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Tomb Raider: Anniversary dated

Lara enters June.

Eidos has confirmed that the PC and PS2 versions of Tomb Raider: Anniversary will be out across Europe on 1st June.

However, a date is yet to be set for the PSP game.

We'd recently been led to believe it would be out towards the end of May, but a one week slip seems too insignificant to throw coffee over people about.

It's inspired by the first ever Tomb Raider game, responsible for kick-starting the enormously popular series. But it's had more than a dose of spit-shine polish. It's running on the Tomb Raider: Legend engine, for starters, and has bags of new content and surprises to get stuck into.

It was originally planned to celebrate 10 years of Lara, but has since slipped over into the 11th year.

And you'll be pleased to know that the PS2 version is compatible with PlayStation 3. If you have one, that is.

You can see what we thought of it in our recent Tomb Raider Anniversary impressions.

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