List of Crystal Dynamics video games

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Crystal Dynamics is an American video game developer that was founded in 1992 by Judy Lang, Madaline Canepa and Dave Morris. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, Crystal Dynamics was the first licensed developer for Panasonic's original 3DO console, a gaming hardware platform founded by Kleiner Perkins. [1] Their first release, Crash N Burn , was a launch game for the system and was included as a pack-in game with the console. [2] The 3DO's launch during the 1993 Christmas season was a commercial failure, severely damaging Crystal Dynamics' software strategy. [1] In 1994, the company became a publisher for two new gaming platforms, the PlayStation and the Sega Saturn. [1] The studio was acquired by Eidos Interactive, a British video game publisher, in 1998. After Square Enix acquired Eidos in 2009, Crystal Dynamics became a subsidiary of Square Enix. [3]

Crystal Dynamics, Inc. is an American video game developer that was founded in 1992 by Judy Lang, Madeline Canepa and Dave Morse. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, it was acquired by Eidos Interactive in 1998. After Square Enix's acquisition of Eidos in 2009, it became a subsidiary of Square Enix. Crystal Dynamics was the first licensed developer for 3DO. The company's mascot was the video game character Gex the Gecko until 2000.

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Crystal Dynamics is best known for developing the Legacy of Kain and Gex series. [1] Although the first Legacy of Kain video game was developed by Silicon Knights, [4] Crystal Dynamics gained the rights to the franchise in 1998 [5] and developed four sequels between 1999 and 2003. In 2003, the studio took over the development of the best-selling Tomb Raider franchise [6] after its original developer, Core Design, failed to gain critical or commercial success with their later games. [7] [8] Crystal Dynamics' first Tomb Raider game, Tomb Raider: Legend , became a commercial success with 4.5 million copies sold as of February 2009. [9] Its sequel, Tomb Raider: Underworld , sold 2.6 million copies [9] and became the first game the studio developed for the PlayStation 3. Since 2003, the studio has focused development on the Tomb Raider franchise with the help of other studios such as Buzz Monkey Software and Nixxes Software. Crystal Dynamics has developed five games in the series, encompassing two reboots of the franchise. [10]

Legacy of Kain is a series of action-adventure video games primarily developed by Crystal Dynamics and published by Square Enix Europe. The first title, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, was created by Silicon Knights in association with Crystal Dynamics, but, after a legal battle, Crystal Dynamics retained the rights to the game's intellectual property, and continued its story with four sequels. To date, five games comprise the series, all initially developed for video game consoles and later ported to Microsoft Windows. Focusing on the eponymous character of Kain, a vampire antihero, each title features action, exploration and puzzle-solving, with some role-playing game elements.

<i>Gex</i> (series) platformer video game series

Gex is a platform video game trilogy, developed by Crystal Dynamics, that details the adventures of an anthropomorphic gecko named Gex. Gex has a passion for television, which makes him a target for the cybernetic being Emperor Rez, who is determined to overthrow The Media Dimension, the "world" of television. He has also served as the mascot of Crystal Dynamics, appearing on their company logo for several years until 2000. In the North American version, Gex is voiced by comedian Dana Gould throughout the entire series; the United Kingdom version features Dana Gould, Leslie Phillips and Danny John-Jules as Gex's voice throughout the series.

Silicon Knights video game developer

Silicon Knights was a Canadian video game developer. Founded in 1992 by Denis Dyack, the company was headquartered in St. Catharines, Ontario. Their games included ones for computers in their early stages, and after 1996, they moved to console titles. Dyack left Silicon Knights to form a new game studio, Precursor Games, after the loss of a court case against Epic Games over the game engine Unreal Engine 3. Epic Games won the case and a counter-suit for $4.45 million on grounds of copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and breach of contract. Following the case, Silicon Knights filed for bankruptcy on May 16, 2014.

Video games

As of December 2012, 36 video games have been developed by Crystal Dynamics. The following table showcases the corresponding title, release date, publisher and the platforms on which each game was released along with any other relevant information. A detailed overview of each game can be found in their corresponding articles.

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List of games developed by Crystal Dynamics
TitleRelease detailsPlatform(s)
Microsoft Nintendo Sega Sony Other
Crash N Burn [11]
  • Genre: Racing
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1993
3DO
Total Eclipse [12]
  • Genre: Simulation
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1994
PlayStation3DO
Off-World Interceptor [13]
  • Genre: Shooter
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1994
SaturnPlayStation3DO
The Horde [14]
  • Genre: Strategy
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1994
Windows Saturn 3DO
Gex [15] [lower-alpha 1]
  • Genre: Platform
  • Publishers: BMG Interactive
  • Release date: April 1995
WindowsSaturn PlayStation 3DO
Samurai Shodown [16]
  • Genre: Fighting
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1995
3DO
Solar Eclipse [17]
  • Genre: Shooter
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1995
Saturn
Slam 'N Jam [18] [lower-alpha 2]
  • Genre: Sports
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: 1995
3DO
Slam 'N Jam '96 featuring Magic and Kareem [19]
  • Genre: Sports
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: August 9, 1996
SaturnPlayStation
Blazing Dragons [20]
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: October 31, 1996
SaturnPlayStation
3D Baseball [21]
  • Genre: Sports
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: October 31, 1996
SaturnPlayStation
Pandemonium [22] [lower-alpha 3]
  • Genre: Platform
  • Publishers: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: October 31, 1996
WindowsSaturnPlayStation N-Gage
Pandemonium 2 [23]
  • Genre: Platform
  • Publishers: Midway Games
  • Release date: September 30, 1997
WindowsPlayStation
Gex: Enter the Gecko [24]
  • Genre: Platform
  • Publishers: Midway Games
  • Release date: January 1998
Windows N64 PlayStation
Akuji the Heartless [25]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: December 31, 1998
PlayStation
Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko [26] [lower-alpha 4]
  • Genre: Platform
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: March 1, 1999
N64 PlayStation
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver [27] [lower-alpha 5]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: August 16, 1999
Windows Dreamcast PlayStation
Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour [28] [lower-alpha 6]
  • Genre: Racing
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: March 23, 2000
Windows GBC DreamcastPlayStation
102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue [29] [lower-alpha 7]
  • Genre: Platform
  • Publishers: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: November 8, 2000
WindowsGBCDreamcastPlayStation
Soul Reaver 2 [30] [lower-alpha 5]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: October 31, 2001
Windows PlayStation 2
Mad Dash Racing [31]
  • Genre: Racing
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: November 14, 2001
Xbox
Blood Omen 2 [32] [lower-alpha 8]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: March 21, 2002
Windows
Xbox
GameCube PlayStation 2
Legacy of Kain: Defiance [33] [lower-alpha 9]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: November 11, 2003
Windows
Xbox
PlayStation 2
Whiplash [34]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: November 18, 2003
XboxPlayStation 2
Project Snowblind [35] [lower-alpha 10]
  • Genre: Shooter
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: February 22, 2005
Windows
Xbox
PlayStation 2
Tomb Raider: Legend [36] [lower-alpha 11]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: April 7, 2006
Windows
Xbox
Xbox 360
DS
GBA
PlayStation 2
PSP
PlayStation 3
Tomb Raider: Anniversary [37] [lower-alpha 12]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: June 5, 2007
Windows
Xbox 360
Wii PlayStation 2
PSP
PlayStation 3
Mac OS
Mobile
Tomb Raider: Underworld [38] [lower-alpha 13]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publishers: Eidos Interactive
  • Release date: November 18, 2008
Windows
Xbox 360
DS
Wii
PlayStation 2
PlayStation 3
Mac OS
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light [39] [lower-alpha 14]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Crystal Dynamics
  • Release date: August 18, 2010
Windows
Xbox 360
PlayStation 3 iOS
Tomb Raider [40] [lower-alpha 15]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Release date: March 5, 2013
Windows
Xbox 360
Xbox One
PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
Mac OS
Linux
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris [42]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Release date: December 9, 2014
Windows
Xbox One
PlayStation 4
Lara Croft: Relic Run [43]
  • Genre: Endless runner
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Release date: May 28, 2015
Windows Phone iOS, Android
Rise of the Tomb Raider [44] [lower-alpha 16]
  • Genre: Action
  • Publishers: Square Enix
  • Release date: November 10, 2015
Windows
Xbox 360
Xbox One
PlayStation 4Mac OS
Linux
Marvel's Avengers
  • Genre: Action
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Release date: May 15, 2020
Windows
Xbox One
PlayStation 4Google Stadia

Notes

  1. The PlayStation version of Gex was developed by Beam Software. [15]
  2. A 3DO version of Slam 'N Jam, developed by Crystal Dynamics, was originally released in 1993. [18]
  3. The N-Gage version of Pandemonium! was developed by Ideaworks3D. [22]
  4. The Nintendo 64 version of Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko was developed by Gratuitous Games. [26]
  5. 1 2 The Dreamcast version of Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver and the Windows version of Soul Reaver 2 were developed by Nixxes Software. [27]
  6. The Game Boy Color version of Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour was developed by Prolific Publishing. [28]
  7. The Microsoft Windows version of 102 Dalmatians: Puppies to the Rescue was co-developed with Prolific Publishing; the Game Boy Color version was developed by Digital Eclipse Software and the PlayStation version by Toys for Bob. [29]
  8. The Windows, Xbox and GameCube versions of Blood Omen 2 were developed by Nixxes Software. [32]
  9. The Windows and Xbox versions of Legacy of Kain: Defiance were developed by Nixxes Software. [33]
  10. The PC and Xbox versions of Project Snowblind were developed by Nixxes Software. [35]
  11. The Nintendo DS version of Tomb Raider: Legend was developed by Human Soft, and the PlayStation Portable version by Crystal Dynamics along with Buzz Monkey Software. [36]
  12. The Mac OS version of Tomb Raider: Anniversary was developed by Robosoft Technologies and published by Feral Interactive. The Windows version was developed by Nixxes Software. The mobile version was developed by FinBlade. [37]
  13. The PlayStation 3 and Windows versions of Tomb Raider: Underworld were developed by Nixxes Software; the Nintendo DS version by Santa Cruz Games. The Mac OS version of the game was published by Feral Interactive. [38]
  14. The iOS version of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light was developed by Ideaworks Game Studio. The PlayStation 3 and Windows versions of the game were co-developed with Nixxes Software. [39]
  15. Additional development by Eidos Montréal; ported to Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One by Nixxes Software, and to OS X and Linux by Feral Interactive. [41]
  16. Rise of the Tomb Raider is the sequel to the 2013 Tomb Raider video game. The Xbox 360 version was developed by Nixxes Software. The Mac OS X and Linux version was developed by Feral Interactive. [45] [46]

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  19. Slam 'N Jam '96:
  20. Blazing Dragons:
  21. 3D Baseball:
  22. 1 2 Pandemonium:
  23. Pandemonium 2:
  24. Gex: Enter the Gecko:
  25. Akuji the Heartless:
  26. 1 2 Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko:
  27. 1 2 Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver:
  28. 1 2 Walt Disney World Quest:
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  37. 1 2 Tomb Raider: Anniversary:
  38. 1 2 Tomb Raider: Underworld:
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