Developers and publishers love their games. In fact, they often supposedly love them even if deep down inside, they really don’t. That’s kind of how marketing works. However, Square Enix took this concept to the next level by claiming Tomb Raider will be the best game this generation.

In a move that’s certain to surprise nobody, Square Enix U.S. President Mark Fischer praised the game up and down, stating the following:

“I can look you in the eye and tell you, honest to goodness, we want this to be the best game of the generation. And the time that we’re giving it is going to allow that to happen. Look, you’re going to see the game at E3. Tell me if you think I’m blowing smoke your way. It’s really that good.”

I have a feeling Square Enix is going to regret that, based on the copious amounts of hate-mail they’ll receive if the game releases and doesn’t turn out to be the second coming.


Michael Urban
Now an occasional contributer, Michael Urban is the former Editor-in-Chief at OnlySP and has the nickname "Breadcrab" for reasons his therapist still doesn't understand. From the moment he first got hacked in Runescape, he's been uninterested in multiplayer games and has pursued the beauty of the single-player experience, especially in terms of story and creative design. His hobbies include reading, writing, singing in the shower, pretending to be productive, and providing info and feedback regarding the games industry. It is an industry, right? You can ask him a question or send him spam at [email protected] Also, follow him on Twitter or the terrorists win. (@MichaelUrban1)

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  1. The little trailer from GTTV has me excited, can't wait to see what comes next.

  2. The little trailer from GTTV has me excited, can’t wait to see what comes next.

    1. The trailer from last year? Or is there a more recent one?

      1.  There's just a little teaser that was released a few days ago, a full trailer is coming on the 31st

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