The Tomb Raider achievements continue to pile up as the reboot has sold nearly 6 million units, and is on track to beat that by the end of March. The title, which appears on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 is on course to become the best-selling game in the history of the franchise.
Classic games under the Square Enix brand (and others) are becoming even more accessible! Both PSN and the AppStore are featuring sales of games in the Tomb Raider, Hitman, and Deus Ex franchises, and you can see prices as low as $0.99 for some of these titles. To see what games are up for grabs, and for details on how much they cost, continue reading.
Square Enix has been adding more and more clothes to Lightning’s wardrobe in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII for months now. From Cloud and Aerith from Final Fantasy VII, to Yuna from Final Fantasy X/X-2. Now in this increasing invisible closet is the look of one of Square Enix’s other heroines, Lara Croft. For more information on Lightning’s new outfit, and to watch a teaser video of this new DLC, continue reading.
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition is set to be released on the next generation of gaming on January 28 in North America and January 31st for Europe for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. There have been many fan complaints that the price of the Definitive Edition should be far less than the original gaming price of $59.99; but executive producer Scot Amos disagrees and shows us why the Definitive Edition is worth the extra money.
In addition to a rumored Playstation 4 release, the new Tomb Raider game could be making its way to the Xbox One and Wii U according to IGN. Following the rumor, Square Enix trademarked “Tomb Raider: Reflections” and the speculation has begun whether or not this is indeed the next gen game. Square Enix Origin has more on the next generation Tomb Raider game and a possible release date.
Eidos Co-founder and president Ian Livingstone has retired after 20 years of service. He along with Steve Jackson was the co-founder of the popular and influential series Fighting Fantasy. During his reign at Eidos, Livingstone has helped launched popular titles such as Thief, Hitman, Deus Ex, and the ever popular Legacy Of Kain. Eidos Studio was purchased by Square Enix in 2009 and Livingstone attained his title of president. EnixOrigin takes a deeper look on what this means for Eidos.
Square Enix Origin predicted that a Tomb Raider sequel was guaranteed to happen following the game’s early success. In early March it was originally reported that the Tomb Raider reboot sold one million copies in only three days; fast forward to today and the game has sold over five million copies and counting. After an announcement that a sequel was well into development, ideas flooded twitter about potential additions to the game. As a long time Tomb Raider fan, here are Square Enix Origin’s key additions that a sequel must have from a fans perspective.
Square’s recent Tomb Raider reboot has just been announced to have a sequel. Are you excited? We at SEO are!
The next generation Tomb Raider sequel is in the works according to a report from IGN. The Tomb Raider reboot was a huge success, selling over 4 million copies to date. In the reboot, the player is confronted with a very young Lara Croft who is shipwrecked and finds herself stranded on a mysterious island surrounded with danger, both natural and human. In contrast to the earlier games Croft is portrayed as vulnerable, acting out of necessity, desperation and sheer survival rather than for a greater cause or personal gain. Fans have been wondering if a sequel would ever be…
Square Enix has announced yesterday that popular and famous Gail Simone, comic book scribe, will be taking the lead on the new, monthly release, Tomb Raider Comics, published in partnership with Dark Horse. For those not to familiar with her (or those who need a refresher) Gail Simone has worked with many popular comics such as Deadpool and Wonderwoman, though best known for her work on Birds of Prey from issue #56 to #108. From what is known it is obvious Simone has some plans worth looking forward to for the comic.
According to a report by Joystiq you can now get the new Tomb Raider PC game for a very low price of just $13.60. Tomb Raider is also available for the consoles but will require a full price purchase, for a limited time Green Man Gaming has a promo going for the PC version to where you can own the game for a very cheap and fair price. The Tomb Raider reboot was a huge critical success and a sequel is rumored to be happening. Once an innovator and solely deemed the saviour of Playstation, Tomb Raider follows a heavy history that…