Tomb Raider: The Trilogy

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Remark: This article describes the promotional video Tomb Raider: The Trilogy . For information about the first three Crystal Dynamics games, see The Tomb Raider Trilogy.

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Tomb Raider: The Triology - not to be confused with The Tomb Raider Trilogy, a collection of the Tomb Raiders Legend, Anniversary, and Underworld for PlayStation 3 - is a short video which was produced in 1998 by Silver Films for the Tomb Raider III launch party. The Trilogy was never screened outside that event, which took place at the Natural History Museum in London, until PAX East 2016. During the panel Lara Croft: The Undisputed Queen of Gaming it was announced that the original digibeta tape was found and the video is now available to the public.

Producer was Janey de Nordwall, who went on to win a BAFTA for her production work, and now runs the British Arrow Awards.

Tomb Raider: The Trilogy captured the spirit of the Tomb Raider phenomenon and impact of Lara Croft in the late 90s, wrapped up in a detective-noir setting.


as Sarah Greenwood, a psychiatrist working for the London police
as the disturbed "Man" questioned by the police because he carried Dual Pistols and some Artefacts
as Detective Inspector D.I. Murdoch, the investigating office

During the film the Classic Lara Croft can be seen in several sequences taken from Tomb Raider I through III, but she is not credited at the end.


Tomb Raider: The Trilogy (1998) on Tomb Raider's Youtube Channel