Rhianna Pratchett

I was 17 in 1996 when the first Tomb Raider game appeared and I’d been crying out for busty females who were fit and adventurous
This is a Lara who is doubtful of herself and repentant for killing - not that that stops her killing more and more enemies in an expanding variety of ways. This has been the cost of connecting more to her human side.
We're still at the start of games as a medium in some ways. Have video gamers played their (sign) 'Citizen Kane', yet? A
With Tomb Raider being released next week, I recently had the opportunity to talk with Rhianna Pratchett about her role in writing the new game, recreating Lara, Jaffa Cakes, Moomins and a whole lot more.
When Rhianna Pratchett was a little girl, she wanted to be a writer. Or a mermaid. Today she is an award-winning scriptwriter, story editor and - a term that she coined - a narrative paramedic for videogames.