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TEARS OF THE DRAGON MOVIE STREAMING

Tears Of The Dragon is a fan-produced homage to the world of Lara Croft starring Valerie Perez. The entire movie can now be viewed online via our new streaming service. Adventurer and heiress Lara Croft fights to hold on to the last feeling of family she has by tracking down an ancient cure to save the life of her long-time and most devoted friend Winston.

Last Updated: Nov 14, 2007

TOMB RAIDER FULL SERIES SCREEN SHOTS

Screen shots award gamers a glimpse into the worlds they depict, and we've an offering fit for a King (and Queen) for our readers. Tomb Raider Chronicles has produced an exclusive series of screen shots from all Tomb Raider games, including the bonus Gold levels, and The Lost Artifact.

Last Updated: Jul 20, 2005

SEQUEL DIALOGUE LITTERED WITH CLICHES

The newest float in the summer sequel parade belongs to Lara Croft, the swashbuckling archaeologist and British aristocrat who rose to digital stardom as the protagonist of a pioneering video game. Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life emerges as just one more formulaic action film as the title character bounces around the globe in a deadly treasure hunt. The object of her search is nothing less than the original Pandora's Box, which is revealed to be some sort of intergalactic surprise package that was once the source of all life on earth but now contains the very essence of death and evil.

Last Updated: Aug 14, 2003

TOMB RAIDER IN GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR

Here at last, the long-awaited, high-quality graphics patch for the classic original Tomb Raider game. But is it from Core or Eidos? No! A lone developer, Paul Gardiner, has gotten fed up of waiting for an official patch, and has pioneered some new DOS/Windows communication software which allows Tomb Raider to make use of modern graphics cards.

Last Updated: Dec 11, 2001

TOMB RAIDER IN GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR

Here at last, the long-awaited, high-quality graphics patch for the classic original Tomb Raider game. But is it from Core or Eidos? No! A lone developer, Paul Gardiner, has gotten fed up of waiting for an official patch, and has pioneered some new DOS/Windows communication software which allows Tomb Raider to make use of modern graphics cards.

Last Updated: Dec 1, 2001

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