Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"The Tomb Raider franchise had been around for over sixteen years when the series was rebooted last year by Crystal Dynamics. With this reboot fans saw a new side of Lara Croft and many people believed that not only did the game deliver an excellent experience but it was even a game of the year contender for many outlets. With such an amazing reception for the original game, Square Enix is now bringing us the Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider for next-gen consoles. Sporting all of the game’s DLC and a major graphical overhaul, is this title still everything fans loved?"

Read Full Story >>
The story is too old to be commented.
discordman1699d ago

Don't see a reason for this port, but since it was a fantastic game, no reason not to I suppose.

Subby1699d ago

It's a bit of a strange title for a Definitive Edition isn't it? Why not have a Deus Ex Human Revolution next-gen port, rather than the pointless Director's Cut release?

Tomb Raider originally failed to meet Square Enix's sales expectations, so maybe they wanted to further capitalise on the title...

darksky1699d ago

Funny that where were lots of negative comments when it was announced and the uproar that it costs full price and yet it has been getting great reviews everywhere.

It's a great game and well worth it if you haven't played it before.

RioKing1699d ago

IF you haven't played it before. But if you did purchase the ps3/xbox version then you should be able to buy this at a substantial discount IMO.

MasterCornholio1699d ago

I really want this game but the campaign is only 6 hours long plus the multiplayer isn't that good. Which is why I'll wait for a price drop before buying it.