Core Design's Managing Director Steps Down
Eidos announced today that Jeremy Health-Smith has resigned from his position as development and managing director of Core Design. The company was responsible for the recent development of Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness, which was originally slated for an October release of last year. Due to the game's delay, Eidos suffered heavy financial problems in it's stock shares and missed the deadline for its fiscal year report. Eidos representatives would not comment on the future of Heath-Smith at the company; however, the company would like to express its gratitude for his tenure with the Eidos Group.
Jeremy Heath-Smith founded Core Design in 1988 and immediately became known with its hit first title, Rick Dangerous. Afterwards, the company found success with titles including Chuck Rock, Thunderhawk, Heimdall, the Tomb Raider series. As Health-Smith searches for a new job position, PSX Extreme will keep you updated with all the information.