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Thursday, June 27th 2002, 8:46pm

U think they should make Tomb Raider a TV series?

Well, What u think? Should they make a Tomb Raider TV series? Post u' thinks. Plez Respond. PPPPPLLLLLLEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thursday, June 27th 2002, 8:58pm

Well I'm not sure, to make it a good quality show it would be much to expensive I think. Besides the movie wasn't that good, and we don't want a whole series to ruin everything.

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Thursday, June 27th 2002, 10:16pm

There was a short running rip off of TR on USA TV on UPN.
It was called relic hunter and it sucked. I'm glad it's not on anymore.
If they made another, I hope it would be managed by the
people who have made the game. And have it all graffics instead
of people, that would add an interest. :borg:
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Friday, June 28th 2002, 6:58pm

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Maybe u're right about it being too expensive, but it would still make a good show. :roll: Different adventures. Different vilans for Lara to kill and such. :wink: :wink: :D It's always good to see a little blowy uppy every once and a while.

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Friday, June 28th 2002, 8:24pm

Actually, it probably wouldn't be too expensive considering
you would only pay for voices instead of actors and computer
grafics are getting better and cheeper every year. :wink:
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Friday, June 28th 2002, 8:40pm

Thats correct, I like the idea. But I guess now the "movie company" would have to pay Eidos to much money ;-)

I really would like that.

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Friday, June 28th 2002, 10:37pm

It would ber worth it if they did a good job,
every boy this side of the univers who ever
like Lara would be glued to the TV screen.
Hehehe
I could just see my brother now... :o
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Saturday, June 29th 2002, 9:36pm

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yes I do think tomb raider should be on tv.
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Saturday, June 29th 2002, 9:37pm

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yes I do think tomb raider should be on tv.
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Sunday, June 30th 2002, 10:26am

I agree with you. It would be cool to see a show
with her in it. But I still think it could go longer and
be more successful if it were an animated show.
Either cartoon or digital. What do you think?
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Sunday, June 30th 2002, 12:12pm

I agree, a digital series would be much better than real life... Because who is going to play Lara, it was difficult enough to get someone for the movie. And I guess Angelina would be to expensive.

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Sunday, June 30th 2002, 8:14pm

Yeah, not to mention people age but animation doesn't.
Look how long Scooby Doo and Loony Tunes have been
running!
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Sunday, June 30th 2002, 8:24pm

animation gets "younger". I mean the computers are getting better and better, everything is looking more real than ever.

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Sunday, June 30th 2002, 8:28pm

Too true. I really like the animation with the computer generated
background. The background moves as well and it gives the
art a sereal look. :o
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Tuesday, July 2nd 2002, 1:10am

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I like both ideas, computer generated and cartoons. But think of all the work they would have to do if they had to hire actors. It would be enough to drive the casting director crazy! :ouch:

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Tuesday, July 2nd 2002, 5:22am

Hehehe
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Tuesday, July 2nd 2002, 10:38am

How about they take a real background for he computer animated characters. At least the movig stone statues in the movie looked real. They might have to wait a few years till people look more real. And I guess it would be more work to film the real environment, but it might be worth a try.

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Tuesday, July 2nd 2002, 11:02am

There is already that kind of tec. stuff. There is a game,
D.O.A.2 (Dead or Alive Two) for PS2 that is very well put together
in both backgronds and the charaters themselves. There
is one level that is set with a forest in the background and
a stream going through the middle of the arena. When a
character goes through the stream and kicks or even moves a
foot through the water, it splashes and sparkles like water,
not paint like in a lot of games. Check it out.
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Wednesday, July 3rd 2002, 9:20am

PS2 is still a bit expensive, I think. (Don't know about the US but here... :roll: )

I think I'll wait for my PC to get faster... problem is: the more stuff I actually plug into it, the slower it gets... :D But a new graphic board would sure be nice.

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Thursday, July 4th 2002, 3:37am

Yeah, I got a 3D accelerator not too long ago but it made a real diff
when it came to games like Diablo and Half Life. How expensive
is a PS2 there? Here it's $300 and games go for about $50-70.
That's why we got the console and rent most games. When you
can spend a buck a day and beat it in ten days then take it back,
that's a good deal. We own three games for it, Soalreaver 2, SSX,
and Tony Hawk 2. There aren't that many games out that are worth
owning right now. It was the same way with PS. We'd rent or buy used
because it wasn't worth it to buy new. My bro and I are both good at games.
I'm better at RPG and somewhat into action like TR and some fighting games.
He's really good at all kinds. I don't like buying games I beat in a week.
Anyone with me?
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