   Tomb Raider Chronicles - DOMINIC WEST JOINS TOMB RAIDER MOTION PICTURE CAST

Dominic West (300, The Wire, Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace) will play Lord Richard Croft, Lara Croft's father, in MGM and Warner Bros. Tomb Raider motion picture, reports Hollywood Reporter. The role was previously played by Jon Voight in Lara Croft Tomb Raider. Into the Badlands star Daniel Wu and Walton Goggins are also attached.

Date Published: Jan 27, 2017   Document Size: 5KB

2.   Tomb Raider Chronicles - DANIEL WU JOINS TOMB RAIDER MOTION PICTURE CAST

Into the Badlands star Daniel Wu will join the Tomb Raider motion picture cast, according to an exclusive report by Variety. The actor previously starred in Warcraft, based on the best-selling video game from Blizzard, and Into the Badlands, an American TV show produced by AMC Networks.

Date Published: Jan 13, 2017   Document Size: 5KB

3.   Tomb Raider Chronicles - RHIANNA PRATCHETT DEPARTS FROM TOMB RAIDER SERIES

Rise of the Tomb Raider writer Rhianna Pratchett is leaving Crystal Dynamics to pursue new adventures, the studio have announced. Rhianna Pratchett joined the Tomb Raider franchise in 2013 with Tomb Raider and continued to develop Lara Croft's narrative in Rise of the Tomb Raider.

Date Published: Jan 13, 2017   Document Size: 4KB

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