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Tomb Raider: Legend Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Lara Croft has her dual pistols prepped for an all-new adventure. Croft takes off in search of a South American relic and instead stumbles across a piece of her own history: a dangerous figure from her own past. Now she's in a race to find one of history's legendary treasures. The game's visuals, improved dramatically across all systems, practically jump out of the screen on the 360, with ultra-realistic detail throughout the game's environments - detail that holds up even when you zoom in for a closer look. Look for more seamless interaction with environments and objects as well, with plenty of opportunities for the heroine to do some patented improvisation.
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