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Submitted by CraigGOA 1872d ago | article

AAG Feature: Unwrapping Lara Croft: One page at a time

All Age Gaming's Ian Crane managed to obtain a piece of gaming history in the form of "The Art of Tomb Raider" which includes every possible significant piece of Tomb Raider art presented in a 568 page, two volume set. With only 2000 produced, this is something that would be a prizes possession for any massive Tomb Raider fan. Ian provides us with his opinion on this unique piece of Tomb Raider history. (PS2, PS3, Tomb Raider, Tomb Raider: Anniversary, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360)

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