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    Random: The OG Tomb Raider Seems Superb On Recreation Boy Advance


    Picture: via Timur Gagiev on YouTube

    The Recreation Boy Advance – a 32-bit handheld system launched in 2001 – managed to get some 3D-like video games up and operating, however we do not assume we ever noticed one which regarded this superb throughout its lifetime.

    Presenting ‘OpenLara’ – aka the unique Tomb Raider sport operating on the Recreation Boy Advance. It is at present in alpha, however as you’ll be able to see it is maybe among the best-looking 3D ever proven on the system. Even the framerate is kind of spectacular.

    As famous by one GBA fanatic, the “fully-3D, articulated character mannequin” makes it appear “mild years forward” of the rest that is been achieved earlier than. Others famous the way it ran higher than Nokia’s N-Gage model. In response to the creator Timur ‘XProger’ Gagiev, the plan is to proceed to optimise this model extra, and possibly even launch it on the DS in time.

    You’ll be able to learn extra concerning the OpenLara undertaking over on the Tomb Raider forums. OpenLara has additionally been proven off operating on platforms just like the Switch, Xbox and even the 3DO.

    Whereas the primary Tomb Raider in its authentic type is not formally out there on Nintendo platforms, later this yr, Sq. Enix will likely be releasing a two-in-one pack on Switch containing the Tomb Raider spin-offs, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.

    What do you consider the above effort? Go away a remark down under.

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