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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

TURNING THE KALEIDOSCOPE FOR 5 YEARS

Tomb Raider Chronicles has been providing unparalleled coverage of Eidos' leading intellectual properties for over five years. Our tireless digital crawler - Gertie - continually spiders our web site and records data from more than 2,200 articles and rich media additions to a fully searchable database. Our powerful search engine can answer queries in a number of formats including date and/or score.

Last Updated: May 2, 2005

1.4 MILLION READERS SATISFIED IN APRIL

Tomb Raider Chronicles celebrates a milestone month of activity across our web site. With interest in the Tomb Raider franchise spurred on by Eidos' announcement of Tomb Raider Legend, coupled with our coverage of the acquisition battle between SCi and Elevation Partners, we delivered content to over 1.4 million readers during the month of April, raising our bar for May 2005, and setting a new monthly reader record.

Last Updated: Apr 30, 2005

NEW LARA CROFT IS DRIPPING POLYGONS

Tomb Raider Chronicles has been privy to some top secret pictures of newly designed Lara Croft, and although we're not allowed to publish them right now, we'll endeavour to put your minds at rest with a unanimous WOW!!!! and a brief description. If only my hands would stop shaking long enough to type.

Last Updated: Mar 28, 2005

'TOMB RAIDER LEGEND' NEXT GAME TITLE?

Tomb Raider Legend may well be the name of the seventh Lara Croft-helmed adventure, if the official www.tombraider.com web site is anything to go by. Eidos bulldozed the old Tomb Raider web site early yesterday morning and erected a holding page informing fans of Lara Croft that information would be 'coming soon.' Another minor detail that appeared was the name 'Tomb Raider Legend.' Follow the rather fetching orange hyperlink above to see for yourself.

Last Updated: Mar 26, 2005

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