Tomb Raider DLC timed exclusive to Xbox 360

They've done it again. The first bit of DLC for Tomb Raider will be a timed exclusive to Xbox 360, Crystal Dynamics has just announced on stage at Microsoft's press conference.

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Dante1122179d ago

Nice, exclusive DLC for Tomb Raider. Can't wait.

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Anon19742179d ago

Remember when Microsoft had more than just 3 exclusives and it when they used the word "exclusive" it wasn't just about timed exclusive DLC? Those were good times...

Yi-Long2179d ago

... then they announced they will once again be DLC-milking this game, and I suddenly lost all interest again.

TheBlackSmoke2179d ago (Edited 2179d ago )

I dont know why anybody is surprised. This has been the same conference for the last 3 years.


from all your comments I see all you ever complain about is DLC. you should probably stop gaming then because its been around for a while and its not going anywhere.

To be fair to eidos they never said anything about day 1 DLC, simply that 360 will get it first.

Yi-Long2179d ago (Edited 2179d ago )

... I should stop gaming!? Are you kidding me!?

DLC-announcements just make me determined to not buy these games at launch for full price. I can always pick them up a year later for a fraction of the price and ALL the content included.

Plus there are still great games being released by developers who aren't trying to nickel-and-dime me, like the brilliant Trials Evolution which has an active community offering free DLC on a daily basis.

So no, I'm not going to stop gaming, and I'm certainly not going to stop complaining about greedy publishers who are trying to nickel-and-dime me for extra money, but in return end up getting a lot less.

BTW, I also didn't mention Day 1 DLC.

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zeal0us2179d ago

I could care less for exclusive DLC. I just want to play the game.

Outside_ofthe_Box2179d ago

Thank You!

People should stop caring about DLC altogether let alone timed DLC.

Most dlc nowadays were unlockables/secret side-quests in previous gens.

People should only buy DLC that are similar to the GTA4 episodes imo.

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joab7772179d ago

This is rediculous. U dont win an E3 like this. I lobe xbox but they are pissing me off. Yeah a new gears and timed exclusives for BO2, TR & RE6. 2 of these games r knkwn for being playstation classics. So, instead of announcing great new IPs and exclusives like ps3, they rely on halo, gears, and buying out every developer to lock up multiplatform dominance. Its a fine business move, but its lazy and worries me more than ever about the xboxs future regarding hardcore gaming.

rezzah2178d ago

I knew it was going to go downhill once MS said to their fanbase, "You do not know what a hardcore gamer is".

This was in response to many complaints of Kinect being too focused on casual gaming.

The article was around the time they switched the name to Kinect.

meetajhu2179d ago

Is this the best Microsoft can do. I want Valve to make Microsoft run out of business

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Snookies122179d ago (Edited 2179d ago )

Gah I hate timed DLC! *hits head against desk* I don't want timed DLC for any game on any console. It's like saying to the customers who bought your game on a console they like, "Hey buddy, thanks for buying our game, but you're just not as appreciated as the ones who bought it for THIS console." It's a slap in the face and honestly it's one of the only things that really pisses me off with gaming.

Sorry to those who disagree, but it just feels like an insult to me even if it's for the console I was going to buy it for anyway.

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SageHonor2179d ago

I hope people dont blow this out of proportion

Cajun Chicken2179d ago

I thought this timed DLC nonsense was over and M$ were only going to bother with CoD titles. I also don't quite get how DLC could work for Tomb Raider anyway.

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