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Tomb Raider Legend and Tomb Raider Anniversary now backwards compatible on Xbox One
Xbox players who want to prepare for Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s release next month can now perfect their grappling techniques old-school style, as two of Lara Croft’s earlier adventures have been added to Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list.
Legend, the seventh game in the Tomb Raider series, was originally released in 2006 and was described as an “old-style Lara adventure” full of “lasting nostalgia” even then. A year later, Tomb Raider Anniversary was released. A reworking of the very first Tomb Raider game, Anniversary retained the original’s brilliant level design but gave it a lick of fresh paint.
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