Media Monday #3
Posted by Ben Davis
The Art of Tomb Raider
Square-Enix and Crystal Dynamics celebrated 15 years of Tomb Raider with an art gallery, featuring 8 different artists: Andy Park, Camilla d’Errico, Long Vo, Brenoch Adams, Brian Horton, Randy Green, Jonathan Jacques-Belletete, and Toby Gard. I have a small sample of some of the art, and the rest of the gallery and prints can be found at tombraider.com/15.
Jillian Michaels Fitness Adventure Out Now
Although I would be perfectly content with no more Jillian Michaels, her scary face has invaded the Xbox 360’s Kinect.
The game features several workouts in an adventure. As Indiana Jones would say, it takes thousands of lunges to get to a mummy’s tomb. Also, the game allows you to upload your stats with XBL and compare yourself to your friends.
As I always say, if gamers want to get fit, they should go outside.
More Nano Assault Screens
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Atlus Announces Game of Thrones
From the makers of Cursed Crusade (meh…) and Demon/Dark Souls (Meh!!!) comes a new action RPG based on the HBO series and George RR Martin novels!
The game is slated to hit PS3, Xbox 360, and PC sometime in 2012, and it looks great!
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Preorder Bonuses Announced
The Collectors Edition ($79.99) will sell in limited quantities and will include artwork from Yoshitaka Amano, a four-disc soundtrack, and a concept art book. Now, for the preorder bonuses…
Game Stop: Alternate costume for Serah.
Amazon: Coliseum battle against “Omega,” who joins the party afterward.
Best Buy: Final Fantasy XIII – Episode i hardcover book which ties the stories together.
Which will you be picking up?
PS One Classic Vanguard Bandits and Arcade Remake BurgerTime World Tour
Both will be available on Nov. 15th! Since the BurgerTime World Tour review has already been posted, here are some shots of Vanguard Bandits to get you stoked for this rare PS One RPG!
Steam Users Get Developer Kit for Dungeon Defenders
It seems that PC users are getting all the love from Trendy. First, they got a bunch of Steam-only preorder bonuses. Now, with the game released, creative gamers can use the Development Kit to craft things like “Capture the Flag” or some other great game that no one has ever thought of yet.
Steam users can get the kit here.