Voices of Lara Croft. Video Interview with Shelley Blond and Jonell Elliott
Shelley Blond was Lara’s original voice in the very first Tomb Raider game while Jonell Elliott voiced Lara in the last games by Core Design, Tomb Raider 4-6. Hear their story in this first joint video interview.
My podcast debut! I was invited by Richard Moss to talk about the importance of the preservation of unpublished games. The Life & Times of Video Games is an award-nominated documentary audio series about video games and the video game industry — as they were in the past, and how they came to be the […]
[Video] Exploring Atlantis: What’s on that platform? Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition
Atlantis is one of the levels in the cancelled Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition. Currently, we are unable to visit the top platform due to bugs in the alpha version of the game but I’ll show you what’s there using 3D software!
[Video] Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition Main Menu
Music: Dean Kopri Voice: Shelley Blond This is Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition’s main menu as discovered and restored by Gh0stblade. It’s currently not functional. All latest Tomb Raider: 10th Anniversary Edition developments (including playable build) are here: trae.tomb-of-ash.com
Each year Manchester Prestige Awards invite the general public as well as readers of the Corporate LiveWire and LTG publications to put forward companies, products, services and individuals who they feel are deserving of recognition. This year Tomb of Ash was named the Entertainment Media Blog of the Year!
Manchester Prestige Awards
Entertainment Media Blog of the Year
Our Lara’s Diary: Baba Yaga video is nominated for the Royal Television Society Award!
We’ ve once again been approached by Future plc to help them with their special 200 issue of GamesTM Magazine. They wanted to explore the original Tomb Raider in a special feature article. We also got a mention 😉
We are delighted that Tomb Raider 20th Anniversary Celebrations at PLAY Expo, which we helped to co-organise, got a community award from Crystal Dynamics:
“An exceptional live event, that brought the gamers together in-person and online”
Liverpool John Moores University’s World of Work career centre published a story about Tomb of Ash and our trip to E3. LJMU’s World of Work Programme is a globally unique initiative which aims to make graduates most valued by employers.