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Hidden away at the bottom of Eidos' financial results was the revelation that Tomb Raider: Legend is going to be released on DS and GBA.
It's pretty surprising, because Eidos doesn't have much of a reputation for releasing games on Nintendo's handhelds (LEGO Star Wars is the only one we can think of). But that demonstrates how determined Eidos is to make the game a big success; Tomb Raider: Legend is also being released on PSP (see our preview) as well as five other console platforms.
No other information was announced, such as how the game design – which in the previously announced versions sees Lara going back to basics, leaping around large cavernous environments and finding strange artifacts – will be modified to deal with the specific features of DS and GBA. Nor did Eidos say who was developing the game. Considering its lack of handheld experience, we hope it has called upon one of the many specialist studios to get the job done right.
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