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Eidos has revealed that upcoming shooter Kane and Lynch: Dead Men already has a sequel planned and a movie adaptation in the works. Let's just hope the first game does well then.
The Brit-publisher is just the latest software house to hook up with Valve Software to distribute games digitally. Tomb Raider will be coming.
Delivering his annual Easter Message, Wil Harris encourages the world to work together in peace and harmony - and wonders whether £300 is better spent on a new graphics card or an Xbox 360.
A quick rifle through the demo documentation shows that there is some extra graphical goodness coming at the end of the week.
Hankering for a dose of new, improved Lara Croft? You can go and grab the demo of the new game, Legend, today.
Real life Tomb Raider models. Honestly, who's idea was that? Graphics cards in the year of HD-DVD with no HDCP support. Come on! Sony and its PlayStation 2. Why must they release such darned good games on such an appalling platform?
The new website for the latest Lara Croft title goes live, with new information about the technology behind the game. Screens and breakdown inside.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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