That would be nice and all but I want to see what the game truly plays/looks like, not some CG bs that's not really representative of the final game.Grisby said:It would be neat if the trailer was in the vein of the Deus Ex one, meaning a super high budget CG extravaganza done by Square.
Less polygons for the ass, confirmed!Larson Conway said:Boob comparison time!
Completely different gameplay though.Plagiarize said:in fairness, CD already made a co-op Tomb Raider game and it was awesome.
Just been reviewing footage for the 'making the cover' trailer for the final #gameinformer hub piece. Seriously cool how it came together
A quick update for any of you whove been following our Tomb Raider coverage: The last piece of content for the Tomb Raider hub was slated to run today, but Crystal Dynamics has asked for an additional day to perfect the project.
So what can you expect tomorrow? Crystal Dynamics is giving fans a video tour of what it took to put together the impressively detailed Lara Croft render for our January cover. The scope is significantly larger than you may think the image traveled internationally between three seasoned studios before evolving into what you see above.
Check back tomorrow evening for the content. Thank you for being patient!
The cropped Tomb Raider images illustrating this article which was essentially a long-winded link to Game Informers site have been removed. This is because Game Informers executive editor, Andrew Reiner after threatening our readers on Twitter sent us a legal threat of our very own.
Kintaro said:As much as I love Uncharted 2 (and I love it so), Co-Op and Deathmatch never existed to me. I didn't know anyone who bothered with it (outside of GAF) and it's really just a footnote. A checkmark on a list of crap that is seemingly mandatory on games now.
Kintaro said:As much as I love Uncharted 2 (and I love it so), Co-Op and Deathmatch never existed to me. I didn't know anyone who bothered with it (outside of GAF) and it's really just a footnote. A checkmark on a list of crap that is seemingly mandatory on games now. It's bread and butter is the single player campaign. Tomb Raider will be the same. I would rather they spend that money on making the single player that much better and adding single player DLC side-stories (or cool adventures) or something rather than bringing on another studio to work on a segment of the game that simply exists to check off a list.
Looking back, nobody remembers or will remember Uncharted 2 for its multiplayer.
Net_Wrecker said:You're crazy man. Just because YOU didn't find enjoyment in something doesn't mean others didn't. There are still 50,000 + daily players. Uncharted 2 multiplayer is great, and really fun. They supposedly only made the multiplayer portion in 1 year, and it's better than a LOT of other big name titles that are multiplayer focused.
Nobody knows how the TR multiplayer will turn out, but don't talk down on Uncharted MP just because you didn't play it.
Kintaro said:Did I talk down on the quality of the multiplayer? No. however, Uncharted will be remembered for it's single player campaigns. Thinking otherwise is simply silly. I was simply speaking for myself. I would rather see that effort put elsewhere. You may disagree. That's fine. Sweet, about 1.3% of those who bought the game still play multiplayer. Awesome.
Does TR need the same? IMO, no. They have a lot of work to do just in the single player side of things in order to make it the big deal they think it is.
Visual Works. That's just SE's internal CG studio, they did the cover render, the upcoming trailer, that Deus Ex trailer, FFXIII CG and yes, Advent Children. The direction was awful but that studio can produce some technically excellent CG for the industry they are in.cuyahoga said:Please don't be true this alone could kill any interest I have in the game.