Lara Croft

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris producer talks engine improvements, new scope

Ian Birnbaum at

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris was one of the most unexpected announcements of this week’s E3, but already we’ve gotten to see a lot of gameplay. Scot Amos, executive producer for the new game, brought a four-player gameplay video with him to the Twitch E3 livestream on Wednesday and talked for a bit about the follow-up to the well-regarded Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

Why we haven't reviewed Tomb Raider yet

PC Gamer at

The scores for Squeenix's reboot of Tomb Raider are pouring in like live snakes into an overly-elaborate trap set by a long-dead civilisation. Generally, people seem to be quite upbeat about this beat-up new Lara. But how does the young adventuress perform on PC? We can't tell you alas, nor give you our opinion of the game at large, as we've not yet been issued PC code. Sob.

Hopefully, we'll be getting code later today as promised and have someone ready to raid tombs in all their graphically-enhanced glory the moment the opportunity presents itself. Square Enix have had excellent form with their PC ports of late, so we'll be sure to let you know if their latest effort matches the standards set by Sleeping Dogs' lustrous PC-specific sheen.


E3 2011: Tomb Raider demo shows Lara running, jumping, and grunting

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Yet more in-game footage has drizzled from Microsoft's E3 press conference, this time of the snazzy-looking Tomb Raider reboot. This duo of videos is taken straight from the game, and starts with Lara captive on a 'mysterious island', trussed up like a spider's dinner. Watch, as she swings out of danger! Wince, as she impales various bits of herself on spikes! Feel a bit uncomfortable, as she spends a solid four minutes grunting, moaning, shrieking, and gasping! The second half of the video's on the other side of this cut.