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It's Tuesday, so that must mean it's time to visit the PlayStation Plus warehouse and see what new goodies are being doled out this week. Oh, look! It's a free copy of Bit.Trip Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien on the PlayStation 3, and a boatload of discounts on games including the new Tomb Raider.
Fez II has officially been canceled for all platforms. 2K has a new XCOM game in the works, and Square has new next-gen Tomb Raider coming as well. These stories and much more in this August 3rd edition of the Weekly Recap.
Tomb Raider publisher Square Enix is currently working on a next-generation sequel to this year's reboot, the company confirmed today. Tomb Raider 2 is part of the company's continued attention to AAA development.
Friday has arrived, which means it's time for the final day of the Xbox Live Ultimate Game Sale, offering deep discounts on six digital games exclusive to today, as well as a collection of games that will be on sale through July 8.
Lara Croft’s latest adventure, which also happens to be her first official story, is cheaper than ever this week on the PlayStation Network, going for 50 percent off for the next three days as part of a special “Flash Sale” on the digital download.
Tomb Raider players now have two more arenas for their online battles. The 1939 Multiplayer Map Pack has been released on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Square Enix's president and representative director Yoichi Wada will be stepping down. The company announced the resignation on the same day that they predicted "extraordinary loss" in the current fiscal year.
If you've finished Tomb Raider's campaign, found all the optional texts, and plundered all the hidden tombs, it's time for Lara to go on vacation. Crystal Dynamics' Karl Stewart says that they won't be releasing any single-player DLC for the game.
The Caves and Cliffs Map Pack, the first post-launch DLC for the Tomb Raider, is now available on the Xbox 360. This batch of new multiplayer content can be downloaded for 400 Microsoft Points, or $5.
The reboot of Tomb Raider has been in stores for a couple weeks now. In that short period of time, players have carved a path of destruction through the Dragon's Triangle. Square Enix has released statistics that details all of the violence they've inflicted.
At E3 last summer, Square Enix announced that the Xbox 360 version of Tomb Raider would be getting exclusive DLC. Today they revealed that this DLC is a multiplayer map pack called Caves and Cliffs.
Tomb Raider was in a creative rut last we saw it, with stagnant gameplay and a dull lead character. However, Lara Croft has undergone quite a transformation in the five years since Tomb Raider Underworld. The new Lara might not be recognizable to the fans who knew her best but these changes were for the best.
After a somewhat light update last week, the PlayStation Network is back in the swing of things this week with a pretty hefty list of releases ranging just about every genre imaginable. The big draws this week, though, are the new Tomb Raider game from Crystal Dynamics and Sony’s annual baseball star, MLB 13: The Show.
PC gamers interested in purchasing the Tomb Raider reboot can start downloading the files now. This will enable you to start playing as soon as the game launches.
Next week, Tomb Raider will hit PS3's, Xbox 360's and PC's throughout the world. Square Enix issued a new trailer today entitled "Reborn" that looks at Lara's return to gaming.