Just a quick update on my progress on the Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider. Even though I had beaten the PS3 version (100% on the single player campaign), I still find myself enjoying Lara’s rebooted adventure. It’s actually a bit fun now, as I’m just really toying with the NPC’s, even with Lara’s low skill level at this point in the game. Anyway, I find the graphics to be great, and it does add another layer of challenge to the game. Early on in the game, with the weather ravaging and slowing Lara’s progress, with blinding lightning, and rain drops filling the screen, it makes for an added element of hardship, and it makes you feel like you are there.
I mentioned before the jungle seems more livelier on this version as opposed to the PS3 or even the PC version on ultimate. Lara’s clothes also seemed more detailed. These are just initial findings though. I need to catch up on the PC version to see more and do a better comparison graphically. The few little things that they added to the PS4 version is a nice touch, like using the Dual Shock 4’s speakers for foot steps, gun fire, and other arbitrary sound effects. It’s not much, but it somehow add’s a lot. I notice the sound effects sound a bit better. Once I get my capture rig going again, I’ll post more video’s of all 3 versions. For now I leave you with some screen shots done via the PS4’s share button. I did adjust them slightly for clarity.
Lighting effects are great
Facial detail is absolutely stunning
Nice textures on her hand wrap
She really needs a day in the spa
Hot off the heels of the successful reboot of Tomb Raider, comes a comic book by Dark Horse comics. The story line will take place right after the events of the game, and will be written by Gail Simone. I haven’t been in the comics game in a while, but this excites me. I don’t know, I am in full Tomb Raider mode. The reboot totally won me over. Check out the preview art below.
I just finished playing a few minutes of Tomb Raider – Definitive Edition (TR-DE) and took a couple of screen captures. I did the same on the PC side. Well, see for yourself.
Tomb Raider – Definitive Edition
Last year’s reboot of Tomb Raider was, one of my favorite games that came out last year, and perhaps one of my favorite games of all time. Graphics were great, controls were tight, and the story was right up there. Supporting cast was, well, not very supportive, but Lara herself had enough gusto to carry everything in her young shoulders. Fast forward to about roughly a year (OK so about 11 months and change), Tomb Raider: (more…)
I love fan films, since fans tend to stay true to the subject matter, and they don’t muck it up with visions of grandeur. Sometimes keeping it simple is the best way, and this Tomb Raider/Lara Croft fan film fits the bill. It’s still a bit cheesy, but, it’s a helluva lot better than Angelina’s rendition about a decade or so ago.
Just a sneak peak on what I was working on last night. The rest of the Femm Shep photos are still being processed and should be up shortly. Stay tuned.
It’s the weekend, and for some of us nine-to-fivers it’s a good time to catch up on some gaming. With me just recently finishing Tomb Raider, (final impressions to come soon) I can finally catch up on some of the game’s I’ve pushed off to the side. I am on the last section of Medal Of Honor: Advanced Warfighter, and last night Pat and I just started playing Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.