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Post by Dan @ 03:36pm 29/10/08 | 7 Comments
Xbox 360 Owners are the first to get a look-in at the latest Lara Croft adventure, with a playable demo of the upcoming Tomb Raider Underworld now available for download from the Xbox Live Marketplace.

The 1.27GB download features an early level from the game, set in Thailand. Tomb Raider Underworld is due on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and Nintendo DS on November 27 2008. More details and media can be located on AusGamers' Tomb Raider Underworld game page












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Sc00bs
Posted 03:38pm 29/10/08
needs links to new awesome lara videos or atleast pictures of her new high def boobs/ side boob
Pirroh
Posted 03:54pm 29/10/08
Xbox is spelt wrong :P
Mantra
Posted 04:01pm 29/10/08
You gotta wonder about someone that works in the media and spells xbox wrong.

/me wonders
Dan
Posted 04:09pm 29/10/08
Especially after he spelled it right 2 times previously, right!
Mantra
Posted 04:14pm 29/10/08
Exactly!!
Nathan
Posted 05:00pm 29/10/08
1.3gb demos, when will the madness end
theglenn01
Posted 04:04pm 30/10/08
The madness has only just begun
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