Miami, thank you for having me, it’s been an amazing weekend at #floridasupercon , meeting you guys was such a pleasure! Prepare for pic spam over the next few days on here and fb! #laracroft #tombraider #chunli #streetfighter
#laracroft going to be at #floridasupercon at some point this weekend :p
Will try to do a more authentic version! So much love for you, Miami ❤️
And you @pamelacosplay !
(This was a couple weeks ago 😋)
I think I was 13 when my father brought me my first TR, Tomb Raider II, so I could entertain myself because I was very ill and couldn’t almost move from my bed. I’d never played a videogame before. I’m a compulsive reader, but after half month in bed you get tired even of that. So I make an effort to sit before my PC and started to play. Wow. Just WOW.
“Look, Ana, she’s a girl like you”, Dad told me. And that was my motivation. She was a girl like me, and God, she did awesome things. She moved liked a ballerina, she was so graceful and flawless, with those amazing jumps and flips in the air… the weapons, the witty dialogues, the booby traps… but the best so far was the exploring. The beautiful scenarios, the rich historical and mythological background totally amazed me. It was blow-minding.
I’m still a reader, of course. Not that Tomb Raider make me lose my interest on books, travels and History. In fact, it was a reinforcement. She made me feel alive. She made me feel stronger. She was a powerful inspiration, for her independence, her cleverness, and her sarcasm. Classic and TRAOD Lara has been, and it’s still, my role model. I’m a History teacher and I had no shame in attending university lectures with Lara Croft images on my portfolios. I was proud of her, because she was a part of me. Every time I felt -and still feeling- down or weak before life challenges, I remember Lara Croft and what she taught me: to deal with everything and face challenges with self-esteem and pride.
First, just to put it out there, I LOVE this game so far! So this is by no means a factor to not get the game. It’s totally worth it!
The first mention worthy flaw I found on Rise of the Tomb Raider that just came out for PS4. Since this game was out a year ago on Xbox, I’m surprised to find this. :P I put together a quick Photoshop version to clarify what I mean since I’m more of a visual person. This is still at the beginning of the game.