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Old 29-04-22, 15:08   #421
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Natla Technologies is referenced in the TR Experience

https://imgur.com/a/WQqxr4G
Meh, I need Janice standing in between rooms and saying her mythical phrase: "move along mon cherie, you make the place look crowded"
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Old 29-04-22, 19:47   #422
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The number is blocked out. Do you think the live experience could have some references to the future games or maybe even snippets of the unified universe? I would to see next gen Natla lol
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Old 29-04-22, 21:15   #423
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Dang man, they're really going hard for this event. I wasn't even expecting it to be this hype when I brought my ticket. Exciting stuff.
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Old 29-04-22, 23:25   #424
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I fully expect a return of Natla in the next game now
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Old 30-04-22, 01:46   #425
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I kinda expected the budget to be massive. All the adults look too big for this and everything seems to small and cramped. Its giving me McDonalds jungle gym vibes (back when McDonalds had playgrounds)
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Old 30-04-22, 10:35   #426
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Tell me you've never been to an escape room without telling me you've never been to an escape room.
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Old 30-04-22, 13:32   #427
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Tell me you've never been to an escape room without telling me you've never been to an escape room.


The experience looks amazing. I did, however, read a first review saying that it's not so much of a mental rather than a physical experience. You take the role of a Lara's student, wich is absolutely amazing and something that makes a lot of sense for a future plot.

Edit: This is exacly what says: The puzzles themselves are more practical problem solving than mentally taxing

Seems like an amazing experience though, I'd love to go with some of you lads
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Well Tomb Raider isn't just about puzzle solving so it made a lot of sense, I have read a review stating there were too many puzzles and not enough time to solve them
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Old 30-04-22, 19:45   #429
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I literally live a tube ride away from this.

I do really want to go, just gotta find some friends to go with as I believe it’s teams of 8 required so if you’re not in an 8 you’ll be put with others.

I also believe off the top of my head it’s like £60/£70 to take part which is pretty pricey when you look at similar experiences and escape rooms etc. At least the ones I remember prices of any way
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Old 30-04-22, 20:25   #430
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I kinda expected the budget to be massive. All the adults look too big for this and everything seems to small and cramped. Its giving me McDonalds jungle gym vibes (back when McDonalds had playgrounds)
Honestly, I think it looks like a lot of fun. I just thought it would be a bit less low budget looking.
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