The first part of a "10 Years of Tomb Raider - A GameTap Retrospective" has been made available to download.
The TV show profiles the creators, the games, the live-action models and the fans who love it all. The documentary will be available for free for all fans to view here and new segments will be added each week through June
Lara Croft is to make her debut on Wii in Tomb Raider: Anniversary.
Anniversary on Wii is already well underway, with Eidos brand manager Kathryn Clements saying the publisher "wanted to make a special version of Anniversary to appeal to Wii
Eidos has revealed the release date for Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Anniversary.
PC and PS2 versions of the remake will be in shops from June 1 while PSP owners looking get their hands on the small version will have to wait a little longer.
"Our goal was to capture the essence of what made the original Tomb Raider game such an incredible adventure, and use this to create a brand new Tomb Raider game. Building on the technology, tools and experience we developed for Tomb Raider: Legend, we've
Thursday 3 May 2007
It's a privilege normally only afforded to games journalists and writers - the opportunity to play games before anyone else. In fact, it's the biggest perk we get. Well, that, and the odd free pint.
And now, in conjunction with Eidos, we're giving one Tomb Raider fan and three of their mates the chance to visit Eidos (home of Tomb Raider) and play Lara Croft Tomb Raider Anniversary three days before the game is released.
The winner will also receive a promotional copy of
The very first thing you see when entering their lobby is a curvaceous statue of Lara Croft. The second thing? An intimidating life-size replica of Hitman's Agent 47. But gaming publisher Eidos is offering more than just testosterone and other hormone-driven action games this year. They've also got a surprising number of mainstream-friendly handheld titles in the lineup. The games are simple and straightforward... are they also addictive? We dropped by their offices earlier this week to find
Some of us love it. Most everyone else on the planet can't stand or ignores it. But the fact remains that video game music draws a huge audience wherever it goes, and now GamesRadar has its own take to share. Brett Elston (Nintendo Editor), Joe McNeily (Senior Editor) and Stephen Pierce (Editorial Director) sit down with a smattering of classic video game tunes and weigh in on each song. We'll cover everything from the NES to the DS to the Xbox 360 - won't you join us?
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The funny thing about inventing a genre of videogames is that, until it becomes completely played out, every game that emulates your formula is going to be attached to your name. Games that feature a wide-open, freely explorable world, for example, will have a hard time avoiding the label of "Grand Theft Auto clone," especially if their worlds are littered with vehicles to steal and drive.
In the six years since Grand Theft Auto III, a slew of games have tried to become "the next GTA," but so
Friday 23 March 2007
Today is a big day in the world of games. Not only does it see the launch of Sony's PlayStation 3 in Europe, but it also heralds the return of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who are back for an all new shell-topped adventure. To celebrate this magnificent day, we've teamed up with Ubisoft to give one GamesRadar reader the chance to win a PSP and a copy of TMNT, while eight runners-up can also pocket themselves the new TMNT game for Sony's handheld.
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Namco Bandai has announced that the next chapter in its Tales of the World franchise will be coming to the PSP with Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology this summer. This will be the first in the RPG series to make the platform jump to the PSP, but will include some familiar characters from the previous games, including Stahn Aileron and Reid Hershel from Tales of Destiny I and II, Lloyd Irving from Tales of Symphonia and Luke fon Fabre from Tales of the Abyss, and many
Yesterday, we left you at the point where we'd met the undead in our Egypt walkthrough. Now we'll take you further into this awesome new Tomb Raider: Anniversary level as we wrap up our week-long preview.
As the undead foes hit the ground and fade away, again the sense of isolation hits you. Everything is still again, except for the swirling sand and glistening reflections from the water around the obelisk in the middle of the courtyard. You can see an artifact high above you, but the puzzle