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Tomb Raider Definitive Edi

by Square Enix
PlayStation 4
 Mature

Price: CDN$ 59.99
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 4
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
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121 of 139 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game.. a bit pricey for an "upgraded port" though Jan. 28 2014
By MiRSD - Published on Amazon.com
The PS4/XBox One version of Tomb Raider has caused a bit of drama. Tomb Raider was originally released on the PS3/Xbox 360 a little under a year ago -- when they announced the PS4 port so quick to the actual release date (announced Dec 7th, released late January), combined with the fact that it would retail at full price, it caused a bit of negative press.

Right off the bat, this is for the most part a port of the current version. There have been upgrades to it along the way (lighting, textures, hair effects) but the game was not re-made from scratch for the next-gen versions. The original game did already look really good on the PS3/360, but there is a noticeable difference still. If you're looking for "new stuff" in this version, it's unfortunately not there.

I own the PS3 and PS4 versions and have put about 12-16 hours into the PS4 version as of this review (game completed with 67%).

The PS4 version runs at 1080p, 60fps (it may dip below that a bit, particularly in the very wide-open environments but I don't have any way of confirming the framerate. For me, it seemed to run fine, just not quite as smooth as some of the smaller locations).
The PS4 version also includes all of the DLC from the original release (different costumes, multiplayer extras, etc..) -- this was nice to have included with it (as it would surely upset people if it hadnt been), but the content is still pretty basic.

The PS4 version does make use of the new controller -- you can swipe up on the touchpad to light the torch, down to put it out.. you can use voice controls to bring up map, switch weapons, etc.. The controller LED also seems to change colors at points in the game (unfortunately, playing the game you rarely ever see the LED colors on the front of the controller, so I don't know how useful this feature is :) ). Lastly, some audio does seem to come out of the controllers' speaker (such as radio dialog during cutscenes). My verdict on these: I used the touchpad, didn't use voice controls and didn't really notice the controller speaker as much (unless the TV was on mute). It seems much more noticeable when used in other games such as Resogun. I didn't pay attention to the LED, but did see it changing colors from time to time.

The gameplay itself is great. Probably one of my favorite (single player -- I didn't try Multiplayer) games in years. The story keeps you entertained, the upgrades along the way work very nicely (keeps it from being the same throughout - you actually want to upgrade weapons and find new weapons), the story/gameplay is fairly linear.. hard to get lost (even in wide open areas). There are some things you can do along the way: Hunting to build up experience, optional tombs to explore. My favorite part of the game is that it was constantly moving between types of gameplay.. exploring.. hunting.. puzzles.. shootouts.. quicktime events.. it never felt like I was stuck running around for 2 hours from location to location, the variety always mixed things up and kept the game fresh.

The game itself is worth fullprice to me.

For someone who has already played/owned the PS3/360 versions, this is simply a visual upgrade for the most part. The visual upgrade is VERY NICE, but it's hard to justify buying it again when it could have easily been a "HD VERSION" like we saw last gen. While some stuff is obviously upgraded, other aspects seem to look the same. Lara's model seems to be given the biggest upgrade (obviously), but other characters seem to be mostly the same. I never played the PC version, but imagine this is closer to what that looked like.

So is it worth it?

If you do not own it on another console, Yes. I would buy the PS4 version even though the PS3 version can be had for less than half the price.
If you do own it on another console, it's hard to justify at full price. I bought it because I loved the game and was happy to play through it again and see the changes.. but that's hard to suggest others do when its merely an upgraded version and not a full remake.

Note: The PS4 version is offered in 2 options.. Standard case or Artbook. The Artbook version is the one I bought, and included a DVD-Sized artbook with slipcover and a slot in the back of the artbook to hold the game disc. This is a bit disappointing as the case is oversized and doesn't match PS4 cases. The artbook is nice with some cool concept art though.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tomb Raider Definitive Edition, worth it or not? July 2 2014
By Patrick Larkin - Published on Amazon.com
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Tomb Raider: The Definitive Edition is an updated version of the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot with update graphics and controls. Many people were unhappy about the game releasing at full retail price of $60 since it is essentially a port of the original. Many who bought the original last year questioned if it was worth buying again on current-gen. I will attempt to answer that question.

2013's Tomb Raider is one my favorite games of all time. The story has a dark, gritty feel that was lacking in the original games. While the earlier games were fun-filled adventure tales, this is a story about survival. Lara ends up stranded on an uncharted island and must build herself up to survive against hostile human adversaries as well as the elements.

The characters are extremely done. Camilla Luddington plays Lara Croft extremely well and makes Lara seem human in a way that the original games did not. The bulletproof Lara of the past is gone, and in her place is a Lara that is scared, gets hurt, and must learn from her mistakes in order to survive and save her friends. The remaining cast is mostly done very well, with one or two exceptions.

The graphics in the last-gen version of the game were spectacular, and the current-gen are even better. The controls are update as well, with fun new ways to switch weapons, bring up the map, and light and stow your torch. Also, the prequel comic that came with a preorder of the original is included on the disk in digital form.

For those who have yet to experience this game it is definitely worth full retail. For those who already own the game I suggest you wait until it drops in price to about $20-30.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Game April 28 2014
By MightyCzar - Published on Amazon.com
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I wasn't sure what to expect but can honestly say that this was an amazing game. It was much longer and much more creative than I was expecting. I was hoping for a 10 hour Uncharted game with a female lead. It was much much more than that. I am now a Tomb Raider fan and will be purchasing the next addition, whenever that may be.

Note: I did not own or play the PS3 version. I only tried this one because there wasn't much available yet for PS4. Glad I did!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Leaves you sad it's over when you beat it. May 13 2014
By Adam J. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
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Pros:
1. Great graphics
2. Great story
3. Great gameplay

Cons:
1. Buggy. Even months later on PS4 and a full year later on PS3, this game still has freeze bugs that can happen anywhere and any time. Even as far as corrupting game saves. Make regular backups to PSN or USB thumb.

I'd elaborate, but really the game just sort of speaks for itself when you play it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My wife played the PS3 version and love it! July 14 2014
By Ricaurte Goti Amaya - Published on Amazon.com
My wife played the PS3 version and love it!!!. Now we get this Definitive Edition than comes will all the DLC plus a better frame rate and better graphics on the PS4. This game totally blow me away. Very fun, nice story and truly a masterpiece. Can't wait for the next chapter of this amazing game. Highly recommend to everyone.

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