How does Lara Croft look like these days?
She looks great! With this game being a reboot, or telling of origins of the series, how will the story unfold for this archaeologist?
Honesty, she looks great before the breast implants! :D
OnLive gets some popular Square Enix Titles!
Palo Alto, Calif., March 1, 2011—OnLive, Inc., the pioneer of on-demand, instant-play video games, today announced the addition of more than a dozen top-tier Square Enix games to its PlayPack monthly subscription plan, including previously released titles from major franchises such as Tomb Raider™, Deus Ex™, Thief™, Mini Ninjas™ and Hitman™. The Square Enix titles will begin arriving in the OnLive PlayPack service in a few weeks. OnLive’s continuously growing library of PlayPack games provide an "all-you-can-play" option for subscribers for only $9.99/month—allowing them to play instantly on TVs via the OnLive Game System and on virtually any PC or Mac® via a small browser download.
"OnLive’s PlayPack has been a huge hit with our members since launch. With the addition of these classic and highly popular game titles from Square Enix, OnLive PlayPack members will further enjoy a rich and cost-effective gaming experience," said Steve Perlman, founder and CEO of OnLive. "We’re proud of our strong partnership with Square Enix and we look forward to providing a solid and effective platform for their current and future game titles."
The new PlayPack titles from Square Enix have earned significant acclaim within the gaming world and among mainstream consumers. The Deus Ex franchise has historically claimed numerous "Game of the Year" honors and was recently reaffirmed as the top PC game of all time by PC Gamer. Hitman has been the world’s favorite assassin both on the large and small screen for years and Tomb Raider remains one of the most popular and recognizable game franchises of all time and has inspired films, books and a generation of video games.
"The unlimited value our subscribers are currently realizing from PlayPack is translating into hundreds of hours of rich gameplay, and this experience will continue to evolve as we add more great titles like these," said John Spinale, OnLive VP of Games and Media. "With the announcement of our extended partnership with Square Enix today, we are delighted to introduce a wealth of great game titles while reiterating our commitment to continually evolve the PlayPack game library."
Square Enix is a leading provider of digital entertainment with numerous million-selling, beloved video game titles and offices around the world.
"In the dynamically changing environment of digital distribution, it’s a natural fit for Square Enix to support an innovative offering like PlayPack from OnLive, " said Phil Rogers, CEO of Square Enix Europe. "We’re pleased to be able to share some of our classic games with the broader digital audience."
For detailed information about OnLive PlayPack and a full list of available games, visit www.onlive.com/playpack.
Will you be onlive Jimmy!?
By: cinderkin Mar 19, 2013 | 2 Comments
Tomb Raider was rebooted this year with it's latest title, but before that we almost got Tomb Raider: Ascension instead. Check out the footage.
The footage here looks like a mix of Shadow of Colossus and Resident Evil, with a touch of Dead Space limb damage. The video shows Lara riding a horse, leading a girl around with a carrot it seems, and other features that didn't make the cut in the new Tomb Raider.
While I enjoyed the new Tomb Raider's single player campaign, I think adding multiplayer to the game was a mistake. Maybe if they had pulled MP we could have seen some of the features.
What do you think of Tomb Raider Ascension? Is this something you would have like to see in Tomb Raider? Is this a better direction for the franchise? Tell us what you think in the comments. Don't be a Jimmy!
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