Tomb Raider PSP this Friday

Play in the park with Lara.

Eidos has confirmed that Tomb Raider: Legend is due out on PSP this Friday across all PAL territories.

Tomb Raider on PSP is said to be largely the same as its excellent home-console equivalent, except it also boasts a few exclusive new modes - including a Wi-Fi head-to-head game and two-player treasure hunt.

PSP owners can also look forward to hunting down a lot of bonus reward content.

Legend's already out on PS2, Xbox, PC and Xbox 360, and should be released on GameCube, DS and GBA later this year. You can find our review of the Xbox 360 version elsewhere on the site.

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