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[ October 5th 2006 ]

Tomb Raider Legend has scored silverware at this year's BAFTA video-games awards ceremony by winning Best Original Score. The Lara Croft-helmed adventure beat off stiff competition from The Elder Scrolls IV, Dragon Quest, The Movies and LocoRoco.

The BAFTA Video Games Awards is the UK's leading organisation dedicated to the recognition and promotion of excellence in the fields of the moving image. Renowned for its high profile Film & Television Awards ceremonies, the prestigious BAFTA mask has long been seen as a symbol of excellence.

Tomb Raider Legend was launched on Xbox 360, Xbox, PS2 and PC in April 2006 and on PSP in June 2006. During the financial year Eidos sold over 2.9 million units of Tomb Raider Legend to retailers and distributors.

The original score for Tomb Raider Legend was composed by acclaimed musician Troels Folmann. Folmann had previously scribed the music for Project Snowblind and introduced the concept of micro-scoring in video-games.

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