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LARA CROFT, LIVE AND EXPOSED

Let's start with the issue of Lara's demise. The game takes you by surprise by kicking off at a memorial service for Ms Croft who went missing at the end of her last action-packed adventure. So while she's presumed dead, Jean Yves and Father Dunstan are staying round her house reminiscing about their adventures. Each of the flash backs turns into an adventure - meaning you get four very different Lara Croft outings for your money this time around.

Last Updated: Oct 20, 2000

LAUREN BACALL TAPPED FOR TOMB MOVIE

Unconfirmed reports suggest that 76-year-old To Have and Have Not star Lauren Bacall may have landed a cameo role in the upcoming Simon West movie Tomb Raider. Further details to follow.

Last Updated: Oct 18, 2000

MOVIE FILMING BANNED IN ANGKOR WAT

According to a report in today's South China Morning Post, the Cambodian Ministry of Culture has banned the use of guns in scenes from the movie Tomb Raider, which will be filming in the 9th century Angkor Temples sometime in November, when approx 250 cast and crew descend on the Temples. Som Sokun, Director of Cinema for Cambodia says We want to show Cambodia's heritage to the world, the beauty of our temples - not violence. and has allowed weapons on set with the condition that no rounds are fired.

Last Updated: Oct 17, 2000

THE MAKING OF CROFT MANOR

Welcome to Kedleston Hall, the former Derbyshire home of Sir Nathaniel Curzon and the inspiration behind Core Design's Croft Manor, home of Lord and Lady Croft. Built in 1795 by Scot architect Robert Adam and heavily influence by ancient Rome and designs of the 16th-century Italian architect Andrea Palladio, Kendleston Hall is now owned and maintained by the British National Trust, but Viscount and Viscountess Scarsdale still reside in the manor house. The Croft Times and Suzie Hamilton, Public Relations officer for Core, discover the secrets and influences that have shaped the mystery and intrigue surrounding Croft Manor, home of Lara Croft.

Last Updated: Oct 17, 2000

TOMB RAIDER NEXT GEN FACELIFT

Tomb Raider Chronicles will be the last version to appear on the Playstation, described by Core Design boss Adrian Smith as The culmination of all the best things we've worked on so far with Tomb Raider. The Next Generation will feature vastly improved character animation, with Lara Croft packing over 5000 polygons on her body as apposed to her current 500 on the Playstation, and early images of Next Generation demonstrate immediately the differences between the current Eidos Heroine and Core's new character.

Last Updated: Oct 15, 2000

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