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Catracoth

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Saturday, October 20th 2007, 3:37pm

Eidos Reveals the Xbox 360 Release Dates

As I had posted in a news article, Eidos will release the Xbox 360 version in North America on October 23rd and in Europe on October 26th. But, interestingly enough, in order to access the downloadable content, players will need a Tomb Raider Legend disk.

Any thoughts, comments, or concerns?
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Saturday, October 20th 2007, 3:42pm

I thought they were known for a while. But frankly I cannot be bothered with just another release of Anniversary. The only thing interesting is the Wii release as this will be fundamentally different from the PC version. Besides that Anniversary is old news.

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Saturday, October 20th 2007, 3:44pm

The Wii release will be quite the show. Especially with the Wii only featurettes.
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