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CURSE OF THE SWORD RELEASES

Coincided to herald the arrival of Paramount Pictures Lara Croft: Tomb Raider motion picture, Activision Inc. announced today the launch of Tomb Raider: Curse of the Sword for Nintendo's Gameboy Color which invites Core Designs First Lady Lara Croft back to the handheld platform.

Last Updated: Jun 28, 2001

CURSE OF THE SWORD DISTRIBUTION DEAL

Coinciding with Lara Croft's feature film debut, Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) will launch Tomb Raider(R): Curse of The Sword(TM) for Game Boy(R) Color the week of June 25. The game challenges players to take control of the first lady of adventure in a globe-hopping quest to recover a cursed artifact. Tomb Raider is undeniably one of the hottest properties in interactive entertainment today, states Kathy Vrabeck, executive vice president, Activision Global Publishing and Brand Management. As the leading third- party publisher of Game Boy Color titles we're thrilled to bring Lara's latest adventure to the hand held video game system.

Last Updated: Jun 19, 2001

GAME ON FOR TOMB RAIDER SEQUEL

Lara Croft is back on the Nintendo Gameboy Color in Curse of the Sword, which is soon to be released across the U.S. and Europe. Synopsis below:

Last Updated: Jun 15, 2001

TOMB RAIDER RETURNS TO GAMEBOY

Core Designs intrepid British aristocrat Lara Croft is set for a second hand-held installment as Tomb Raider returns to the Gameboy Color, according to this report from IGN @ E3:

Last Updated: Jun 4, 2001