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Lara goes mobile

Could quite easily be better than DoA. Sorry, AoD.

Lara Croft will be getting second chance to win back gamers hearts this year after the abysmal Angel of Darkness with the release of the mobile specific Tomb Raider: The Osiris Codex.

Developed by mobile development aficionados IOMO for Java-enabled phones, the game actually comes in three episodes of which The Osiris Codex is the first. Taking the form of a side-scrolling platformer - that could be reminiscent of the original Prince of Persia if it's any good - Lara can of course perform her usual raiding repertoire of shooting, pushing, pulling, jumping, running, climbing and crouching, all sans breast physics. God bless 2D.

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