Wow! Those images look awesome! After watching the gameplay videos and those images I'm so excited!
This is great! Here's my question:
Will there be elements of character customization in the future game?
Welcome back, Sianbbz!
Welcome to the forum, RookieBlue23!
I hope that there'd be some info on them, it'd be great to know the voices behind the characters!
Oh, and I created a category for voice actors, and thought about moving the Voices article to under the name Voice Actors. Does it sound good? I'm trying to clean up the Actors page, since I think it should only have the actors who appear in the movies... :chin
Here's a quote from the Talk page of Voices article that sums up my question:Quote
I wonder where it'd be possible to gain information on the other voice actors that worked with the classics. Like who are the voices of the following:
Natla in Tomb Raider I
Larson in Tomb Raider I (and perhaps the other Natla's goons too) and in Chronicles
Pierre in Tomb Raider I and in Chronicles
Zip in Chronicles
Jean-Yves in The Last Revelation
Charles Kane in Chronicles (could be the same who voiced Jean-Yves)
Werner von Croy in The Last Revelation, Chronicles and The Angel of Darkness
Margot Carvier in The Angel of Darkness
Janice in The Angel of Darkness
Kristina Boaz in The Angel of Darkness
Joachim Karel in The Angel of Darkness
...and so on.
The name Phil Morris appears in some credits alongside with Allinthegame Ltd., but I can's find anything on them... --The Poet 21:28, 13 August 2011 (CEST)
So, all in all I mean the voices from the classics.
Happy birthday, Skinny Jeans!
It appears that you've run into a bug, bubblyme03. I recommend that you replay the whole Croft Manor level, since I don't know any other way to fix it.
There's The Crystal Habit Podcast: Episode 2 available in the official blog. Topics are for example the M-rating, unlockable outfits, product partnership regarding real life items in the game (like seen in the Tuning Point trailer) and the camera system.
Listen to the podcast here.
Nice finds, Skinny Jeans and tombraidergirl!
I find this funny and adorable at the same time:
Welcome back, Skinny Jeans! Nice to see that the the trailer has indeed sparked some interest among old fans too.
And I hope that your mother gets better. I wish you and your family strenght among the situation.
Ah well, that would be a ... no.
Apologies for the double post, but I've stumbled across a few comments on the upcoming game's story on the Official Tomb Raider Blog.
Readers of the blog are able to post questions conserning the upcoming game, and there are two questions that caught my eye with their answers. The first one is about whether Lara's history is still the same compared to earlier games or not, answer to it isQuote
We’re not diving into Lara’s past just yet - that is an important part of the story we want you to discover through the game! Trust me, sometimes experiences are better left unspoiled. : )
The second one is about whether the game has "an "actual" storyline that evolves as the game grows" or not, and the answer to that isQuote
There will most definitely be a strong narrative in addition to Lara’s growth and evolution as a character!
Keep your eyes on the blog, people!
Just add some darker wood, tweak a bit with the lights, and BANG! You've got yourself a very own Croft manor... And this is a good location for this thread, because:
- General Tomb Raider = Check
- Core's Tomb Raider = Check
Nah, no problem, IncrediblyWicked. Occasional challenge is good.Quote
Whoo, that girl got one bad attitude!
You are kidding! Right?
Had a hard time to find one that would have even a slight chance of fitting here... Not sure if this fits either.
What was it you said?
I may be a dumb man, but I ain't falling for that again.
Chronicles quotes = priceless!
You're one clever cookie, boss.