Books listed in our Tomb Raider gift guide 2022

Tomb Raider Gift Guide 2022

Whether you’re looking for a fun birthday gift for a friend or a little something for your own collection, this year’s Tomb Raider gift guide has something to suit most tastes and budgets! From cookbooks to action figures, from mugs to gift cards, you can find a wide range of …

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Tomb Raider colouring book

‘Tomb Raider’ Colouring Book Coming in February 2019

Swap your game controller for a pack of coloured pencils and get ready to unleash your inner artist because Dark Horse Comics is publishing a Tomb Raider colouring book in February! The book, which has been created in conjunction with Square Enix, will celebrate some of Lara Croft’s greatest adventures …

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Cover art for Lara Croft & the Blade of Gwynnever

‘Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever’ Set For September 2016 Release

Remember how we were going to get a new novel, Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever, last November? And how it was pushed back to January 2016? And how things went a little quiet after that? Well, it appears that fans’ patience will soon be rewarded as Dan Abnett’s novel will finally be released on …

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Concept art from Rise of the Tomb Raider (Image Credit: Crystal Dynamics)

6 Siberia Travelogues for the Armchair Adventurer

Lara Croft’s search for the lost city of Kitezh takes her to the forests and mountain ranges of Siberia, a vast and often misunderstood region that stretches from Russia’s Ural Mountains to the country’s north Pacific coastline. Commonly viewed as a region of Arctic wastelands and Soviet-era prison camps, Siberia is a land …

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Cover art for Lara Croft & the Blade of Gwynnever

‘Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever’ Novel Will Hit Stores in November

This article contains release dates that are no longer current. A more up-to-date version can be found over here. November is set to be an exciting month for Tomb Raider fans and collectors. The highly-anticipated sequel, Rise of the Tomb Raider, will be out on November 10th, the recently-announced Xbox One …

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Screenshot from Rise of the Tomb Raider's Syria level

Prima Games to Publish Official Rise of the Tomb Raider Strategy Guide

If you’re the type of gamer who needs a good strategy guide to help you track down every last collectable item in a game or solve some of the game’s trickier puzzles, Prima Games has got you covered. Earlier this week, Prima Games announced that it will be publishing the official …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider Art Book and Play Arts KAI Figure Announced

The Crystal Dynamics team are in San Diego for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and they’ve kicked off the weekend’s festivities by announcing two new collectables Tomb Raider fans may want to add to their collections. The first is an official art book for Rise of the Tomb Raider, which …

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The logbook, as seen in Tomb Raider 2013's closing cutscene

The Book of Secrets: What the Mystery Book in Tomb Raider’s Final Scene Spells for the Future of the Series

Ever since eagle-eyed gamers spotted the word “Croatoan” written in the book seen in Tomb Raider 2013’s closing scene, there has been a lot of speculation as to what this may mean for the future of the Tomb Raider series. Were the development team hinting at the story-line or location for the next …

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Jordan Jacobs, archaeologist and author of the Samantha Sutton series

Pillagers of the Past and an Interview with Author Jordan Jacobs

For decades, Hollywood and other entertainment outlets have depicted archaeologists as globe-trotting treasure hunters with a thirst for adventure, a taste for shiny trinkets, and a flagrant disregard for the integrity and safety of the ancient sites they’re trespassing on. Lost cities are a staple plot point of your average …

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