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Another year, another Tomb Raider game. This time with more polygons, which roughly translates as rounder *ahem* curves but why do we do it? why do we spend so much time with Lara? why are we so hooked, spending hours playing the game, buying the T-shirts, hunting for cheats, putting the posters on out walls and the wallpapers on our desktops?

Last Updated: Nov 22, 2000


According to a post on the Eidos Forums, Tomb Raider Chronicles features a host of new material for anyone lucky enough to find all 36 Golden Roses littered through the thirteen episodes of Eidos' latest Tomb Raider incarnation. After completing the game sporting all the Golden Roses, restart and enter the options menu for a secret treat from Core.

Last Updated: Nov 21, 2000


Almost a week following the release of Eidos Interactive's fifth Tomb Raider Chronicles, game fans across the map have had heads down frantically toying Lara Croft through four new flashback levels, noting the graphical, architectural and mechanical improvements Core Design's Adrian Smith boasted prior to it's release. Feedback from gamers and online magazines has been mixed, and one resource not pulling any punches is Daily Radar, who do not seem overly impressed with Chronicles. (their review here)

Last Updated: Nov 21, 2000


The Tomb Raider level editor allows you to create and play your own Tomb Raider adventures from scratch. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned programmer, the editor software will have you building Tomb Raider-esque levels in no time. Learn the basics of layouts, placing objects, and more in the tutorial level, then put your skills to the test and create your own world for Lara to interact with. The Chronicles level editor with be as functional as the software CORE currently build their levels with, meaning the only limits to spectacular new worlds and exciting new missions is imagination.

Last Updated: Nov 17, 2000


Tomb Raider Chronicles, Eidos Interactives fifth instalment from their phenomenally successful Lara Croft adventure series, hit the shelves 9am this morning in Sony's Playstation format. CenterSoft, Eidos Interactives UK software distribution arm, also confirmed this morning that the PC Edition of Chronicles, which includes the much hyped Level Editor, will be available from Friday 24th November. Customers are advised to pre-order to secure their copies, and predictions suggest PC flavours will be the most popular format.

Last Updated: Nov 17, 2000

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