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Adrian Smith is the boss of Tomb Raider developer Core Design. He's in charge of one of the biggest games in the world. He spoke exclusively to computerandvideogames.com on The Angel Of Darkness. Next gen Tomb Raider, now subtitled Angel of Darkness, was in a very early state on the showfloor of E3 last week, but luckily Core Design head honcho Adrian Smith was on hand to explain why. While there was no game-play to speak of, it was obvious from our little chat that a far more complete title is planned for the carrier of the most famous breasts in gaming this time round. About time too.
Last Updated: May 28, 2002
Sequels and movie adaptations - that's what the coming year promises from the video game industry. With billions of dollars on the line, many game makers are relying on brand-name recognition to weather the fierce four-way competition between personal computer systems, Microsoft's Xbox, Nintendo's GameCube and Sony's PlayStation 2. Sequels to the innovative games The Legend of Zelda, Tomb Raider and Black & White are in the works, along with a host of new games based on popular films like Harry Potter, Tron and Indiana Jones. Virtually every exhibit at last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo featured spin-offs and movie adaptations or games with II or III at the end of their titles.
Last Updated: May 28, 2002
Online entertainment network IGN has posted three movies from E3 2002 showcasing Lara Croft in The Angel Of Darkness, the sixth Tomb Raider adventure set to make its commercial debut December 4th, 2002. The episodic-based adventure is classic Lara as both hunter and hunted relying on her ingenuity, athleticism and a new edge that has arisen from her dark inner demons. However, this time she faces more evolved characters and situations, calling for more involved decision-making.
Last Updated: May 23, 2002
Creative Artists Agency, one of the most powerful talent agencies in the business, has added video-game icon Lara Croft to its heavy-hitting client roster with the hopes of securing strategic advertising alliances with non-gaming companies through sports and apparel, consumer product tie-ins and publishing deals. The digital heroine is the first video-game character to be represented by a major talent and literary agency and signals the movie industy's growing interest in the $20 billion video-game business.
Last Updated: May 19, 2002
Eidos Interactive and Core Design announced today that Lara Croft, character of one of the 1 billion dollar game franchise, will mark her public debut at the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles on May 22. Croft, who has previously been portrayed by models Rhona Mitra, Nell McAndrew, Lara Weller, Lucy Clarkson, Jill de Jong and actress Angelina Jolie, will make several appearances on the expo floor answering questions from the audience and talking about her newest adventure Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness.
Last Updated: May 16, 2002
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