101 Facts About Tomb Raider (ft. Alltime Gaming)

The first Tomb Raider film was banned in China because it was “abusive and a crime” and “turned into a TV movie called the cruelty of master Sam bloody Humphrey to utter three”, Sam said. “When I do it to mine Humphrey it’s abusive and…crime,” he added. “I enjoy the peril the most but how did Tomb Raider piss off a French archeologist,” Sam further said.

  • Raider also known as Lara Croft code on Tomb Raider for a period between 2001 and 2007 is a cross media franchise originating from an action-adventure video game series. The franchise focuses on a fictional English archaeologist named Lara Croft who gallivants around the planet infiltrating ancient tombs and ruins in search of lost treasures and artifacts.
  • The original Tomb Raider game was created by three programmers, three artists and a member of the team was Toby Gard, who is mostly responsible for the game. The game was released in 1993 and has been praised for being a pioneer of the action-adventure video game genre.
  • God originally envisioned the character of Lara Croft as a man but the higher ups at call were understandably worried that the character would read as an uninventive Indiana Jones ripoff, as per a report. The report further revealed that Lara was envisioned as a militaristic shoot first ask questions later sociopath with a muscular frame short hair and army themed outfits.
  • ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’, a British comic book series based on the video game series, has been released. The series is set in futuristic Australia number 11 and features a character who resembles Lara Croft. The character was originally Laura Cruz, a dark-haired South American woman who was in all likelihood extremely sassy number 12 but was acquired by idose who wanted the game to have a distinctly British quality.
  • Lara Croft’s bust size was the result of a horrific industrial accident on my side according to Toby Gard, the game’s designer. He accidentally made her breasts 150 percent larger he was going to correct it but apparently everyone involved in the game agreed that they preferred Croft with larger breasts. The polygon was a direct result of the shortage of 95.
  • The most iconic locations in the first Tomb Raider were built in a single weekend by the absolute ledge that is Toby guard Croft Manor was based on the actual building in which Cole was headquartered number eighteen. Tomb Raider was one of the first games of its kind that did not use a first-person perspective.
  • Lara Croft’s creator has revealed that he was asked to integrate a nude code into the game but he refused to do number 21. “It was never my intention to create a game with a page 3 model crudely crudeed in as an vision for Lara was a cool collected and control heroine,” he said.
  • Lara Croft’s Tomb Raider was released in 1996 for the Sega Saturn Playstation. The game was raised for the PlayStation Network in North America in 2009 and Europe in 2010 initially Sony didn’t want to murder on the PlayStation as they were extremely picky about what they would allow on their new console. However, Sony eventually led it on their system so number 26 upon release.
  • Tomb Raider is a video game developed and published by idose, a UK-based company. The game was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS. It was the first video game to feature Lara Croft as a playable character.
  • Lara Croft was featured on a French postage stamp when she was three years old. The image of Croft was used to accompany the band’s 1995 song hold me thrill me kiss me kill me which I still contend as a plagiarized version of my song pick it lick it roll it flick it I may have written that when I was three, Croft was still number 31.
  • American singer-songwriter Laura Nyro has revealed that the song ‘Getting Naked’ from her second album, titled ‘Female Icon’, was recorded entirely in English. She added that the album was only released in France number 33 once upon a time Laura was so well known that she was even more recognizable than the mother-effing Pope evidenced by an online survey in the 90s which placed her above the leader of the Catholic Church.
  • Toby Gard, who played Lara Croft in the video game ‘Tomb Raider 2’, has quit the game’s marketing department. Gard said that he quit because the marketing department wanted to present Croft as “sophisticated and unattainable” instead of presenting her as “unrealistic and unattainable”. The game sold over 8 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling games released up to that point.
  • Actress Jennifer Lawrence, who played the role of Lara Croft in the video game ‘Tomb Raider’, has offered a marriage to the fictional video game character. “I just began receiving large amounts of flowers and even offers a marriage from Lara Croft admirers from all over the world god that’s so weird,” she said.
  • Tomb Raider 3 is the third instalment in the Tomb Raider video game series. The game was released in 1998 and sold around 6 million copies worldwide. The first two games in the series, Tomb Raider and Tomb Raider 2, were criticised for not bringing anything new to the series.
  • Tomb Raider chronicles number 44 the next game in the series was tomb raider chronicles as I just said released in the year 2000 aside from its conspicuous lack of a certain French archeologist the game was also notable as the first Tomb Raider game with witch Winston Smith for the speaking role shockingly none.
  • Mona Lisa’s face has been replaced with the picture of the game’s composer Peter Connolly in ‘The Angel of Darkness’. The game was released in 2003 and it’s considered the very first not particularly good game in the series. The series was rebooted in 2006 with the release of tomb raider legend beginning the legend timeline.
  • A post-it note that read, “No get more soda and reboot webcams in bedroom kinky number 48” has gone viral on social media. The note was written in the office of Lara Croft’s office in Croft Manor. “I just forced them to release the Xbox version without the intro number 49 Lara Croft Tomb Raider anniversary released in 2007,” the note read.
  • Tomb Raider was the first Tomb Raider game not to include the words Tomb Raider in the title ashes to ashes to dust to dust number 52. The game was almost a solid scroller early on in the game’s development. It was a debate among its creators with some arguing for a side scroller and others favoring a top-down design eventually each side of the discussion created prototypes of their preferred version.
  • On the occasion of Lara Croft’s 56th birthday, a message appears on the loading screen that reads, “Happy birthday Lara Croft number 56 since the release of the original game in 1996 Tomb Raider.” The original game was released in 1996 and was followed up with a 2015 sequel entitled ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’.
  • The Tomb Raider series has been the recipient of no less than six Guinness World Records. These are most successful video game heroine most recognizable female character in a video game most detailed video game character ok highest-grossing computer games spin-off most successful live-action transfer and most official real-life stand-ins in video game number 59.
  • A road in the UK has been named after Lara Croft after 27,000 people took part in a public vote. The road, which was constructed in 2010, was named after the actress who played the role of Lara Croft in the 2001 film ‘Tomb Raider’. The actress was nominated in the worst actress award at the 2002 Razzie Awards.
  • Actress Angelina Jolie, who was born in Cambodia, has been honoured with Cambodian citizenship by the country’s King Norodom Sihanouk. The actress was born to a Cambodian father and a Vietnamese mother in Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh. She was adopted as a baby by a Cambodian mother and a US father.
  • Angelina Jolie has revealed that she received weapons training from an SAS instructor to prepare for the role of Lara Croft in the upcoming film ‘Tomb Raider’. She added that she took a number of drug tests during the filming to prove she was mentally competent to appear in the film.
  • Angelina Jolie’s ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’ co-star Alex West was originally called Alex Mars but it had to be changed because the name couldn’t be cleared by the legal department. Director Simon West decided to give him the name Alex West after his own father in all as a guarantee that they could get the clearance if necessary number 17 in the film.
  • Angelina Jolie-starrer ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’, which released on Friday, has been criticised for its references to video games. The film’s opening scene shows Lara smashing the ticking clock with a hammer. It also shows Lara’s butler using a silver tray to protect his face if he’s shot at number 74.
  • Actress Jodie Foster, who played Lara Croft in the 2003 film ‘Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life’, has revealed that she kept Lara’s holsters and still has them somewhere in her own home number 80 in 2003. Jodie further said that she was padded up to a 36d for the movie as it was felt that her bust size to video game proportions would be a tad unrealistic.
  • Angelina Jolie has revealed that she was the only member of the main cast of ‘Tomb Raider’ to be American. She added that the film’s director Daniel Craig wasn’t interested in returning for the sequel. “There are only so many ways you can look surprised at stuff blowing up number 84,” Daniel said.
  • YouTube film critic Chris Tuchman has said that both Angelina Jolie-starrer ‘Tomb Raider’ films are his guilty pleasure movies. He added that both the films are “just enjoy it for what it’s number 87”. This comes after China banned the film claiming that it damaged the country’s reputation and gave the impression of a country in chaos with no government.
  • Alicia Vikander has been roped in to play the role of Lara Croft in the upcoming film ‘Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life’. The film, which will be released in India on November 30, will also feature Saoirse Ronan, Emilia Clarke, Cara Delevingne and Daisy Ripley. Alicia is the second actress to portray Lara in the franchise.
  • Actress Angelina Jolie, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2000 for her role in ‘Girl Interrupted’, has become the second Oscar-winning actress to play the role of Tomb Raider. Jolie won the Oscar in the same category in 2016 for her performance in’Tomb Raider’. Meanwhile, Jolie’s co-star in the film, Dominic West, played the role in 2014.
  • Tomb Raider survivors crusade number 96 is an animated series based on Crofts exploits titled’revision to Tomb Raider’. The series aired across several weeks in May 2007 with a total of 10 six-minute episodes the series is notable for utilizing a variety of animation styles throughout its run ranging from an anime to Looney Tunes to a moving comic-book aesthetic in the final episode number 97.
  • Lara Croft was honoured with a star on San Francisco’s walk of game joining other videogame icons like Mario link Sonic the Hedgehog and halos Master Chief sadly the walkway was removed in 2012 and converted into a Target store number 101. Lara Croft dolls were released modeled on Lara Croft actress Angelina Jolie in 2001.
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