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Tomb Raider: The first three hours | Destructoid

Destructoid: "Crystal Dynamics has toiled diligently, making well-received Tomb Raider games even when Lara’s position as gaming’s Indy had seemingly been usurped by one Nathan Drake. Never one to lie down and die -- well, except that one time she did -- Lara and Crystal Dynamics aren’t leaving this throne unchallenged." (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

Mathew9R   1042d ago | Spam
ninjagoat  +   1042d ago
Day one patch for water wings. :D
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BanBrother  +   1042d ago
Or just pull out the PS1 and/or "Phat" PS3 to re-live the glory days.

Damn, every time I say Glory days I get Bruce Springstein stuck in my head!!! lalalalalalalala
IK IR Y IP T  +   1042d ago
wow please tell me you guys are lien ! well I guess since she went from a d-cup to a c-cup she cant float anymore weak !

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