June 13, 2016

Square Enix Presents #TombRaider20 Top Tombs Live from E3

Square Enix Presents will be streaming live from E3 this week. The main Square Enix press conference starts tomorrow (Tuesday, June 14) at 11:45 PDT. The Tomb Raider segment, #TombRaider20: Top Tombs, a nostalgic episode focusing on favorite levels from past Tomb Raider titles, will be tomorrow (Tuesday) from 1-1:30 pm PDT.

Tune in live on Twitch or YouTube:

UPDATE: The stream is finished now. You can find archived video on Square Enix's Twitch Channel. The TR segment begins at 01:29:06.

The Twitch and YouTube chat scroll way too fast for decent conversation, so if you want to chat during the event, I will be hanging out on Twitter as usual. Follow me @stellalune and/or the #TombRaider20 hashtag.

For details on the entire Square Enix E3 lineup visit Square Enix Presents. Hope to see you tomorrow!

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  1. My List:

    01. Tomb Raider: St. Francis' Folly
    02. Tomb Raider II: Opera House
    03. Tomb Raider Unfinished Business: Never Played :(
    04. Tomb Raider III (Single, best game of all time, by far!): RX-Tech Mines
    05. Tomb Raider The Golden Mask: Never Played :(
    06. Tomb Raider The Last Revelation: The Interconnected Cairo Levels (From City of the Dead to Street Bazaar)
    07. Tomb Raider The Lost Artifact: It's a Madhouse!
    08. Tomb Raider Color: Only Played It a Little :(
    09. Tomb Raider Chronicles: Red Alert!
    10. Tomb Raider Curse of the Sword: Docks
    11. Tomb Raider The Prophecy: Never Played
    12. Tomb Raider The Angel of Darkness: The Hall of Seasons (Plus the 4 Sub-levels)
    13. Tomb Raider Legend: Croft Manor
    14. Tomb Raider Anniversary: St. Francis' Folly (Surprise!)
    15. Tomb Raider Underworld: Southern Mexico
    16. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light: Fiery Depths
    17. Tomb Raider 2013: I would never, ever, touch this game!
    18. Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris: Finished it, but was very disappointed by it.
    19. Rise of the Tomb Raider: I regret to say, I got carried away by the hype train and bought the game. I tried VERY HARD to like it! The first time I was playing the Logging Camp area of the Soviet Installation, I thought the game is showing potential and I'm going to like it more and more. But the more I played it, the less I liked it, and after playing about 60% through the game, I quit in extreme frustration. :(

    1. Thanks for the comment, Siavash. Great choices! There are so many levels and so many games that it's pretty much impossible to choose just a few favorites. If you can possibly get your hands on Unfinished Business and The Golden Mask, I highly recommend. They have some of the best levels in the classic games, IMO.

      And I know Rise of the Tomb Raider is not for everyone, but I really enjoyed it. I've been playing it a lot lately while working on my walkthrough, and it's become one of my favorites of the new games.

    2. Thank you for your reply, Stella. I agree, there are so, so many good levels, that it's really hard to pin down one level per game. Beside the level's I've mentioned in my list, there are many others which I love! I'd still be interested to see how such a list by you would look like. :) Also, thank you for your comment on Rise of the Tomb Raider. Interesting! Could you please go a little bit into detail with why you like the game so much?

    3. Oh, I forgot to say: I'd love to play Unfinished Business and Golden Mask! Unfortunately, they are neither available on GOG nor on Steam. They are in the smartphone version, but I don't find it very comfortable to play them on my smartphone.

    4. You can download both for free from my site and install them with GOG or Steam versions. Since they were free originally, this is totally legal and not too complicated to do. Here are links:



    5. I will try to make a list but I don't think I could narrow it down to just one level from each game!

    6. Great! Thank you for the links! Also, I'd like to see your list, but please, don't make it complicated for yourself; I wouldn't want you to invest more time in it than you can afford. :)