Tomb Raider News (Xbox360)

Nvidia "apologize to GeForce users" over Tomb Raider stability issues

Posted: 07.03.2013 by Technet2k

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Graphics giant Nvidia has offered their apologies to GeForce gamers as Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider has seen a less than impressive performance on even the latest GeForce 600 series cards.

Troubles start when settings are maxed out, with AMD's TressFX severely hampering frame rates. However it turns out Nvidia "didn't receive final game code" until this past weekend.

Xbox 360 getting timed exclusive DLC for Tomb Raider

Posted: 07.03.2013 by JonahFalcon

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The Xbox 360 version of Tomb Raider will be getting three downloadable packs before the PC and PlayStation 3 platforms. The first DLC, Caves & Cliffs, will be hitting the 360 version on the 19th March.

Crystal: "No plans to do anything" with Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light Poll

Posted: 06.03.2013 by Technet2k

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Tomb Raider's Crystal Dynamics enjoyed their time creating the off-shoot 'Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light', but it appears to have been a one-time thing. It was a "great opportunity to explore things".

However, Crystal has just re-established Lara Croft in their reboot which launched yesterday. It's this Lara that they'll be focusing on moving forward after this "brief detour into her origins".

Crystal in "good partnership" with GK Films on new Tomb Raider film

Posted: 05.03.2013 by Technet2k

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Tomb Raider developer Crystal Dynamics has their latest works releasing this week, where a much younger Lara Croft takes the lead. The newly planned film is part of a "cohesive version" of the series.

What that means is there'll be no continuation of the old Tomb Raider films. GK Films is working off the "new take that we’ve given them," said Crystal Dynamics' Darrell Gallagher.

Tomb Raider "extensively optimised" for PC, Square Enix enlists Nixxes

Posted: 22.02.2013 by Technet2k

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Square Enix has revealed the PC specifications for Tomb Raider, and named Nixxes as the studio behind getting the new Lara Croft fully tuned up for PC, the same group who worked on Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

Steamworks and Big Picture support are included with Tomb Raider, with more tessellation, improved SSAO and post-filter magic accompanying high resolution textures. Got XP? No problem!