Talk:Tomb Raider

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Custom Jeep for movie[edit]

I found out that Jeep made a custom Wrangler for the Movie "The Cradle of Life", but I'm judging whether or not it's worth adding.


Here's what I wrote in case any of you decide this is worth adding: "During the production of The Cradle of Life, Jeep was assigned to make a specialized Jeep Wrangler for the movie. It was basically a custom Jeep Wrangler with attachments to improve durability and lighting. It was later marketed as a custom Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Tomb Raider edition, and its sales hinged on the success of the movie. "

Mac versions of Tomb Raider[edit]

There is no information regarding Tomb Raider video game releases for Macintosh computers. This link could be used as a reference unless anyone else has better information. It has release dates and publisher information.


This is a British subject and so will people stop changing to US spelling. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 14:36, 15 November 2014‎ (UTC)

  • Personally, I don't care, but the word Theater (or Theatre) is spelled two different ways in two different paragraphs. Pick one spelling for the various words and stick with it. As to "Domestic" vs "US"... again, where was the movie made? If it was made in Hollywood, then the term "Domestic" is appropriate, if not necessarily more correct. US is certainly less ambiguous. Again, how do other pages do it? This should be consistent with how other articles spell and label things. -- TomXP411[Talk] 21:38, 3 December 2014 (UTC)

    • I've made some repairs, and made a note below. MrMarmite (talk) 22:49, 15 February 2015 (UTC)

Edit request[edit]

Not sure what brought this level of protection on, but oh well ...

We now have additional information on the upcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider, which per consensus is still included here prior to separation into its own article. Microsoft Studios, as part of its exclusivity deal, will publish the game for its consoles.

The following sentence:

The game is set for a holiday 2015 release for Xbox 360 and Xbox One,[17] with a release on other platforms possible after an unspecified date.[18]

Should be replaced as suggested here:

The game is to be published by Microsoft Studios and is scheduled for a holiday 2015 release for Xbox 360 and Xbox One,[new reference][17] with a release on other platforms possible after an unspecified date.[18]

Source: <ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Rise of the Tomb Raider Will be Published by Microsoft|author=Rob Crossley||publisher=CBS Interactive, Inc.|date=9 December 2014|accessdate=9 December 2014}}</ref>

--McDoobAU93 14:57, 9 December 2014 (UTC)

Doesn't seem controversial. Yes check.svg Done — Martin (MSGJ · talk) 21:49, 9 December 2014 (UTC)

British Spelling[edit]

As is indicated at the top of this page, and is common throughout all TR articles, UK spelling and date formats should be used. I have repaired these herein, and will wait for a bot to complete the in-reference dates. Please do not change back to US spellings. Thanks MrMarmite (talk) 22:48, 15 February 2015 (UTC)