1951. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LARA BANNED FROM MILAN PARISH
An Italian priest has banned Core Designs Tomb Raider videogame from his parish because he deems sultry adventurer Lara Croft too sexy for his fellow priests, instead allowing them to thrash the likes of Tekken 3 and Crazy Taxi in a bid to learn more about youth culture, Ananova reports today.
Last Updated: Aug 15, 2001
1952. Tomb Raider Chronicles - JOIN LARA CROFT FOR BREAKFAST
Eidos Interactive, the publishers behind Core Designs phenominally successfull Tomb Raider video game series, have teamed up with cereal giant Nestlé to give you the chance of getting Lara Croft in your cereal bowl first thing in the mornings.
Last Updated: Aug 14, 2001
1953. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LARA CROFT SCORES WITH SURGEONS
According to a leading Manhattan orthopedic surgeon, Core Designs intrepid British archeologist Lara Croft may inadvertently be training future surgeons, the Houston Chronicles reports today.
Last Updated: Aug 10, 2001
1954. Tomb Raider Chronicles - TOMB RAIDER TIPPED FOR OSCAR GONG
Hollywood's Oscar watchers have tipped Paramount Pictures Lara Croft: Tomb Raider motion picture for a possible award nomination in one of the special effects and technology categories at next years prestigious awards ceremony. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider stars former Oscar-winner Angelina Jolie who embarks on a perilous mission to rescue the Clock of Ages, and ancient time-traveling device, from the hands of an evil spectre. Originally slammed by critics across the globe, the Simon West helmed motion picture has generated over $200m in box office receipts since it's inception June 15th.
Last Updated: Aug 9, 2001
1955. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LARA CROFT ON A BUDGET
Video game distributor Sold Out Software - who primarily focus on the distribution of budget titles for PC and Playstation platforms - have announced a nostalgic addition to their current catalogue with the release of Tomb Raider II, Brian Lara Cricket, Heroes of Might and Magic 3 and Championship Manage: 97-98 Edition. These latest budget titles will be available across the UK sometime in August, and are expected to be priced around £5.
Last Updated: Aug 8, 2001