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Tomb Raider: Anniversary

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    7.5 7.5 from 19 reviewers
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    6.7 6.7 from 4 reviewers
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Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Tomb Raider: Anniversary is an adventure video game developed by Crystal Dynamics and Buzz Monkey Software, and published by Eidos Interactive for PlayStation Portable. It is also developed for other platforms including PlayStation 2, Windows, Wii, Xbox 360 and Mac OS X. It was released for PlayStation Portable version on August 9, 2007 in North America; October 26, 2007 in Europe and November 2, 2007 in Australia. It only allows single-player mode. It was rated as 12 by BBF…

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Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Tomb Raider: Anniversary is an adventure video game developed by Crystal Dynamics and Buzz Monkey Software, and published by Eidos Interactive for PlayStation Portable. It is also developed for other platforms including PlayStation 2, Windows, Wii, Xbox 360 and Mac OS X. It was released for PlayStation Portable version on August 9, 2007 in North America; October 26, 2007 in Europe and November 2, 2007 in Australia. It only allows single-player mode. It was rated as 12 by BBFC, T by ESRB, M by OFLC and 16+ by PEGI.

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The story in Annniversary begins in 1945 New Mexico as a bomb explodes that engulfs a town and reveals a strange structure. Then, in Calcutta, Lara Croft is introduced to Jacquelina Natla by Larson Conway; she requests Lara to search a piece of an artifact called the Scion which located in the Peruvian mountains. And Lara agrees to go as she is devastated not being able to search an artifact with her father. In the Peruvian mountains, Lara finds a tomb that belongs to a god king Qualopec. She also discovered that he was one of three God Kings (the Triumvirate) who ruled Atlantis before it sank. Lara leaves with a piece of the three-part Scion, but notices movement from what had appeared to be a statue of Qualopec before the tomb collapses. Suddenly, Lara confronts Larson, who attempts to take the Scion piece from her. After defeating him, Lara discovers that Natla has sent Pierre Dupont, another archeologist, to find the next piece. Lara breaks into Natla's office that night and finds evidence that the next piece of the Scion is in Greece.

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