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Tomb Raider is a media franchise consisting of action-adventure games, comic books, novels, theme park rides, and films, centring on the adventures of the female fictional British archaeologist Lara Croft. Since the release of the original Tomb Raider in 1996, the series developed into a franchise of the same name, and Lara went on to become a major icon of the video game industry. The Guinness Book of World Records has recognised Lara Croft as the "Most Successful Human Videogame Heroine" in 2006. Six games in the series were developed by Core Design, and the latest four by Crystal Dynamics. The games were first published by Eidos Interactive; Eidos became part of Square Enix on 22 April 2009. Square Enix owns the rights to the Tomb Raider trademark and characters of the franchise.[1] Three films, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life and Tomb Raider, have been produced. The first two star American actress Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft, the third Swedish actress Alicia Vikander.[2]

The Tomb Raider video games have together sold over 45 million units,[3][4] making it one of the best-selling video game series of all time.[5]

Overview[edit]

Year Title Developer Platform(s)
Console Computer Handheld Mobile
1996 Tomb Raider Core Design Sega Saturn, PS1 Windows, MS-DOS, Mac OS N-Gage iOS, Android
1997 Tomb Raider II PS1 Windows, Mac OS iOS, Android
1998 Tomb Raider III PS1 Windows, Mac OS
1999 Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation PS1, Dreamcast Windows, Mac OS
2000 Tomb Raider GBC
Tomb Raider Chronicles PS1, Dreamcast Windows, Mac OS
2001 Tomb Raider: Curse of the Sword GBC
2002 Tomb Raider: The Prophecy GBA
2003 Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness PS2 Windows, Mac OS X
2006 Tomb Raider: Legend Crystal Dynamics PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360,
GameCube
Windows PSP, GBA, DS Java ME
2007 Tomb Raider: Anniversary PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii Windows, Mac OS X PSP
2008 Tomb Raider: Underworld PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii Windows, Mac OS X DS Java ME
2010 Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light PS3, Xbox 360 Windows iOS
2013 Tomb Raider PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android (Nvidia Shield TV)
2014 Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris PS4, Xbox One Windows
2015 Rise of the Tomb Raider PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider Eidos Montréal[6][7] PS4, Xbox One Windows

Video games[edit]

Main series[edit]

Title Details

Original release date(s):
  • EU: 22 November 1996
  • NA: 15 November 1996
Release years by system:
1996 - Sega Saturn, MS-DOS, PlayStation, Pocket PC
1998 - Mac OS (as Tomb Raider Gold)
2003 - N-Gage
2009 - PlayStation Network (PS3, PSP)
2013 - iOS
2015 - Android
Notes:
  • Charts: US-No.1, UK-No.1
  • An expansion pack called Tomb Raider: Unfinished Business (known as Shadow of the Cat in North America) was released in 1998 on Windows and Mac



Original release date(s):
  • EU: 19 November 1997
  • NA: 18 November 1997
Release years by system:
1997 - PlayStation, Windows
1998 - Mac OS
2009 - PlayStation Network (PS3, PSP)
2014 - iOS
2015 - Android
Notes:



Original release date(s):
  • EU: December 1998
  • NA: 21 November 1998
Release years by system:
1998 - PlayStation, Windows
1999 - Mac OS
2009 - PlayStation Network (PS3, PSP)
Notes:



Original release date(s):
  • EU: November 1999
  • NA: 22 November 1999
  • JP: 19 July 2000
Release years by system:
1999 - PlayStation, Windows
2000 - Dreamcast, Mac OS
2009 - PlayStation Network (PS3, PSP)
Notes:



Original release date(s):
  • NA: November 2000
Release years by system:
2000 - Dreamcast, Windows, PlayStation
2011 - PlayStation Network (PS3, PSP)
Notes:
  • Charts: US-No.16, UK-No.10
  • In late 2000, Eidos released the Tomb Raider Level Editor (The Windows version features a disc with the Tomb Raider Editor).



Original release date(s):
  • NA: 20 June 2003
Release years by system:
2003 - PlayStation 2, Windows, Mac OS
Notes:
  • Charts: US-No.27, UK-No.2[8]



Original release date(s):
  • EU: 7 April 2006
  • NA: 11 April 2006
Release years by system:
2006 - PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox 360, Windows, PSP, GCN
2011 - PlayStation 3
Notes:

Reboot of the franchise

  • Charts: US,-No.2, UK-No.1, EU-No.2

There are also some other versions based on the game:

  • Tomb Raider: Legend (2006) - a 2D version for the Game Boy Advance
  • Tomb Raider: Legend (2006) - a 2.5D version for the Nintendo DS
  • Tomb Raider: Legend (2006) - ExEn/Java



Original release date(s):
  • EU: 1 June 2007
  • NA: 5 June 2007
  • JP: 27 March 2008
Release years by system:
2007 - PlayStation 2, PSP, Xbox 360, Windows, Wii
2008 - Mac OS X
2011 - PlayStation 3
Notes:
  • 10th Anniversary Edition remake of the original Tomb Raider.[9]



Original release date(s):
  • NA: 18 November 2008
  • EU: 21 November 2008
  • AU: 5 December 2008
Release years by system:
2008 - PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, Wii, Nintendo DS
2009 - PlayStation 2
2012 - Mac OS X
Notes:
  • Charts: US-No.19, UK-No.1, EU-No.15

There are also two more downloadable levels:

  • Beneath the Ashes - released on 24 February 2009 as a downloadable content for Xbox 360
  • Lara's Shadow - released on 10 March 2009 as a downloadable content for Xbox 360



Original release date(s):
  • WW: 5 March 2013
Release years by system:
2013 - PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows
2014 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac OS X

2016 - Linux
2017 - Android (Nvidia Shield TV)

Notes:

Reboot of the franchise[10]

  • Charts: US-No.1, UK-No.1



Original release date(s):
  • WW: 10 November 2015
Release years by system:
2015 - Xbox 360, Xbox One
2016 - PlayStation 4, Windows
2018 - Mac OS, Linux
Notes:

Sequel to the 2013 Reboot



Original release date(s):
  • WW: 14 September 2018
Release years by system:
2018 - Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows
Notes:

Third installment of the 2013 Reboot series


Mobile and spin-off games[edit]

These games are not part of the main series as they are either handheld, mobile or spin-off games.

Year Title Platform
2000 Tomb Raider Game Boy Color
2001 Tomb Raider: Curse of the Sword
2002 Tomb Raider: The Prophecy Game Boy Advance
2003 Tomb Raider: The Osiris Codex Java ME
2004 Tomb Raider: Quest for Cinnabar
Tomb Raider: Elixir of Life
2006 Tomb Raider: Puzzle Paradox
Tomb Raider: The Action Adventure DVD player
2010 Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, iOS
2013 Lara Croft: Reflections iOS[11]
2014 Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows
2015 Lara Croft: Relic Run iOS, Android, Windows Phone
Lara Croft Go iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Windows
PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, macOS, Linux (2016)

The Tomb Raider Trilogy[edit]

The Tomb Raider Trilogy is a collection of the three second era Tomb Raider games: Tomb Raider: Legend, Tomb Raider: Anniversary and Tomb Raider: Underworld. It was released on 22 March 2011 in North America and 25 March 2011 in Europe exclusively on PlayStation 3 as part of the Classics HD line.[12] The games were originally developed by Crystal Dynamics, in association with Buzz Monkey Software and Nixxes Software BV, and were ported to the PS3 by Buzz Monkey Software.[13]

The collection includes the PlayStation 2 versions of Legend and Anniversary remastered in high definition plus Underworld, which was previously released on the PS3 in 2008, all on one Blu-ray Disc. Also included is PlayStation Network Trophy support, bonus Lara Croft and Viking Thrall avatars for use in PlayStation Home, a theme pack for the XrossMediaBar and making-of videos.[14][15]

The two downloadable episodes available for the Xbox 360 version of Underworld are not included, and Crystal Dynamics has no current plans to make them available on PS3. The Angel of Darkness, the first Tomb Raider game to be released on the PS2, is also not included in the collection as it was developed by Core Design rather than Crystal Dynamics and has no relation to the story told in Legend, Anniversary and Underworld.

Level Editor[edit]

The Tomb Raider Level Editor, Room Editor, is a tool released by Eidos Interactive with the video game Tomb Raider Chronicles in late 2000. Later, it was made available free to download from the Internet. Since then it has enabled players to design new levels of their own, set in locations from the original games or in new locations.

The Action Adventure[edit]

An interactive DVD was released by Bright Entertainment under license from Eidos in 2006, called Tomb Raider: The Action Adventure. The game takes advantage of standard DVD player audiovisual capabilities, and the remote control. It has puzzles and action elements, while the story is based on The Angel of Darkness.

Films[edit]

There were initially two film adaptations made in the early 2000s that starred Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in 2001 and its sequel, The Cradle of Life, in 2003. While both films were financially successful, neither of them were well-received by critics. A reboot starring Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft was released on 16 March 2018, which in turn was better received.[16]

In 2015, Adrian Askarieh, producer of the Hitman films, stated that he hoped to oversee a shared universe of Square Enix films with Just Cause, Hitman, Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, and Thief, but admitted that he does not have the rights to Tomb Raider.[17] In May 2017, the Game Central reporters at Metro UK suggested that the shared universe was unlikely, pointing out that no progress had been made on any Just Cause, Deus Ex nor Thief films.[18]

A short film called Tomb Raider: The Trilogy was produced in 1998 by Silver Films for the Tomb Raider III launch party, the film was not screened outside the event at the Natural History Museum in London. Producer Janey de Nordwall, who recently found the original digibeta tape, released the short film on the Tomb Raider YouTube page in 2016.[19][20] Lara Croft makes a minor appearance in the 2018 film Ready Player One.[21]

Feature films
Film Release date Director(s) Screenwriter(s) Story by Producer(s) Initial distributor(s)
Original series
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 15 June 2001 (2001-06-15) Simon West Patrick Massett, John Zinman Sara B. Cooper, Mike Werb, Michael Colleary, Simon West Lawrence Gordon, Lloyd Levin, Colin Wilson Paramount Pictures
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life 25 July 2003 (2003-07-25) Jan de Bont Dean Georgaris Steven E. de Souza, James V. Hart Lawrence Gordon, Lloyd Levin
Reboot
Tomb Raider 16 March 2018 (2018-03-16) Roar Uthaug Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Alastair Siddons Evan Daugherty, Geneva Robertson-Dworet Graham King Warner Bros.

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)[edit]

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life (2003)[edit]

Tomb Raider (2018)[edit]

Rumours of a third film adaptation appeared in 2007, and it was announced in 2009.[22][23] The film rights were acquired by GK Films in 2011, and in 2015 it was confirmed that a director was attached to the project, and that it would be developed by GK Films, Warner Bros. and MGM. The film is a reboot, showing Lara's first adventure and is based on the 2013 video game with Lara searching for her father.[24][25][26] On 28 April 2016, it was announced by Variety that Alicia Vikander had been cast as Lara Croft in the reboot.[27][28] On 7 December 2016, Variety reported that Walton Goggins had been cast as the film's villain. He told Collider that his character is confused, angry, and desperate. He later called the plot "Raiders of the Lost Ark meets a genre version of the Joseph Conrad novel Victory: An Island Tale".[29][30][31] On 11 January 2017, Variety reports that Daniel Wu is cast as Lu Ren, a ship captain who will join forces with the adventurous Lara Croft on her quest to find her father.[32] The film was scheduled to start filming in January 2017, with a release date of 16 March 2018.[33] Filming began on 23 January 2017.[34] Adrian Askarieh told IGN in an interview that he may oversee a film universe with Just Cause, Hitman, Tomb Raider, Deus Ex and Thief.[35]

Reception[edit]

Box office performance
Film Release date Budget Box office gross Ref(s)
North America Other
territories
Worldwide
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 15 June 2001 $115,000,000 $131,168,070 $143,535,270 $274,703,340 [36]
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life 25 July 2003 $95,000,000 $65,660,196 $90,845,192 $156,505,388 [37]
Tomb Raider 16 March 2018 $94,000,000 $57,421,715 $216,100,000 $273,521,715 [38]
Total $304,000,000 $254,249,981 $450,480,462 $704,730,443
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Critical and public response
Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 20% (157 reviews)[39] 33 (31 reviews)[40] B[41]
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life 25% (171 reviews)[42] 43 (34 reviews)[43] B-[41]
Tomb Raider 49% (236 reviews)[44] 48 (53 reviews)[45] B[41]

Television[edit]

In 2007, an animated series based on the character was produced and broadcast by GameTap as part of a series of re-imaginings of popular video game series. Titled Revisioned: Tomb Raider, the series ran between May and June 2007. Multiple noted animators and writers were involved with the series, including Peter Chung, Warren Ellis, Gail Simone and Jim Lee.[46] While the production team had great creative freedom, they were given a basic guideline for the character by the developers so that Lara would not do anything out of character.[47]

Soundtracks[edit]

Several soundtrack albums have been released over the course of the franchise's history. Initially, music from the game was only released on promotional samplers. However, the 2013 reboot and its 2015 sequel received full soundtrack releases. Additionally, there has been at least one album release for each of the three Tomb Raider films.

Year Title Composer(s) Notes
1999 Tomb Raider: Toutes Les Musiques Nathan McCree Promotional release included with the French magazine Total Play, issue 14. Includes music from Tomb Raider, II and III.[48]
2001 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Various artists
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – Original Motion Picture Score Graeme Revell
2003 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Various artists
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life (Original Motion Picture Score) Alan Silvestri
2002/03 Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness (Collector's Edition) Soundtrack Peter Connelly, Martin Iveson Promotional album released on a bonus DVD with Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness in 2002 and as a standalone CD album in 2003.
2007 Tomb Raider: Anniversary (Collector's Edition) Soundtrack Troels Brun Folmann Promotional album released with the Tomb Raider: Anniversary Collector's Edition, which includes music from Tomb Raider: Legend.
2008 Tomb Raider: Underworld (Limited Edition) Soundtrack Colin O'Malley Promotional album featured on Tomb Raider: Underworld's limited edition release.
2013 Tomb Raider – Original Soundtrack Jason Graves
2015 Rise of the Tomb Raider – Original Game Soundtrack Bobby Tahouri
2018 Tomb Raider – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Tom Holkenborg Soundtrack album for the 2018 reboot film.

Comics[edit]

Beginning in 1997, Lara Croft was featured in multiple comics produced by Top Cow Productions. Her first appearance is a cameo in Witchblade. She later appeared in a titular comic book series which ran for fifty issues from 1999 to 2005. An attempt by Top Cow to restart the comic in 2007 stalled due to licensing issues.[49][50][51] A new comic book series began in 2014, set within the 2013 reboot's continuity and bridging the narrative gap between the reboot and its sequel.[52]

Novels[edit]

Four official novels have also been written. The first three, set within the original timeline, were published between 2003 and 2005. The first novel, The Amulet of Power, was set after the events of The Last Revelation, while its sequels The Lost Cult and The Man of Bronze are set after the first novel.[53][54][55] Another novel set within the 2013 reboot timeline, Tomb Raider: The Ten Thousand Immortals, was published in 2014 as a continuation of the original story.[56] A fifth book, titled Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever, also written by Dan Abnett and Nik Vincent was published in late 2016, and is a stand-alone adventure.[57]

Year Title Author(s) Publisher
2003 The Amulet of Power Mike Resnick Del Rey
2004 The Lost Cult E. E. Knight
The Man of Bronze James Alan Gardner
2014 Tomb Raider: The Ten Thousand Immortals Dan Abnett, Nik Vincent Brady Games
2016 Lara Croft and the Blade of Gwynnever Dan Abnett Prima Games

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