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Tuesday, July 17, 2001
Aspyr Ships Tomb Raider: The Trilogy
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Aspyr Media has shipped Tomb Raider: The Trilogy for Mac OS, right on time as promised by their release dates schedule. This combo pack is for those who are either new to the series or who started with Tomb Raider: Chronicles and want to see the history behind that title. The combo pack combines the three previous titles with three expansion packs, two which have never before been published on CD-ROM for Mac. Here's the press release from Aspyr:

Aspyr Media Inc., in a continuing partnership with Eidos Interactive Inc., a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, today announced that it has shipped Tomb Raider(R): The Trilogy for the Macintosh(R).

    The game's conversion was performed by Westlake Interactive.

    Tomb Raider: The Trilogy is a compilation of the first six Tomb Raider games released. The Trilogy for Macintosh includes Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider II, Tomb Raider III and all the gold versions of the first three games. This includes Tomb Raider Gold, Tomb Raider II Gold and The Lost Artifact -- which has never been released for the Macintosh.

    "Tomb Raider: The Trilogy provides over 100 hours of game play and completes the Tomb Raider for Mac series," says Jeff Baietto, VP of Marketing at Aspyr. "The Trilogy is a must have for diehard Tomb Raider fans!"

    From Venice to the South Pacific, players must make their way through over 50 levels of intense action and adventure, in exotic locations like Area 51 or Antarctica. The Trilogy also features new high-resolution movies for Tomb Raider Gold, an integrated installer for all six games and the latest updates to each game.

    "Tomb Raider: The Trilogy is a great way to either get into the Tomb Raider series or to complete your collection," says Matt Knoles, Product Manager at Eidos Interactive.

    Tomb Raider: The Trilogy, for Macintosh, will be available wherever Mac games are sold, with a Suggested Retail Price of $29.95.

The release of this title completes Aspyr Media's extensive catalog of Tomb Raider titles; we can only hope their fruitful relationship with Eidos continues in the future.

Aspyr Media

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