Tomb Raider II: Starring Lara Croft

PSX PlayStation Tomb Raider II

Jewel Case Release


November 22, 1997
7 88687 30123 7
Sony ID:
1 Player
1 Block
Analog, Vibration
Teen Animated Violence, Animated Blood
Box Copy:

Lara’s Back!

The unstoppable Lara Croft is back in Tomb Raider II. Join Lara in her quest for the Dagger of Xian, reported to possess the power of the dragon. But beware, Lara is not the only one in search of the dagger! Warrior Monks and crazed cult members plot against you as you travel from remote mountain peaks of Tibet, the canals of Venice and even the bottom of the sea.

Explore New Worlds: Tibet, China, Venice, and a sunken ship

Arm Yourself with: Automatic pistols, harpoon gun, rocket launcher, M16 rifle, Uzis, shotguns, flares and more!

Kill or be killed by: Warrior Monks, Yetis, jaguars, great white sharks, killer eels, rabid Dobermans, and more!





God help us all…

The first variant is one of the more peculiar ones – the letter A has been added to the Disc, and only the disc’s SLUS (SLUS-00437A). reports that the code on the disc is the same as the others, so the A is more then likely a typo. It matches the above release wirth the guide book inner art.


SLUS-A Variant Disc

The second variant simply updates the inside insert to have Eidos’ own Hint Line rather than the strategy guide book. Note the Black Label back inserts all have an unfinished Memory Card Icon, as it forgets the ‘1 Block’ label. They fixed this on the Greatest Hits.

PSX Tomb Raider II Eidos Hint Line Black Label Retail Release

Jewel Case Release Insert Variant

The next print run adds Core’s logo to the front of the manual.

PSX PlayStation Tomb Raider II

Ah, the first Greatest Hits release. The UPC has been changed.

PSX Tomb Raider II

Greatest Hits Release

The first Greatest Hits Variant: It calls out the two included demos on the disc. Manual has ad for “Fear Factor” would would be renamed to Fear Effect. The ESRB back insert has changed.

PSX Tomb Raider II Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits Two Demo Burst

The second Greatest Hits release now has a three demo burst on the front, and the manual ad features all three games; Gex 3, Soul Reaver, and Tomb Raider III. Note the back insider goes back to original ESRB box style.

PSX Tomb Raider II Greatest Hits

Three Demo Burst

The SLUS is now changed to SLUS-00437GH to match Sony’s new cataloging style. The ESRB box on the back flips again, and the manual now advertises Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness for PS2.

PSX Tomb Raider II Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits GH Variant

The easiest of the variants to find, as it was part of the Tomb Raider: Collector’s Edition 3-Pack.

PSX Tomb Raider II Collector's Edition

Collector’s Edition



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  • How important were Lara’s looks? One of the new features was her having an actual ponytail.



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