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Tomb Raider: Unfinished Business Latest News - PC

Tomb Raider: Unfinished Business
Game Description:Tomb Raider: Unfinished Business comprises 4 additional levels called for Tomb Raider, Unfinished Business and Shadow of the Cat. It chronicles Lara's dramatic return to Atlantis - Lara has discovered the existence of a ruined segment of the alien city, allegedly containing a hive of surviving creatures guarding an alien hatchery. In this new adventure she must destroy the aliens before they invade again! This game is also available with its parent in the Tomb Raider Gold pack.
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Tomb Raider: Unfinished Business News

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  • A Re-Booted 'Tomb Raider' Movie is in the Works

    A new, "re-booted" Tomb Raider movie could be coming to a theater near you. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. and producer Dan Lin are in early development for the project. The last two Tomb Raider movies were made by Paramount, but the company apparently isn't interested in continuing the series. The movie rights to...

    Posted January 28, 2009| 47 Comments

    A Re-Booted 'Tomb Raider' Movie is in the Works
  • X-Play Comedy: Lara Croft Casting

    Posted: January 29, 2009

    108,711 Views | 01:22 | 5 Comments

 


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