1236. Tomb Raider Chronicles - OFFICIAL TOMB RAIDER SITE OVERHAULED
Eidos has overhauled the official Tomb Raider web site adding a spanking new series of screens shots, a proper tidy collection of concept pics and a mother of a trailer showcasing the sensational Lara Croft.
Last Updated: May 16, 2005
1237. Tomb Raider Chronicles - CLASSIC LARA CROFT SCORES LUCOZADE
Another visual delight of mouth-watering, polygon dripping proportions awaits our dear readers with this exclusive release of Animal Logic's Lucozade commercial in Ultra HQ presentation. Eidos teamed up with GlaxoSmithKline Group in early 2000 and launched a joint promotional campaign to propel Lucozade - the high energy sports drink - to the masses. Five animated commercials were produced by leading digital animators Animal Logic.
Last Updated: May 13, 2005
1238. Tomb Raider Chronicles - CLASSIC LARA CROFT IN SEAT TV ADVERT
British video-game adventurer Lara Croft is hot property - a commercial dream for the likes of Bono, Lucozade, Nike, Budweiser and, in 1999. the SEAT car maker, who procured the services of Britain's number one digital female icon for a series of automobile commercials. While the ad campaign was a commercial success for SEAT, the footage from all three commercials disappeared, and has only recently been uncovered.
Last Updated: May 10, 2005
1239. Tomb Raider Chronicles - SPANKING NEW 'LEGEND' PICS UNEARTHED
Another spanking round of Tomb Raider Legend screen shots showcasing British adventurer Lara Croft who - having undergone extensive surgery at Crystal Dynamics - looks ever more ready to face the perils of a haunt from her past and perhaps achieve critical acclaim for doing so.
Last Updated: May 9, 2005
1240. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EIDOS' STREETS STILL HAVE NO NAME
Elevation Partners, the U.S. private equity group helmed by Irish rock star Bono, could be invited back to the bargaining table in a bid to swing support from shareholders of video-game publisher Eidos. Elevation had originally been pinned as favourite to snap up the creators of Lara Croft, but ordinary shareholders threatened a mutiny if Eidos didn't support an all-share offer from rival publisher SCi Entertainment Group.
Last Updated: May 8, 2005