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Microsoft has started rolling out its holiday bundles for the Xbox One, beginning with an impressive Rise of the Tomb Raider collection that boasts a bigger hard drive and a couple of games.
Microsoft has revealed the free Games For Gold for March. Xbox 360 gamers will getting two more games for their collection while Xbox One owners will get one.
Square Enix has decided to offer another pay-what-you-want bundle of their PC games. Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 offers eight games for cheap now with more on the way in the near future.
Crystal Dynamics confirmed during Microsoft's E3 2014 press conference that they're working on a sequel to the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider. Rise of the Tomb Raider will take Lara on a new treasure-hunting quest in 2015.
Whether you’re blasting zombies to bits with a grenade or adding extra holes to the bodies of pirates with a bow and arrow, this week’s PlayStation Plus update offers action in spades with the release of Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition on the PlayStaiton 4 and Tomb Raider on the PlayStation 3.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the PlayStation Plus update for March is looking dynamite, featuring a bunch of new games for the Instant Game Collection on Vita, an adventure with Lara Croft on the PlayStation 3, and a romp through the zombie apocalypse on the PlayStation 4
The first week of sales for Crystal Dynamics re-release of last year's Tomb Raider, now known as the Definitive Edition, has garnered them quite the sales for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. However, the PlayStation 4 boasted a much higher margin of sales over its eighth-gen x86 compatriot.
Lara Croft approaches the pile of sticks and leafs she's gathered. She takes out a box of matches, realizing there's only one left. After taking a deep breath, she strikes the match along the box's rough edge, producing a flame. She quickly puts the lit match underneath the pile, causing the pile of wood to light up.
This week's headlining title for PlayStation releases is a blast from the past, if you want to consider just one year ago much of a “past” to be blasted from. The PlayStation 4 update to Lara Croft's most recent adventure, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, arrives this week, finally giving gamers on Sony's new home console something to get excited about.
The PS4 version has been confirmed at 60fps (when applicable) but the Xbox One maxes at 45fps and is optimized at 30fps.
While some members of the Glorious PC Master Race are rocking setups that can hit 2K resolutions at 60 smooth-as-a-baby's-bottom frames per second, you won't be able to use that setup to play Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition.
The year is at an end. We've reached the pinnacle month of a year ready to retire and we're just one week away from welcoming in 2014 with open (or closed) arms. With gaming enthusiasts, bloggers, journalists, pundits, bums, YouTubers and streamers in between all giving their opinion of what they felt were the best game(s) of 2013, one of the more pertinent questions is what did you feel topped the “Best of” list for 2013?
Square Enix is bringing Tomb Raider to Xbox One and PS4. The Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider will come to stores in January 2014 with additional content.
Crystal Dynamics' reboot of Tomb Raider could be coming to Xbox One and PS4. Amazon Italy now has two listings for a Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition.
Lara Croft has had quite the adventurous life, raiding tombs all over the world, visiting forgotten palaces, fighting ancient evils and uncovering priceless treasures. Now she's gearing up from another expedition into the unknown as the 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider ventures into the untamed wilderness known as Mac.