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One of the best games I've played in a long time

posted by soli3us (SALT LAKE CITY, UT) Aug 28, 2014

Member since Sep 2010

The Tomb Raider reboot is without a doubt one of the best games I've played in a long time. I'm rarely compelled to play a game all the way through more than once. With Tomb Raider I played it twice through on PS3 and then twice through on PS4. Needless to say I LOVED it. Brilliant gameplay, excellent mechanics and weapons (especially the bow), beautiful graphics, and an interesting story. Well worth playing.

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posted by sloppyplay2014 (HARTFORD CITY, IN) Aug 26, 2014

Member since Aug 2014

This game has a very good concept and i like the fact that you can travel back to each base you stop at. The playstation 4's compatibility for this game is the best experience you will get because of the touch technology. A must play game for any player's

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Not about the game

posted by collin9199 (CORAL SPRINGS, FL) Aug 25, 2014

Member since May 2012

My issue was not with this game, it is a great game that I really enjoyed, but due to the recent sell out where the sequel will be exclusive to the xbox, effectively cutting off 3/4 of the market for the game and trying the whole time to say it was the best decision for the game and the fan base, I say to never buy this game, and to be honest I don't intend to give them any of my money ever again. Even if the exclusive of the sequel is a timed exclusive and they launch it on the PS4 next year, I will not get it, I will not rent it. As far as I am concerned they decided to forsake their die hard fans for some up front money from Microsoft. If the xbone were a decent console and sold half as well as the PS4 they probably wouldn't have put up the money for the game anyway. All this, with the sequel, is Microsoft throwing money around to try and force people to switch to their console, but it's too late for that, numbers don't lie, and they shot themselves in the foot with this generation.

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