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[ February 14th 2006 ]

Lara Croft, the world's first digital sex symbol, will celebrate her birthday on February 14. True to the independent and contrarian traits of the Aquarian sign, Lara will not reveal her age.

While she shares her birthday with Valentine's Day, Lara will have no time for flowers, candy or adoring suitors. She is on-location in La Paz, Bolivia gearing up for her latest video game adventure - Lara Croft Tomb Raider Legend, which begins amid ancient ruins in Bolivia.

The game hits retail stores worldwide on April 11 for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, Xbox video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and the PC. Tomb Raider Legend will also ship for Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PSP (PlayStation Portable) system at a later date.

Lara Croft blasted through the gaming world's old-boy-network 10 years ago as the first leading lady in a video game. Since then her name has sold more than 30 million video games and inspired music videos, comic books, amusement park attractions and two blockbuster films.

When not raiding tombs, Lara has been found gracing magazine covers such as Entertainment Weekly and promoting everything from energy drinks to breakfast cereals.

Since her debut in 1996, Lara's star has continued to rise. She was even nominated as one of Time Magazine's Most Influential Figures of the 20th Century.

Karima Adebibe

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