Tomb Raider Anniversary ready for European release on October 26th
Tomb Raider Anniversary on PSP looks just like the PS2 game
After weeks of perpetual delay, Tomb Raider Anniversary is finally out for PSP. Eidos was strangely suspicious about the PSP version, refusing to release video of the handheld edition. Thankfully, it appears that the PSP version looks a lot like the PS2 version. Check out this new video from PSP GadgetZ to see for yourself.
With the game readily available, we want to know what you think about the game. Certainly, this game doesn't deserve to go without notice, does it?
Tomb Raider Anniversary looking less chunky in new screens
Deal of the Day: Tomb Raider Legend for $20
I really believe Tomb Raider: Legend is going to be looked at as the game that got the series back on track. Sure, it had its fair share of problems, like being too short, but the game looks so pretty and plays so well, it's definitely worthy of being in any gamer's library.
And now, you can get a used copy of Legend for only $20 at Gamefly.com. Yeah, Gamefly is that online video-game rental site, but they do sell their stock every now and then. And, if you're a Gamefly member, you get an extra 5 percent knocked off your total.
Get 'em while the gettin's good!
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Metareview: Tomb Raider Legend [Update]
- Gamespot (62/100) - "The only new challenge to be found in this version is the challenge of adapting to the uncooperative camera and clunky controls."
- IGN (72/100) - " While rough around the edges, Tomb Raider Legend still manages to offer a unique, worthwhile experience on PSP."
- Gamespy (70/100) - "All in all, we recommend Tomb Raider: Legend to fans and non-fans alike, but you might be better off picking up a copy of one of the console versions."
Happy birthday, Lara!
On this day, 38 years ago, a child was born with a silver spoon in her mouth and a loaded glock in her hand. This would normally make for an interesting opening to what could be an autobiographical opus of human achievement, but instead it’s little more than chintzy marketing-speak for an assortment of polygons and normal-mapped hoochie shorts. But, hey, we love Lara anyway. So here’s to you, Lara; here’s hoping that Tomb Raider Legend for the PSP doesn’t stink.
Lara Croft doubles down on PSP
Gaming Target alerts us to the news that a special Tomb Raider: Tenth Anniversary game is headed to the PSP this year. This newly revealed game will be in addtion to the previously announced Tomb Raider: Legend that is also PSP bound. Will Tenth Anniversary be a remake, a special pack-in or a pre-buy promotion? The answers are unclear, but too much Lara Croft can't be a bad thing! Oh, wait, it can be a bad thing... see all Tomb Raider games after Tomb Raider 2.
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Lara Croft struts for the PSP
The latest screenshots for the upcoming Tomb Raider: Legend have hit. And they sure are pretty.
As difficult as it is to believe, our beloved heorine, Lara Croft, looks better than ever in the latest incarnation of this
The new game is headed to your PSP this Spring and boasts graphics on par with the PS2 (and may even have a feature to allow the exchange of save games between the two platforms). Head over to Gamesrader to check out the new screens. But, please, don't stare.