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Submitted by robser73 920d ago | news

Tomb Raider, will be the first Square Enix localized into Arabic

Lara is ready to debut in Eastern language.

Square Enix is proud to announce that Tomb Raider, the reboot of the series by Crystal Dynamics team, will debut in the Middle East localized into Arabic and will be the first to boast this feature in the history of the franchise.

“We are really excited to be bringing Tomb Raider localized into Arabic for the first time in the series history. In localizing Tomb Raider into Arabic, we hope to reward the long term fans, and also attract many more to this origin story of Lara Croft,” said Karl Stewart, Global Brand Director.

Nadine Njeim, model and Miss Lebanon 2007, she gave his voice to play Lara Croft. (PC, PS3, Tomb Raider 2013, Xbox 360)

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profgerbik  +   920d ago
Be great if other developers were so willing to localize games like this..

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