Tomb Raider: A Darker, More Visceral Lara Croft
Will fans find her new banged up body & character desirable?
©2011 Grant Smythe
Movies have been made of her, even emulating the over-emphasized body proportions via the very busty and pouty Angelina Jolie, who really made Lara stand out from the crowd of other female protagonist, both on screen and in-game.
Lara Croft, the game character had a ‘certain something’ about her. There was this big, busty, almost gravity defying physique and proportions, but the games also had a certain cartoonish style about them in almost all of the games that have been released on just about all gaming platforms.
Investigating the road to L.A. Noire: Week #3
Incl: L.A. Noire’s Achievement/Trophy Listing
©2011 Nicholas Laborde
L.A. Noire will undoubtedly transform the albeit small detective/crime thriller genre in gaming.
While last week’s theme was modern, we’re going back in time again, but at the same time we’re going forward, confusing – yes? SO read on and let’s see what we can uncover together.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a very good film that did the unthinkable: blending science fiction, film noire and even elements of a crime thriller, Dark City.
The Adventures of Captain Smiley
by : aksobey
©2010 Kent Sobey
The story follows Captain Smiley, who you play as, and his attached sidekick, Star – who is literally just a star. Star is a loud mouth who is rather abrasive and doesn’t seem to like Captain Smiley very much.
The first chapter revolves around combating Brad and his robotic henchwomen (and his ‘Bradcopter’ equipped with ‘Brad Missiles’).
After defeating Brad your comic is cancelled due to low readership and you are forced to take any work you can get. This leads your assistant, Gerta, to find you work in other comics to make enough money to re-launch your own comic.