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HEATH-SMITH'S ANNOUNCE CIRCLE STUDIO

Core Design co-founders Jeremy Heath-Smith and Adrian Heath-Smith have announced the formation of a brand new studio based in Derby called Circle Studio. A further 35 former employees of Core Design have joined Circle Studio and are negotiating two brand new titles for current and next generation platforms.

Last Updated: Jan 16, 2004

ASPYR MEDIA RELEASE AOD MAC SPECS

Aspyr Media has released the final system requirements for Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness for the Apple Macintosh. Mac fans are recommended to sport Mac OS X 10.2.6 or later, a 1.2 GHz PowerPC G4 or better, 256 MB RAM and a 32 MB Radeon 7500/GeForce 2MX hardware acceleration or better. The game will hit shelves December 19th 2003. Aspyr Media has been responsible for publishing all Macintosh Tomb Raider adventures to date with Westlake Studio converting the code from PC to MAC.

Last Updated: Dec 2, 2003

TOMB RAIDER FORUMS REACHES MILESTONE

In exuberant style befitting a king, General Chat of Tomb Raider Forums today surpassed 100,000 posts made by the glorious members of the biggest and warmest Tomb Raider community on the web, tipping the total posts to date to well over 214,000. Said Commander in Chief tlr online: This is a great day for Tomb Raider fans from all age groups and demonstrates the binding of like-minded people the world over.

Last Updated: Dec 2, 2003

EIDOS PLC TO RETAIN CORE DESIGN STUDIO

Eidos Plc has confirmed Core Design Ltd will continue to operate in its current capacity as a leading videogame developer contrary to an article we published Friday 31 September 2003 suggesting the impending downgrading of operations at the Derbyshire-based studio. A statement released by Eidos today concluded that Core Design is very much part of Eidos' long term plans and will be retained as a development studio. Our article published Friday 31 September 2003 was therefore in error, and we apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Last Updated: Nov 4, 2003

MANGA-STYLE INFLUENCE FOR LARA CROFT?

The future of Lara Croft Tomb Raider has never before been shrouded in so much secrecy than that which conceals the tentatively titled Tomb Raider 7, currently in development in Southern California by U.S. game-makers Crystal Dynamics. However, one clue on the future direction of Miss Croft could be the recent revelations that the next game could be influenced by Mango anime, a popular style of art developed in Japan.

Last Updated: Nov 1, 2003

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