2146. Tomb Raider Chronicles - LARA'S NEXT GENERATION EXPLOITS
With the release of the Chronicles Level Editor concluding the current direction of Eidos Interactive's Tomb Raider series, Core Design have exposed their intentions for the Next Generation of Tomb Raider titles during a press release earlier this week. The story behind Tomb Raider Next Generation begins in Paris, where Lara arrives only to be framed for a crime she did not commit, and begins a hasty retreat through the back streets of Paris pursued by the authorities while attempting to piece together a puzzle surrounding the conspirators who seek her doom.
Last Updated: Feb 16, 2001
2147. Tomb Raider Chronicles - ADAM HUGHES ON TR COMICS
Adam Hughes, writer for Top Cow's Tomb Raider comic book series, has told Comics Continuum he will go back to basics in a new two part comic adventure he is writing for Top Cow, inviting a pool of new readers to join adventurer Lara Croft as well as catering for the old school of Tomb Raider fan.
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2001
2148. Tomb Raider Chronicles - CHANGING FACE OF LARA CROFT
With the advent of Sony's multi-million selling Playstation enticing a larger mainstream audience encapsulating both sexes, an increasing number of female game designers are applying more thought to their characters, a report in The Guardian announces today.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2001
2149. Tomb Raider Chronicles - Tomb Raider movie toys
Another detailed look at the movie merchandise which is set to accompany the Paramount Pictures release of Tomb Raider...
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2001
2150. Tomb Raider Chronicles - HOMER COMES IN AHEAD OF LARA
Organic health food company Meridian recently conducted a survey among 250 people quizzing them on which cartoon character they resembled the most, and were surprised at the diversity of the response, Ananova reports today. Leading the two dimensional field was Homer Simpson, after half the British men interviewed said they looked more like the yellow pint sized superstar than Superman. A quarter of women likened themselves Velma, from the Scooby Doo cartoon series.
Last Updated: Feb 9, 2001