New Tomb Raider film tentatively titled Obsidian
[ 15 May 2021 ]
The next Tomb Raider motion picture has been tentatively titled Tomb Raider: Obsidian.
Tomb Raider has sold 82 million units worldwide
[ 15 May 2021 ]
Tomb Raider has sold 82 million units worldwide according to new data from Square Enix.
New interview with former Core Design developers
[ 10 May 2021 ]
Meagan Marie chairs an interview with Gavin Rummery, Richard Morton, and Jamie Morton.

Copyright 2001

[ March 5th 2001 ]

Project Eden, Core Designs latest multi player adventure, will be officially released September 2001 for Playstation II and PC platforms, the company announced in a press release today. Designed by the team that created the original Tomb Raider, Project Eden is a squad-based action/adventure featuring strategic puzzle solving, tactical use of equipment and innovative character interaction set in the squalid bowels of an overpopulated Earth shadowed by affluent mega-cities.

Taking control over a team of four characters, the player(s) controls a team of 4 members of the UPA (Urban Protection Agency) - an elite force which deals with serious disturbances within the city. The team is initially called in to investigate problems at the 'Real Meat' factory after technicians sent to repair machinery which began to malfunction without reason mysteriously disappeared. Gameplay is either single player co-operative or up to four player network. A deathmatch option is available and an internet version is also planned Core also announced an October 2001 release for Herdy Gerdy coming to the Playstation 2 with Thunderhawk III debuting forth quarter 2001.

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