I wanted to edit the page, but since I can't, I'll leave the content I planned to put in here:
The creators of the patch were sent a cease and desist notice by Eido's lawyers, who threatened to sue. Eidos has since bought the Nuderaider.com domain name. A similar nude patch was created for Tomb Raider Anniversary.
- Thanks, I'll add it to the page.
- --tombraidergirl 13:08, 14 January 2008 (CET)
I have cleaned up this article a bit. There was a lot of ridicule and opinion in it and I have tried to approach the topic more objectively. Although I really liked that part: "If you have the need to see something naked get the Playboy with Nell McAndrew in it. I cannot promise you that there is much to see, since I have never seen the inside of it." ;-) Nonetheless, I think that this discussion page is a far more suitable place for opinions and that the main page should be reserved for facts. Feel free to have a look at the article history, though.
This is still a somewhat sore spot within the community, as it associates Tomb Raider fans with pornographic content. From my personal experience in the last 15+ years as a Lara Croft fan, I can say that I never encountered any person who ever installed that patch just to have a naked girl running around on screen doing his every bidding. And I have met quite a few fans from different parts around the world over the years. Personally I think it is somewhat sick, but there are obviously a lot of... "strange" people on the internet.