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- Live the critically acclaimed, cinematic action-adventure, re-built specifically for next gen consoles
- Survive high-octane combat, customize Lara's weapons and gear, and overcome grueling environments to uncover the island's deadly secret
- See Lara Croft like never before, with every bead of sweat, strand of hair, and article of clothing delivered in obsessive detail
- Endure a stunningly re-imagined island, fraught with new, unforgiving storms, and alive with motion
- Own the complete Tomb Raider experience with all of the DLC, including the Tomb of the Lost Adventurer, six outfits for Lara, a digital mini art book, and the digital comic "The Beginning
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The cinematic action-adventure that forced Lara Croft to grow from an inexperienced young woman into a hardened survivor has been re-built for Xbox One and PS4, featuring an obsessively detailed Lara and a stunningly lifelike world. To survive her first adventure and uncover the island's deadly secret, Lara must endure high-octane combat, customize her weapons and gear, and overcome grueling environments. The Definitive Edition of the critically-acclaimed action-adventure includes digital versions of the Dark Horse comic, Brady games mini-art book and combines all of the DLC.
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UNTIL you realize that the combat is so super weak you feel like you beat this game in your sleep. I'm a very casual gamer, and it felt like it required no effort at all to plow through this game on the regular difficulty. I guess you could bump it up to hard, but that wouldn't change the other problem with the combat, which is that the mechanics feel totally outdated. For example, in previous tomb raiders you could do really basic things like shoot while jumping, but not in this one. You just aim boring weapons at super slow moving targets and shoot them from pretty much any range, and that's how you whack mofos. The weapons are kind of like whatever – who really cares about upgrading your rifle since it basically kills everything effortlessly from any distance and you never really run out of ammo. Lastly, there's times where the game feels like some old crappy arcade game, where you have to tap "X" at just the right moment to get through a sequence. I saw that in this game and I was like, really, people still incorporate this into video games... why? No, really, why??
It's all good though. I bought this on Black Friday discount and it was a fun game, even though I plowed through it super fast. I guess there's a bunch of secret tombs you can find here and there, and secret items like relics (like little carved statues, which no sane person would ever really care about)... if any of that floats your boat. I was really impressed by every aspect of the game's design, but found the combat to be whatever. I think the game is worth checking out at least for the design.
Story: Game is well paced with a very linear on the rails plot but allows for easy exploring for crafting and collectables on the side without disrupting the main story. It's a well contained origin story an was entertaining. I did flinch a lot when it came to Laura getting injured over and over. I understand they wanted to create a sense of vulnerability you don't see in the action-adventure genre (I'm looking at you Uncharted) but it was gratuitous at times.
Graphics: The visuals hold up pretty well with a nice constant 60fps with medium details. I was impressed that they managed so many of the water details for damp clothes and rain on the PS4. It's obviously on medium details but it is visually stunning and one of the best looking games I've played on console.
Sound: Not a stand out here. The soundtrack was appropriately eery but often faded to the background and the climatic moments were generic as far as music goes. The background noise and sound effects were very good. I especially appreciated the immersive reverb of a taunt bowstring from my controller audio and my TV speakers.
Gameplay: Gameplay is addicting and exciting. Whether it's in 30-60 minutes bursts or hour slogs the gameplay will keep you riveted. I enjoyed the pacing of abilities that made the beginning of the game tens (though not difficult). The platforming is a mix of older style puzzles and moving around the map with various tools like ziplines and climbing gear. The combat is a bit clunky and lends itself heavily to stealth but by midgame there were some shooting sequences that I would describe as thrilling. Don't go expecting an amazing shooter or melee combat. Upgrades and crafting were basic and comparable to Uncharted and other games in the genre.
**shipped very quickly with no damage. Does not contain instruction manual but is not a problem. The in-game tutorial is fine.**
Overall I find this TRD to be badass! It's not a perfect title ,despite that I enjoy the combat, the weapons modifications,graphics, and the dark theme. I recommend this game for the newbies and for the TRD veterans alike so If you like action/puzzle games this one is a keeper.