2201. Tomb Raider Chronicles - MOVE OVER LARA, CATE'S HERE
Lara Croft now faces a new girl on the block, the curvaceous Cate Archer from Fox Interactives new SPOOF Sixties spy game No One Lives Forever.
Last Updated: Dec 31, 2000
2202. Tomb Raider Chronicles - INFOGRAMES BUYS AILING HASBRO
Infrogrames, the French entertainment company which had Eidos Interactive in it's acquisition sights early this year, has purchased ailing Hasbro games for $100m, adding 200 titles to it's armament of computer games. Earlier this year, Infrogrames was in reported talks with Eidos Interactive, the makers of Lara Croft and Tomb Raider, but both companies failed to reach a financial equilibrium and the deal was terminated with Eidos stating that it would continue as an independent company.
Last Updated: Dec 30, 2000
2203. Tomb Raider Chronicles - COMIC MAYHEM FROM TOP COW
Top Cow Productions Inc announce the release of two paper adventures of Tomb Raider in the form of the continuing episodic adventure now at Issue #10 and a limited edition Black and White edition.
Last Updated: Dec 29, 2000
2204. Tomb Raider Chronicles - FOCUS: TOMB RAIDER CHRONICLES
It's been a month since the final release of Tomb Raider as we know it, with Eidos Interactives fifth instalment from their incredibly successful adventure series concluding the current direction Lara will take before next years major overhaul of character and attitude in Tomb Raider Next Generation. Tomb Raider Chronicles features four major levels, including Rome, Russia, Ireland and Von Croys' High Tech level. Each episode continues the stories from past Tomb Raider adventures, and although topping almost all console charts as expected, has received much criticism from many online media companies.
Last Updated: Dec 28, 2000
2205. Tomb Raider Chronicles - EMPIRE CONFIRMS AUTHENTICITY
Movie magazine Empire Online finally answers its critics over an alleged signed photograph sent to one of it's readers from Angelina Jolie depicting the Tomb Raider star in character in the first official picture of Lara Croft. Empire was then bullied and badgered by fans insisting that the signed photograph was in fact from Gone in Sixty Seconds or The Bone Collector, but now confirms that the outfit sported by Angelina Jolie in the original signed pic perfectly reflects that of a uniform worn by Angelina in the Tomb Raider movie trailer which was released in December 2000 from Paramount Studios.
Last Updated: Dec 27, 2000