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[ December 2nd 2007 ]

Hot on the heels of a recent trademark request for Tomb Raider Underworld, the powers at be at Eidos have also secured the popular Tomb Raider Underworld domain name, further lending credence to the next game in the Lara Croft series having scored a much-hushed title.

Thanks to the sharp-shooting eyes of the folk from TradeMork on Friday, Eidos laid claim with the U.S. patent office for Tomb Raider Underworld, citing a product for "games downloadable from a remote computer location or recorded on CD-ROMs, compact discs, and game cartridges; downloadable electronic publications in the nature of newsletters and magazines featuring action adventure games."

Earlier this year, Eidos secured acquisition of BlueFish Media, on online digital distribution specialist whose first major push was the release of Tomb Raider Anniversary via digital medium. The dispatch of Tomb Raider 8 is widely expected to exploit this avenue of release as well as supporting purely Next-Gen consoles including Xbox 360, Sony PS3 and Windows PC.

Tomb Raider 8 - tentatively called Tomb Raider Underworld - is being developed by acclaimed U.S. developer Crystal Dynamics and has been pencilled in to debut in 2008. The title is rumoured to be based around the Mayan Calendar.

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