Copyright 2001

[ June 27th 2001 ]

Aspry Media President Michael Rogers has hinted the company plans to port the Next Generation of Tomb Raider titles, which are currently under development by British studio Core Design, to the Macintosh platform during an interview heralding the release of Westlake Interactives Tomb Raider Chronicles for MAC.

"We're doing everything we can to ensure that no MAC owner will ever have to go without Lara." Rogers proclaimed, suggesting that Westlake will work closely with Core to ensure their new game engine, improved environments and AI and a completely redesigned Lara Croft will tender its adventure to Macintosh gamers. Westlake Interactive also successfully ported the Tomb Raider Level Editor which has shipped with Chronicles. This tool enables users to design and create their own Lara Croft adventures and benefit from over 500 available custom levels already in circulation.

Core Design, the Derbyshire studio owned by publisher Eidos Interactive, have remained tight tipped on their Next Generation Lara Croft, but from what we've seen to date, everything suggests a marked increase in game-play, control and environment and has been designed to appeal to hardcore Tomb Raider fans as well as entice new players into the world of Lara Croft. Core Design is expected to officially announced Tomb Raider Next Generation (which is a working title only) some time in September. For the latest word on work in progress, including exclusive screen shots and media, head on over to our TRNG section.

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