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Copyright 2005

[ March 25th 2005 ]

Eidos has begun prepping the official Tomb Raider web site for a forthcoming announcement officially introducing the future of Lara Croft - now under the aegis of Crystal Dynamics - and direction of the Tomb Raider franchise. Currently remarkably sparse on detail, informs fans of the series that information is "coming soon", and we can confirm from an email received from an Eidos representative earlier today, said information might be broadcast a lot sooner than you think.

Californian-based Crystal Dynamics took charge of the Tomb Raider franchise in 2004 after publisher Eidos ported development from original architects Core Design in a move the company said would maximise the commercial opportunity of one of its key franchises. Although details have been sparse, Eidos has confirmed Crystal Dynamics intend to restore the original properties of Lara Croft - ardent Tomb Raider, procurer of all things ancient - and a game more in tune with Prince of Persia.

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