Every gamer's favourite leading lady hits the PSP with a new look

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The Independent Online

Video gaming's leading lady is back! And, in Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend, she has a new (much coveted) face. Gone are the days of Nell McAndrew and Angelina Jolie. Now, game developer Eidos has drafted in the kick-ass Moroccan/Irish beauty Karima Adebibi - the new Lara lookalike they discovered working behind the counter at Top Shop.

Having already won the hearts and minds of gamers worldwide, today's Lara has been beautifully redesigned, making her every bit as alluring and athletic, and giving her even more intricate expressions, moves and abilities.

Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend sees Lara travelling the globe, visiting cinematic and exotic locations. She scours ancient tombs, dangerous jungles and snowy mountain ruins in search of an ancient English artefact. She is pitted against rival forces led by a face from her past - a nemesis long thought dead. But Lara has an arsenal of modern equipment at her disposal, including a magnetic grappling device, frag grenades, a personal lighting device and sophisticated communications equipment. Gamers can now experience tomb raiding as never before.

Created by Crystal Dynamics, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend is grounded in the series' tomb raiding roots and built to challenge even the most accomplished serial adventurer.

Based largely on the PS2 version, the PSP version of Tomb Raider: Legend is now being launched. Read on for your chance to win a copy of this new edition, which features exclusive game modes and a host of bonus content.

Tomb Raider: Legend is available on PS2, Xbox 360, Xbox, PC and PSP. Visit www.tombraider.com for more information.