96. Tomb Raider Chronicles - GAMECENTER PROFILES CHRONICLES
Bet you thought Lara was done for in The Last Revelation. The Temple of Horus came crashing down, and poor Lara disappeared from view, apparently buried alive. The intrepid and daring adventuress had finally met her match, perishing - somewhat fittingly - in a tomb of her own making. Right? Well, maybe. One of the rules of soap operas and comic books is, They're not dead until you've seen the body. And though we've certainly seen a lot of her over the years, the story may not be over yet. Tomb Raider: Chronicles will give Lara aficionados one last fling with the heroine while filling in some gaps--and answering some other questions players have had about her past.
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2000
97. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER NEXT GEN EPISODES
Online magazine FGN has confirmed that Core Design will introduce a new trend to it's successfull Tomb Raider series, claiming that after the initial game is purchased, consumers will then be able to buy additional episodic add-on titles increasing the length of the game indefinitely, and introducing new adventures, locations and characters, as well as the ability to top up new features online. No financial details have yet been released as to how much the additional segments will cost, but FGN reports that future sequels will be developed, building the franchise into a huge epic story.
Last Updated: Oct 12, 2000
98. Tomb Raider Chronicles - NELL MCANDREW TO PRESENT CYBERCAFE
Former Lara Croft model Nell McAndrew has joined Channel Four's Big Breakfast presenter Richard Orford to host Meridian TV's Cyber Cafe, filmed on location at The Fez bar in Southampton. Each week, the show spotlights the wierd and wonderful world of the Internet, with regular features including a live web-cam broadcast, special guest stars and a weekly challenge for Nell suggested by viewers.. Procuded and directed by Ronnie Cowing, Cyber Cafe is scheduled to run for 13 episodes, screening Thursday evenings on British Television.
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2000
99. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER CHRONICLES FOR THE MAC
This past weekend Aspyr indicated that the latest major game in that series, Lara Croft's posthumous Tomb Raider: Chronicles retrospective, will also be coming to the Macintosh. Aspyr's relationship with Eidos has led to other lucrative opportunities, as well - last summer, Aspyr published the Mac version of Deus Ex, the 3D role-playing game developed by Eidos partner Ion Storm. Deus Ex turned into one of the crown jewels of this past summer's Mac game offerings.
Last Updated: Oct 9, 2000
100. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EIDOS PLC NOT GAME FOR TAKEOVER
Eidos Plc., the U.K. video game maker that created animated heroine Lara Croft, slammed the door on a potential takeover Monday after it concluded that the terms and price didn't offer a good value to its shareholders. Eidos shares fell 11% on the London stock exchange to 261 pence Monday and dropped 14% on the U.S. Nasdaq market to 3.88. Eidos indicated last month that progress had slowed on its negotiations to sell the company.
Last Updated: Oct 9, 2000