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Jar Jar spin-off will have to wait
Looks like Keighley’s Crofting up a surprise
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Lara Croft will return
Crystal Dynamics are Crofting a sequel
Dead Island Riptide continues to eat up its competition in the UK Charts.
Crystal Dynamics shares their favourite parts of their latest release.
It seems that the UK game buying public has spoken: Dead Island Riptide was the most popular game released last week, because as per usual, the best selling new game has taken the top spot in the UK charts.
This week in the UK video games charts sees very little change in positions, and very little new entries. BioShock Infinite stays on top for the third week, whilst Tomb Raider stays in third place.
Narrated by Kym Brainard, Animator at Crystal Dynamics, this video is taken from fairly late in the game, and shows Lara taking on some of mysterious Oni enemies.
Outgoing Square Enix president Yoichi Wada has explained Tomb Raider, Hitman and Sleeping Dogs’ sales failures.
With Defiance being the only new release last week, it was fairly likely this would happen, but regardless, it’s great to see one of the best games of the year so far staying atop the UK video game charts: BioShock Infinite is still number one.
Exactly as you’d expect from one of the best games of the year so far, Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite has topped the UK video game charts in its first week.
Adam returns to hosting duties this week, as we have a two hour plus podcast for you to enjoy.
Those folks at Crystal Dynamics are making a series of three videos detail their favourite optional challenge tombs.
Despite concerns that it was too soon for another Gears of War, it seems the public have gone out and purchased it anyway, as it enters the UK charts in first place.
Lara Croft: Reflections could be a number of things, possibly even a sequel to the smash hit Tomb Raider reboot
Square Enix has released the first multiplayer map pack for Tomb Raider on the Xbox 360.
Lara Croft has retained her spot at the top of the UK video game chart, keeping God of War and StarCraft at bay.