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LARA CROFT IS BUSTED

According to a comical report in The Register, the breasts of Lara Croft will receive a boost in the new version of Tomb Raider Next Generation, giving her more definition and greater detail. ...but as a Reg staffer pointed out, you never get to see them anyway because you're always behind her. We are unable to confirm whether Core Design will include a new viewing angle purely to enjoy the game's latest enhancements. But don't worry. Apparently, her arse will also be rounder.

Last Updated: Dec 7, 2000

ANGELINA JOLIE ON LARA CROFT

Angelina Jolie is nervous. Yes, you read that right. The Oscar-winning, headline-grabbing actress is actually worried about how her turn as popular video-game heroine Lara Croft will be received when the movie version of Tomb Raider'' hits theaters in June.

Last Updated: Dec 7, 2000

LARA'S GAME ON FOR TV GUIDE

Since her introduction to gamers across the world way back in the original Tomb Raider, Lara Croft has been a marketing phenomenon, gracing everything capable of holding print. America's TV Guide is the latest to benefit from Eidos Interactive's female archaeologist adventurer, and with an estimate circulation of 35 million each week, the world of Tomb Raider will be introducing itself to a new breed of computer gamer.

Last Updated: Dec 6, 2000

TOMB RAIDER MOVIE TRAILER

Paramount Pictures, the studio converting Eidos Interactives computer heroine Lara Croft to the big screen, will be releasing a teaser trailer this Friday on the official Tomb Raider Movie site, and we're told the two minute trailer will be featuring a lot of Angelina Jolie. But those anxious to see the movie trailer before Fridays screening might indeed get their wish, according to a report by Daily Radar, as unconfirmed rumours surfacing from Paramount Pictures indicate that Entertainment Tonight might have exclusive rights to run the trailer first.

Last Updated: Dec 5, 2000

EIDOS IN DISTRIBUTION TRIAL

British digital data distributor Tornado Group Plc said on Monday it would take part in digital distribution trials for games made by British computer games maker Eidos Plc. The two companies will work with retailers to protect intellectual property and branding without affecting flexibility and ease of use for game players, Tornado said in a statement.

Last Updated: Dec 4, 2000

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