Copyright 2008

[ January 28th 2008 ]

Prior to the decision by Eidos plc to port development of the Tomb Raider franchise to Crystal Dynamics, former Lara Croft architects Core Design were working on their own commemorative edition of Tomb Raider to celebrate 10 years of Lara Croft. While this version of the game was subsequently canned when Core Design were disbanded, a steady flow of media showcasing the work has been forthcoming.

Finally, we can bring you an inside look at Core Design's Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition video-game, including conceptual artworks from two of the leading designers working on the game, James Kenny and Carl Yellot-Bilby, and a first look at the official trailer that would have spearheaded a promotional campaign ahead of the game's release.

Crystal Dynamics have admirably stepped up to the plate and completely rejuvenated the Tomb Raider series, developing both the critically acclaimed Tomb Raider Legend and their own Tomb Raider Anniversary adventure, based on the original Core Design video-game from 1996.

Even though Core Design are no more, fans can still celebrate the work and momentum that the Derbyshire-based developers brought to the table, while at the same time look ahead at the dawning of a new era for Lara Croft in Tomb Raider Underworld.

Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary Edition

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