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Play the Last Tomb Raider Reboot While Waiting For the Next One

Posted on Thursday, January 6 @ 20:42:15 PST by
That brutal Tomb Raider restart coming from Crystal Dynamics wasn't the first time they've had to revolutionize the British, female Indiana Jones. Staying relevant takes some real effort!

Luckily, if you've been falling behind Lara Croft's adventures, you'll be able to play a little catch-up with the exclusive Tomb Raider Trilogy in HD on PS3.

Tomb Raider Legend and Anniversary have been reskinned in HD, and Underworld was already all prettied up. Rounding out the package is a XMB theme, Home avatars, and behind-the-scenes video.

Easily the best part of the deal is the price. The package will retail for $39.99 on March 22!

I'm not a big fan of Tomb Raider.... I never had Playstation and the gameplay never really appealed to me. Of course, if you're in the same position as I am, the trilogy package seems like the best way to get your feet wet.


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