In case you haven’t played video games since the days of the original PlayStation, there was an awesome reboot of Tomb Raider that hit consoles in 2013. In March, Alicia Vikander will star as Lara Croft in the film adaptation, also simply titled Tomb Raider, and the new trailer shows just how deep the game’s influence runs.

On Thursday, Warner Bros. released the second trailer for Tomb Raider that reveals more of the story, which sees Croft pursue a mystery left unsolved by her father (Dominic West, The Wire). Croft, along with her pal played by Daniel Wu (Into the Badlands), journeys into the heart of the Devil’s Sea, a dangerous region of ocean in Asia with a similar reputation to the Bermuda Triangle. At the same time, Croft will have to fight an organization called Trinity, which hopes to use Croft’s treasure for awful bad guy reasons.

It was clear from early stills and the first trailer that the film, directed by Roar Uthag, will take inspiration from the reboot games. But this new trailer really drives the point home. Like the games, Croft will solve puzzles, navigate high-speed waterfalls (which led to really brutal deaths if gamers failed to succeed), and use makeshift weapons like bows and mountain pickaxes to defend herself against Trinity, which also comes from the reboot games.

Think this is harsh? Imagine playing it.

In short, Tomb Raider may be one of the most faithful game-to-film adaptations in a long time. But will it be the first to be… good? Movie adaptations of games have a reputation for failing to excite the same way the games do. In the ‘90s, films like Street Fighter, Super Mario Bros., and Mortal Kombat all became cult hits but, weren’t acclaimed gems nor box office successes. More recent movies like Warcraft and Assassin’s Creed also left critics and audiences cold, though Warcraft was a hit in China where World of Warcraft is almost a way of life.

But anyone who played the 2013 Tomb Raider could easily imagine its plot working as a fun and gritty adventure movie. Unlike the old games that Angelina Jolie became the face of, the new Lara Croft is a more grounded character, acting more like a survivor than a badass with thigh holsters. The last trailer teased Vikander getting her guns, but hopefully the movie will show Croft actually earn her skills than start with them.

Tomb Raider will be released in theaters on March 16.

Photos via Square Enix, YouTube.com/Warner Bros. UK

Scary stories aren’t the stuff of campfires and sleepovers anymore. For adults who still enjoy a good spook, the internet is the place to turn for tales of horror and the supernatural.

Specifically, scary story fans us r/nosleep on Reddit to post their original horror stories and creepypastas — the legendary internet tall tales that bred iconic horror figures like the Slenderman. From quick, frightening anecdotal stories that you can read in under five minutes to lengthy series that will keep you up all night scrolling, the following are the 40 best-written, most iconic tales of horror you can find in the online depths.

Pokémon GO has been teasing the release of Gen 4 Pokémon for a while, but now it looks like it might finally be happening. The latest news comes from popular dataminer @Chrales and includes the disclaimer that we shouldn’t get “hyped too much,” but for any Pokémon GO fans that’s probably not going to be possible.

Niantic announced a new Pokémon GO Special Research today and it’s all about Celebi. So if you missed out on your chance to grab the Gen 2 legendary during Pokémon GO Fest 2018 you’re in luck. Here’s everything you need to know about Celebi in Pokémon GO and what it might mean for that rumored Gen 4 release date.

Since Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 began, a bunch of Moai stone faces appeared on the map as if teleported there from Easter Island in the real world. Finally, in Week 6, they’re starting to mean something. A new challenge asks you to “Search where the stone heads are looking.” Here’s how to solve it.

Fortnite: Battle Royale revealed one of its most exciting Battle Pass challenges we’ve seen in a while for Season 5 Week 6: Timed Trials. On Thursday, we rounded up more than enough trial locations to help you complete the challenge, but it turns out we still missed one of them.

If you’re struggling to complete Fortnite’s Week 6 challenge you may want to head down to Paradise Palms, the small desert city that was added to the map for Season 5. From there, head east and look for a waterfall. There, you should find one of those glowing blue stopwatch icons that will activate the timed trials challenge, according to both GameSpot and Forbes.