Tomb Raider: Anniversary Wii Edition Raids Retail

Lara Croft is back in action once again as Tomb Raider: Anniversary Wii edition has now arrived on store shelves across the nation. Packed with three extra hours of exclusive gameplay and a host of exciting new control mechanics and puzzles not found in the previously released PC, PS2, PSP and Xbox 360 versions, Tomb Raider: Anniversary takes full advantage of what the Wii can do. With the game now out, Eidos and Crystal Dynamics have wrapped up their series of Wii Exclusive Features videos, and I’ve got the final three right here for your viewing pleasure.

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