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BlackBerry DevCon Highlights: Alex Caccia of Marmalade shows off Lara Croft and The Guardian of Light

By Adam Zeis on 21 Oct 2011 08:03 pm EDT
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During the BlackBerry DevCon general session keynote, Alex Caccia of Marmalade took some time to show off a bit of what the BlackBerry PlayBook can do. It seemed that much of the keynote was about gaming on the PlayBook and here we got a good look at the upcoming Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. I for one and super pumped to check this game out in full as I've been a big Tomb Raider fan for years. The gameplay looks amazing and I'm hoping it will be a hit. Check out the video above for more.

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BlackBerry DevCon Highlights: Alex Caccia of Marmalade shows off Lara Croft and The Guardian of Light

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You beat me to it - that's exactley what I thought when I saw it displayed during the keynote. Another promise of what's coming sometime, somewhere, in 60 days, in 120 days, in summer....and....and...and..and...and.

If it's anything like what happened to Samaura II: Vengenace from Union which was demo'd in the early days of the Playbook, we should expect to see this a year from now. :(

Yeah, but it will play better on a 7" tablet than a clipboard sized one.

Sony Play station? Not clipboard size.
Amazon Book Reader-Kindle fire? Not clipboard size.

I love playing NOVA 2 on my Playbook. Better than on a clipboard with a single speaker and slower processor.

Playbook wins!