Copyright 2006

[ July 19th 2006 ]

Official U.S. Playstation magazine has added further credence to an article we published in June suggesting Eidos' much hyped Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary could be a direct remake of the 1996 classic Tomb Raider, which saw Lara Croft redefine the video-gaming genre with the introduction of action-adventure.

According to PSM, Crystal Dynamics intend to explore the now famous tombs from Tomb Raider using the Tomb Raider Legend engine. Another upgrade will be some 10,000 polygons now adorning Lara Croft, rather than the mere 500 which catapulted her onto the front cover of THE FACE in 1997.

We are leaning towards the theory that Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary will be an amalgamation of the best bits from Tomb Raider and Tomb Raider II, using the latest in video-game technology to restore Lara Croft to digital perfection.

Eidos has confirmed Tomb Raider 10th Anniversary is a one-off title to celebrate both Lara Croft and Tomb Raider, appealing not only to the loyal fans of the Tomb Raider series but also attracting a totally new audience.

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