1691. Tomb Raider Chronicles - IGN RELEASES NEW TOMB RAIDER FOOTAGE
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
1692. Tomb Raider Chronicles - UK GAMES INDUSTRY GETS 35MIL FUND
An investment bank on Wednesday launched a $35 million fund to finance development of console and PC games in Britain and give investors a chance to join the treasure trail pioneered by cyber heroine Lara Croft. Noble Fund Managers Ltd, the investment arm of UK-based investment bank Noble Group, said the Fund4Games will work as a kind of project-based venture capital fund and back video game development throughout the UK, home of the hugely successful Tomb Raider series starring Lara Croft.
Last Updated: May 22, 2002
1693. Tomb Raider Chronicles - IUBI SOFT LICENSING DEAL FOR TOMB AIDER
Ubi Soft® Entertainment, a world leader in interactive entertainment, today announced a licensing agreement with Eidos for Tomb Raider on Game Boy Advance. With the new two-year agreement, Ubi Soft has acquired exclusive worldwide development and publishing rights for Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Prophecy for the Game Boy ® Advance. The game will be released this Christmas.
Last Updated: May 21, 2002
1694. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOP COW ANNOUNCES AUGUST COMICS
Official Tomb Raider comic-book publishers Top Cow have announced two new paper-back adventures starring fearless aristocrat Lara Croft and a host of evil adversaries all making their commercial debut this August.
Last Updated: May 20, 2002
1695. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER ICON GETS HER OWN AGENT
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