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PLAYSTATION MAGAZINE ON TOMB RAIDER

According to Playstation Magazine Online, this Novembers issues packed to the spine with great reviews, including the first in-depth look at Tomb Raider for Playstation II, Sony's new game console shipping around the world now. PS Magazine says we've got the first solid info on Tomb Raider for PS2, and you'll be shocked at how different it is! We've got early screens, exclusive art, a look at Lara's model in the game, and a detailed interview with Mr. Tomb Raider himself, Adrian Smith. Plus, you'll see all the latest on Tomb Raider Chronicles, Lara's final PSone title, and new tidbits on the Tomb Raider movie.

Last Updated: Oct 6, 2000

TOMB RAIDER CHRONICLES DEMO DELAYED

Core Design has announced that the anticipated October release of their Tomb Raider Chronicles demo will be delayed until November while the team continue to work furiously on the full game. Regarding the demo, it looks like we may have to wait until November since the team are so busy cramming as much as possible into the actual game - they may not have time for a demo until the game code is complete. said Susie Hamilton, Core Designs PR officer.

Last Updated: Sep 27, 2000

CHRONICLES LEVEL EDITOR REVIEW

Changing the angle on Chronicles for a moment, we follow the progress of the level editor, being produced by Core Design for shipping with PC versions of Chronicles. Key attributes in creating levels, according to Core, are patience and basic computing skills, as well as a degree of creativity. Initially, a 3 dimensional room is created at structure level, then textures, object placement and enemies are then integrated into the broth on squares, which act as triggers in the game, like climbing textures or monkey bars.

Last Updated: Sep 7, 2000

TOMB RAIDER NEXT GENERATION UPDATE

While no real official word has fed the growing appetite of gamers across the globe, Tomb Raider Next Generation is finding it's way onto forums across the web, with speculation and rumour painting a very different picture of Lara Croft and her new adventure and direction. This taken from the official Eidos Interactive forums: Lara’s back, this time with a ton of attitude, a longer ponytail, a more detailed body, facial features and aimed at a entirely new age group. These are the very first details of the Sony Play Station 2 version of the game, and you should prepare yourself for Lara as you’ve never seen her before.

Last Updated: Sep 5, 2000

CHRONICLES HEADS TO ALL FORMATS

It's official - Tomb Raider Chronicles will be released this November on PC, PlayStation and Dreamcast. Details are slowly emerging over the content of the game but what is known is that Tomb Raider Chronicles will feature four of Lara Croft’s previously untold exploits, each comprising a separate adventure offering brand new insights into her past. The game takes place only a few days after The Last Revelation, beginning at a memorial service for Lara - her body has not been found. The Game After the service three characters, Jean Yves, Winston and Irish priest, Father Dunstan, retire to the house. As they collect their thoughts, they reminisce about some of Lara’s past adventures, each of which is introduced via an FMV flashback sequence.

Last Updated: Aug 25, 2000

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