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laraCroft Reloaded

Just as I begin writing this post I realize what I have entered in the title. Too much of java and obsession with coding standards can lead to this. Now since I feel I have the onus to be less of a sloth, I'll write about anything that comes on to my mind.

So Lara Croft is about to get a make over of some sorts. The reason for this, they say, is that the last game was a completely bombed affair. It may have bombed, but it certainly made all the noises. Now lets see if ths new Lara can again be the phenomenon that she was once. What changes would I like? I really dont care. I haven't really played Lara Croft all that much. The only time I laid hands on the game was when they bundled a small demo with some computer magazine and that was years ago, when I was just a kid dazzled by the wonderful things Microsoft Paint could do.

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