Eidos has today announced release dates for the previously announced Tomb Raider Underworld DLC levels, Beneath the Ashes and Lara's Shadow, available exclusively on Xbox LIVE Marketplace for Xbox 360.
I heard this game sold better on Ps3,does anyone have the numbers?
i think i read somewhere that the ps3 version had sold about 100,000 more than the xbox360 version...so not great sales on either platform. i expected it to sell alot higher on the ps3 though considering Tomb Raider was a hugely successful exclusive for playstation for a long time. i am still going to pick this game up (on xbox360) cause i loved playing tomb raider back in the day on playstation
@DrRage Dude, want my advice? Rent it first or buy it online (for the lowest prices)! The game sucks! Lots of bugs and lame aiming! If U have a PS3 and played UNCHARTED, u wont be able to play this game for more than 2 hours! Even though its short as hell! At least its my experience with the PS3 version, not sure the DLC in the X360 will add much more to it! My 2 cents!
I think a lot more ps3 users might have bought the game if the whole dlc thing wasn't aimed at the x360 audience. its off puting more then anything. And uncharted probably had a big effect. naughty dog pretty much nailed the genre.
wouldn't buy this for the simple fact that they admitted to taking out content from the game to later sell as DLC. So knowing this as a fact, F THEM!
Exactly! This little dirty secret unraveled as the development folded under sales pressure.
Yeah, the fact that part of the DLC was from the original game is going to burn Eidos and the fact for picking the wrong side (in terms of sales).
the game is trash. I didn't even bother after playing the demo. Once you play uncharted TR:U feels like......like.....trash to be honest.
Well i like Uncharted a lot but thought Underworld had much better level design and puzzles. Uncharted was more about the combat. Looking forward to the DLC.
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