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NEW TOMB RAIDER DVD GAME ANNOUNCED

Bright Entertainment Ltd, today announces November 6th 2006 as the release date of the first Interactive DVD game to be based on videogame franchise. The Interactive DVD game Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Action Adventure enables the player to control Lara with the simple up, down, left, right and ‘enter’ command buttons of a standard DVD remote control and is aimed squarely at the Xmas non-gamer mainstream market.

Last Updated: Sep 22, 2006

EIDOS TALKS TOMB RAIDER ANNIVERSARY

Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary - Eidos' homage to video-game icon Lara Croft currently being developed by U.S. studio Crystal Dynamics - will release in 2007, according to Ian Livingstone.

Last Updated: Aug 16, 2006

EDGE MAGAZINE CORE DESIGN INTERVIEW

Gavin Rummery, studio manager of former Tomb Raider caretakers Core Design, has given a candid interview to Edge magazine on the debacle surrounding the release of The Angel Of Darkness, the departure of Jeremy Heath-Smith and the subsequent loss of Lara Croft to U.S. developer Crystal Dynamics.

Last Updated: Jul 10, 2006

CORE DESIGN SOLD TO REBELLION STUDIO

Rebellion has confirmed the purchase of Core Design from owners Eidos is now complete. Although Eidos will retain the Core Design name, the studio, its assets and workforce will begin trading under Rebellion (Derby) Ltd.

Last Updated: Jun 15, 2006

CORE DESIGN STILL TRADING: OFFICIAL

According to a statement on the official Core Design web site, the company that gave birth to cyber heroine Lara Croft is still very much trading. What's more, they've promised exciting announcements on future development.

Last Updated: Jun 8, 2006

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