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Shadow of the Tomb Raider (2018 Game)

  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider DLC: The Forge
    Shadow of the Tomb Raider will be getting seven months’ worth of post-launch content starting from November 2018 and below you will find an archive of “New Adventures” episodes, in which the developers at Eidos-Montréal discuss the new challenge tombs and gameplay features that Tomb Raider fans can look forward to over the next few months. Season-pass holders will be able to download the new content on a monthly basis. Those without a season pass will have the option to ... [Continue Reading]

Arte-Factual

  • A closer look at Lara's hieroglyphs worksheet (Screenshot taken by Kelly M)

    Arte-Factual: Lara’s Hieroglyphics Worksheet

    October 23, 2016 // 2 Comments

    The recently-released Blood Ties DLC gave Tomb Raider fans a glimpse into Lara Croft’s childhood and her family history. Not only did we get to learn a little more about her enigmatic parents, we also got to find out what the younger Croft used to do in her spare time. One of the collectible documents found within Croft Manor is Lara’s old hieroglyphics worksheet, which proved useful for deciphering one of the manor’s safe combination codes. As a child, Lara apparently ... [Continue Reading]

Lara’s Travels

  • Lara Croft poses in front of the Temple of Horus at Edfu (Image credit: Lori of Survivor Reborn)
    Survivor Reborn admin Lori and her husband Jay recently spent ten incredible days in Egypt and brought along their Rock Candy Lara Croft figure, who was more than happy to pose for photos in front of some of the country’s key attractions. From the pyramids at Giza to the Graeco-Roman ruins of Alexandria, from the banks of the Nile to the majestic temple ruins of Karnak, from the sun-beaten Valley of the Kings to the treasure-filled halls of the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, Lori and Jay ... [Continue Reading]

Mythology

  • The first piece of official promotional artwork for 'Shadow of the Tomb Raider'
    Fans who visited the official Tomb Raider site throughout March and April will no doubt have tried their hand at solving the Maya-themed puzzles being used to promote Shadow of the Tomb Raider. And to reward their efforts, Square Enix was kind enough to share some tiny clues about Lara Croft’s upcoming adventure. One of these clues was this piece of promotional artwork, which depicts a Pre-Columbian (most likely Maya) site hidden away in a tropical rainforest. The audio clips released as ... [Continue Reading]

Educational Resources

  • Tatiana Proskouriakoff
    In Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Lara Croft will be putting her knowledge of Maya mythology and archaeology to the test as she races against time to save the world from impending doom. To celebrate the game’s upcoming release, I will be paying tribute to some of the greatest female Mayanists in a new monthly series of articles, simply titled “Mayanist of the Month”. The study of Mesoamerica’s Maya civilisation has attracted scholars from a variety of social and academic ... [Continue Reading]

Tomb Raider Merchandise & Collectibles

  • Tomb Raider colouring book
    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 January! The book, which has been created in conjunction with Square Enix, will celebrate some of Lara Croft’s greatest adventures and will feature 45 highly-detailed, black-and-white images. Fans of the Tomb Raider comics will be happy to hear that veteran comic artists Randy Green and Phillip Sevy are among those who ... [Continue Reading]

Fan Creations

  • Tomb Raider colouring book
    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 January! The book, which has been created in conjunction with Square Enix, will celebrate some of Lara Croft’s greatest adventures and will feature 45 highly-detailed, black-and-white images. Fans of the Tomb Raider comics will be happy to hear that veteran comic artists Randy Green and Phillip Sevy are among those who ... [Continue Reading]

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