Eidos has confirmed to Eurogamer that Tomb Raider: Anniversary will be out for Wii on 7th December.

It had previously assured us it would be out before the end of the year, but this is the first time it has settled on a date.

By now you know that Anniversary is a remake of the original Tomb Raider that rocketed Lara Croft to global fame. It was put together on the Legend engine by Crystal Dynamics to celebrate ten years of the fiery vixen, although delays actually pushed it into its 11th year.

Fresh bits and bobs for this version are some Wiimote waving, but otherwise - hopefully - it will be very similar to its PS2 and 360 counterparts we gave 9/10. A cert, in other words.

Pop over to our recent Tomb Raider: Anniversary Xbox 360 review to find out more.

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