Tomb Raider colouring book

Review: Official ‘Tomb Raider’ Colouring Book

Life has been a little hectic in recent months, so earlier this month, I decided to treat myself to a copy of the official Tomb Raider colouring book as a way to channel my creativity and let off some steam. The book, published by Dark Horse Comics, was released back in February 2019 and is …

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Lara Croft Funko Pop! figure

Review: Lara Croft Funko Pop! Figure

I've been a huge fan of Funko's uber-cute aesthetic ever since a friend of mine introduced me to their range of Pop! vinyl figures a couple of years ago. What began as a one-off acquisition (a Scarlet Witch Pop! I received from said friend) has since grown into an eclectic collection of superhero and Star Wars figures. …

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Cover art for Lara Croft & the Blade of Gwynnever

Review: Lara Croft & the Blade of Gwynnever

In our latest guest article, South Africa-based writer, cosplayer, and Tomb Raider fan Noelle A (aka Pfangirl) shares her thoughts on Dan Abnett and Nik Vincent's recent novel, Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever. Please note that the following review may contain some very minor spoilers. Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever is the …

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Screenshot from Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration DLC, Blood Ties

Croft Manor DLC Delves Deep Into Croft Family History

In the recently released Croft Manor DLC, "Blood Ties", Tomb Raider fans get the chance to take some time out from pillaging ancient sites to delve deep into Croft family history and learn more about Lara Croft's enigmatic parents and childhood, one aging document at a time. When Lara's maternal uncle Atlas de Mornay contests the ownership of …

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Rise

Review: Rise of the Tomb Raider: The Official Art Book

In Rise of the Tomb Raider, Lara Croft explores a hidden oasis in Syria and a centuries-old settlement in Siberia in her quest to uncover the lost city of Kitezh and the secrets that lie within. Along the way, you. the gamer, will come across countless Byzantine murals, awe-inspiring ruins, and a wealth of ancient …

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Screenshot from Rise of the Tomb Raider

Why You Need ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ in Your Life

It's been a week since Rise of the Tomb Raider was released for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 here in Europe and what a week it's been. Not a day has gone by where I haven't sent Lara back to Syria or Siberia in search of elusive collectables. And even after a good 30 or …

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Lara Croft & the Frozen Omen #1

Review: Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen #1

The first issue of Dark Horse's new series, Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen, is finally out and it seems to be off to a great start so far. This five-part series by Invisible Republic writer Corinna Bechko follows the adventures of "Classic" Lara Croft and fellow archaeologist Carter Bell as they race against time to stop …

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Screenshot from Lara Croft GO

Review: Lara Croft GO

Square Enix Montréal's latest mobile game, the nostalgia-inducing Lara Croft GO, was perhaps one of the most pleasantly surprising announcements of this year's E3. Fans hadn't expected a brand new mobile game to be announced so soon after the worldwide release of Relic Run and with all the excitement and hype surrounding the upcoming Rise of the …

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Book Review: Samantha Sutton and the Temple of Traitors

Last November, archaeologist and author Jordan Jacobs approached me to see if I would be interested in reviewing the first two novels in his Samantha Sutton archaeology adventure series and very kindly sent me review copies shortly after our initial chat. While I don't really fall under the series' target demographic, I quickly became engrossed in …

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Lara Croft: Relic Run's loading screen

Lara Croft: Relic Run – First Impressions and Screenshots

UPDATE: Lara Croft: Relic Run is now available across the world for iOS devices, Android, and Windows Phone. Please note that it may not be compatible with older devices or available in all countries just yet. The upcoming mobile adventure-runner game Lara Croft: Relic Run was soft-launched in the Netherlands today and, honestly, it couldn't have …

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