Given the comparative success of each, it's slightly odd that Lara Croft and one of Nintendo's consoles are yet to meet (yes, we're aware that skanky 2D Tomb Raider games have appeared on the Game Boy Advance and Game Boy Color, but we're talking home consoles here). That's all set to change in the near future however, with Eidos today announcing that Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend will be finding its way to the GameCube this September in the US. A PAL date is yet to appear for the Cube release.
Of course, Ms Croft will be seen on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, PC and PSP at some point in April in Europe and Australia, and the Xbox 360 release will be following closely behind. But if you're one of these odd types who only ever buys Nintendo hardware, you'll also be able to enjoy a dose of Lara. Eventually. It may be worth it as well, as Legend is looking like it could just be a little better than the usual dross churned out under the Tomb Raider banner since the first and second game appeared. But then everyone said the same about Angel of Darkness. Either way, our review will be here soon, telling you all you need to know.