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Raid some tombs: Tomb Raider Underworld demo hits Xbox LIVE Marketplace


10:24 AM on 10.28.2008
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"Explore everything. Stop at Nothing. Download the Tomb Raider: Underworld demo now!"

That's the description for the 1.27GB Tomb Raider: Underworld demo that appeared on Xbox LIVE Marketplace this morning. While I'd imagine you won't have the opportunity to "explore everything" (and the whole "stop at nothing" could be an issue if you don't have an Xbox LIVE Gold account), you'll probably want to download the demo. Why? Because Lara Croft is back and as usual, she's wearing tiny cargo shorts to crawl around on rocks and shoot tigers.

Whether or not she'll get her knees and shins scraped up in that get-up is entirely in your hands. It might be pretty, but it's not going to be easy -- the first thirty seconds of the demo has Lara jumping into some gorgeous-looking water to swim with a God damned shark.

Stop at nothing, guys -- download the Tomb Raider: Underworld demo ... now!






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