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Lara Croft GO now available on iOS, Android and Win

 
 
[ 27 Aug 2015 ]

Lara Croft GO is now available globally on iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

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Rise of the Tomb Raider stealth gameplay video

 
 
[ 21 Aug 2015 ]

Crystal Dynamics have released new footage to showcase stealth gameplay.

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New Lara Croft GO screenshots for your eyeballs

 
 
[ 19 Aug 2015 ]

Brand new Lara Croft GO screenshots dispatched by publisher Square.

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Lara Croft GO will simultaneously debut on Aug 27

 
 
[ 19 Aug 2015 ]

Lara Croft GO will land simultaneously on Android, iOS and Windows Phone.

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TUM RAIDER DIRECTOR BACK WITH SHORT
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[ January 21 2014 ]

Tum Raider, a BBC-commissioned short animation produced by Hugh Hancock in 2001, became somewhat of a sensation among Tomb Raider fans due to its quirky parody of British aristocrat Lara Croft. Hugh Hancock is back doing what he does best, this time armed with a bevy of British stars who voice-over his latest video animation, Death Knight Love Story.

"It's called Death Knight Love Story, and is a World of Warcraft-based Machinima piece. But it's not your normal Machinima film: it was made using full Avatar-style motion capture, with a score composed by a BAFTA nominated composer and voiced by Hollywood stars" Hugh Hancock tells us.

"It features the voices of Brian Blessed, Jack Davenport, Joanna Lumley and Anna Chancellor, with Brian Blessed playing World of Warcraft villain The Lich King."

Death Knight Love Story can be watched online by following this fetching orange hyperlink, and for those who missed the original Tum Raider produced by Hugh Hancock and Strange Company, head in this direction.

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