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Submitted by Sev 453d ago | review

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review (PS4) - PlayStation LifeStyle

PSLS: Rebooting Tomb Raider and telling an origins story of the iconic Lara Croft was a pricey endeavor for Square Enix, taking practically all of 2013 to reach profitability. With the hard work of concept and production out of the way, bringing Tomb Raider to next generation platforms is a brilliant way to both extend the earnings potential of the product while delivering a definitive experience to those that either missed out on Tomb Raider the first time, or simply want to relive it in its glory. The question is—are the visual and performance upgrades worth paying the full retail price of $59.99 if you’ve already played it or when the PS3 version is available for half the price? (PS4, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition) 8/10

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