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 Apr 06, 2005 - 12:30 PM - by Michael
* Tomb Raider Back to Formula?

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This is exciting news for those who feel the franchise has waned - Eidos has announced that they're taking Tomb Raider back to formula for the next installment.

"In setting the stage for the Tomb Raider franchise moving forward, we took ourselves back to Lara's origins, asked ourselves the hard questions and challenged ourselves to think differently," said Chip Blundell, vice president of brand marketing, Eidos Inc. "Who is Lara Croft? What makes her tick? How is she relevant today? Only by answering these questions could we ensure that gamers get the experience they deserve with the character they love."

Eighteen months ago, Tomb Raider team members at Crystal Dynamics embarked on their own quest to rediscover Lara Croft. During their soul-searching mission, they unearthed past consumer surveys, conducted new research, re-read every game review, listened to lots of passionate pleas and opinions from gamers and re-played through every Tomb Raider product. From this introspection and open-minded search for a fresh perspective, Tomb Raider: Legend was born.
We'll see how well they pull it off; with luck, this could be the first Tomb Raider I look forward to since the original Tomb Raider.
 

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