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Submitted by ICC_06 266d ago | review

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition review - MMGN

Ben Salter of MMGN: Last year, I said “Tomb Raider is a resounding success and one of the best reboots this generation.” One console generation later, and it’s still one of the best games you can play on either Xbox One or PlayStation 4. For those next-gen adopters who haven’t played it, this is the definitive version. The combat is engaging, the story is entertaining and the new Lara really is a Croft. For those who have, $80 is a step asking price for an enhanced version of a game you played just last year — a $10 or $20 upgrade would have been much more reasonable — but with little else filling the post-launch void, if you can justify the cost, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is worthy of a revisit. (PS4, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Xbox One) 9.0/10

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