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WINDOWS 2000 TOMB RAIDER FIX & PATCHES

Does Tomb Raider (ver.) run on Windows 2000 ?

Last Updated: Nov 27, 2000

PC GAMER HUNTS DOWN CORE DESIGN

Derby. Early August. It's been difficult locating Core Design's HQ because, as the cabbie puts it There's no sign on the door. He's not wrong. Presumably attempting to throw Lara obsessive (and believe me, these people do exist), off their scent, Core's building is discreetly tucked away in an anonymous industrial estate. Until you get past their reception, that is. And then it's six-foot statues of their money-spinning heroine, trophy cabinets, and the subtle but perceptible buzz of a young, dynamic company that's made millionaires of its founders. Naturally, the majority of this success is thanks to the vehicles for Lara Croft's third-person acrobatics - the Tomb Raider series of games.

Last Updated: Sep 15, 2000

THE MINDS BEHIND CHRONICLES

Richard Morton, official map designer for the new Tower Block levels in the new Tomb Raider game Chronicles describes himself as being not too happy after being told his team would be making another instalment of the hit series Tomb Raider having thought that two PSX adventures would suffice. Martin Gibbins, lead programmer to the project, is a little more blatant. Extremely p****ed off, if just for the fact that it was going to be another Tomb Raider. The Team before us did the first two and said we couldn't possibly do another one. So we've done another two, really stretched ourselves and to be told we've got to do another one was a nightmare.

Last Updated: Aug 13, 2000

TOMB RAIDER: CHRONICLES PREVIEW <

Tomb Raider: Chronicles...Is she or isn't she. According to Core Design's Adrian Smith, she could wake up, have banged her head in the shower and it all would have been a horrible dream... mocking that infamous episode from the television soap Dallas. Adrian also comments during an interview in this months UK Playstation magazine of the deluge of email received from frantic Tomb Raider fans across the globe quizzing the company on whether their worldly adventurer Lara Croft was actually dead, having been consumed by the Temple of Horus at the close of the suggestively named The Last Revelation.

Last Updated: Aug 8, 2000

TOMB RAIDER MOTION PICTURE RELEASE

Paramount Pictures' eagerly anticipated screen version of Tomb Raider, starring Academy Award(R) winner Angelina Jolie, has begun principal photography in London. Directed by Simon West (The General's Daughter, Con Air), the live-action feature film is inspired by the most popular interactive video character in history -- Lara Croft. Beautiful and brainy, Lara is the heroine of Eidos Interactive's phenomenally successful Tomb Raider video game series.

Last Updated: Jul 31, 2000

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