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Wednesday, 16 May 2007 10:34

Lara Croft to ride a Wii

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Use Wii Remote to move like Lara


According to GameSpot, Eidos confirmed that one more game will be "Wii vamped". Lara Croft Tomb Raider : Anniversary is coming for PC, PlayStation 2 and Playstation Portable, and it will also be available for Wii.

"The publisher promised to let gamers take control of its mascot heroine in "brand-new, unique ways" with the Wii controller", but they didn't go into specifics.

A release window for the Wii edition of the game will be announced later. For the other versions, Eidos last month pegged a June 5 North American launch for the PC and PS2 versions, and the PSP edition is expected to follow soon thereafter."

We already wrote about new Lara here, and you can check out more on GameSpot here.

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