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JOURNEY IN PICTURES WITH LARA CROFT

Tomb Raider Chronicles has produced an exclusive series of screen shots from the entire Tomb Raider video-game series. Your journey begins in the icy caverns in Peru in Tomb Raider, then onto Italy to sail down the famous Venice canal in Tomb Raider II. After a brief respite, your adventure continues across the frozen Antarctic landscape in Tomb Raider 3.

Last Updated: Aug 28, 2005

'TOMB RAIDER LEGEND' PROGRESS UPDATE

Future Publishing caught up with Tomb Raider Legend producer Morgan W Gray at the German Game Convention and quizzed him on the technologies behind Lara Croft's upcoming adventure. Currently being developed by U.S. studio Crystal Dynamics, Gray is lucidly promoting a product refined beyond all expectations and produced by a team bent on restoring the original properties of Lara Croft as ardent Tomb Raider - procurer of all things ancient.

Last Updated: Aug 23, 2005

NETHERLANDS TAPS TOMB RAIDER STREAM

Stream Theory, Inc., a division of Tadpole Technology plc, together with its Dutch channel partner StreamTech B.V., has licensed the patented StreamFlow™ games-on-demand platform to cable giant Essent Kabelcom for the purpose of delivering PC games to their '@Home' network subscribers throughout the Netherlands.

Last Updated: Jul 25, 2005

ANGELINA JOLIE WILL NOT VOICE LARA

Eidos has confirmed Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie will not lend her voice to Lara Croft in Tomb Raider Legend, despite rumblings from the industry to the contrary. Eidos has also dismissed the return of dinosaurs and mummies in an attempt to restore the original properties of Tomb Raider.

Last Updated: Jul 22, 2005

SPANKING TOMB RAIDER LEGEND SCREENS

Official UK Playstation World magazine has hammered out a new splattering of screen shots from Tomb Raider Legend and awarded the game a massive thumbs up. According to PSW: 'Tomb Raider Legend is both a fresh start and a continuation of an old theme.'

Last Updated: Jul 21, 2005

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