Lara Croft Looks Much Sexier in HD

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Crystal Dynamics Facebooked and Tweeted comparison screenshots for the upcoming Tomb Raider Trilogy PS3 compilation over the weekend, showing how the PS2 versions of Tomb Raider Anniversary and Tomb Raider Legend have been enhanced for the re-release (Tomb Raider Underworld will also come in the bundle, but it’s already been available on PS3). Obviously, if you’ve played these games on the Xbox 360 before, there is nothing new to see here. But PS3 gamers should be pleased to see that all of Lara Croft’s, ahem, ‘assets’ are curvier and more well defined thanks to the HD facelift, and overall the games look crisper, richer in color, and much more detailed.

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