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Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration - PlayStation 4

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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2120 out of 2156)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Crystal Dynamics
    • Publisher: Square Enix
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Action and Adventure
    • Release Date: 10/11/2016

    Synopsis


    After discovering an ancient mystery, Lara Croft must travel through Siberia in Rise of the Tomb Raider. Outstanding action, beautiful environments, guerrilla warfare and incredible tombs are all yours for the taking in this third person adventure. Outthink the Trinity and hone your survival skills in Rise of the Tomb Raider.

    Features


    Every platform in every country is included in this promotion, so whether you're playing on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, or PC, the only requirement is that you have an internet connection to log into the server.

    This is our way of saying thank you to each and every one of our fans, whether you've been with us for days, months, years, or decades!

    Includes all previously released downloadable content, plus new outfits, weapons, and Expedition Cards that will keep you customizing, expanding, and challenging your friends to new adventures.

    Five classic Lara Croft skins plus a reimagined outfit that pays tribute to Lara's trip to Antarctica from Tomb Raider III. New content also includes the "Extreme Survivor" difficulty mode.

    In Rise of the Tomb Raider, Lara Croft becomes more than a survivor as she embarks on her first Tomb Raiding expedition to the most treacherous and remote regions of Siberia in search of an ancient mystery.

    Explore Lara's childhood home in all-new Story Mode adventure, and uncover a family mystery that will change her life forever.

    Lara's worst nightmares come alive as hordes of the undead overrun her childhood home. Compete with friends and create community challenges with card modifiers in an all new Nightmare Mode.

    You and a friend must work together to raid tombs in a brutal wilderness. Battle to the top of the leaderboards, as others try to beat your longest survival run.

    Experience "Blood Ties" Single Player Story in a whole new way with full Virtual Reality support using the PlayStation VR headset (Not included).

    New Co-op play for Endurance mode, 'Ultimate Survivor' difficulty mode for the main campaign, 20 Year Celebration outfit and gun, and 5 classic Lara skins.

    Downloadable Content including: Baba Yaga: The Temple of the Witch, Endurance Mode, Cold Darkness Awakened, 12 outfits, 7 weapons, and 35 expedition cards.

    For 1 player or up to 2 players in Co-Op Endurance Mode



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 2156 reviews

    98%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great PS4 Game

      Posted
      FireStarter
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      Just received it this week so still only half completed, but I wanted to post to anyone who might be hesitating which ps4 game to purchase next, don't hesitate to add this to your collection. I played through the last installment countless times on my old PS3 and it was one of my all time favorites. It's a shame we had to wait a year for the PS4 version to be released, but I'm just glad it finally happened. The game play, story line, weapons and detail are all improved and state of the art and the controls remain very intuitive. I like also, that on those occasions I wind up being defeated in a skirmish, I don't have to go back and replay a long sequence to get back to where I was without constantly doing manual saves. It takes me back to just before I was overwhelmed, or missed a jump and plummeted down some ravine, or was skewered in a spear- lined drop pit. I read reviews critical of Laura's personality being bland or changed in this sequel. I have no idea what those reviewers thought changed, but if anything, she seems more confident and self assured. My only complaint is that I have to be careful when I start to play a section, because I can easily look at the clock and groan that somehow it's 3 a.m. and I need to get up for work the next day. But that's the beauty of getting so immersed in the story that you forget about the time and your surroundings. Highly recommended, especially now that the price has retreated to the usual 20 dollars less than the release price a month or two after release. (I paid the full price and still know it was a good value since I'll replay it many times until the next sequel.)

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fun with Laura Croft

      Posted
      PolygonBronson
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      This is a great game that builds nicely on the original Tomb Raider (2013) and while nothing is as groundbreaking in Rise of the Tomb Raider (ROTTR) it is far more expansive, bordering on an action RPG. It has a much more deep customization tree with different kinds of loot required for each upgrade (instead of just salvage). This game actually makes hunting worth your time. ROTTR also has side quests that are long enough to be engaging and interesting, instead of the just the same "Find X and bring X to Y" cookie cutter quest. The graphics are gorgeous on a regular PS4 and I'm sure they are better on PS4 Pro or mind blowing on PC. Gameplay is smooth and it's really fun to use the bow. I don't get as much satisfaction out of the guns but I really like they included a bolt action rifle, which fits my play style a lot better than a AK-47. This 20 year celebration edition also gives Laura tons of outfits, which is really fun. The packaging is also beautiful for this edition. Overall, it's a really fun Tomb Raider experience. If you like adventure games you will love Rise of the Tomb Raider.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Next Gen HD Tomb Raiding Awesomeness

      Posted
      NinjaTard
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      Up front I'm still playing so this is only a review of the first few hours. That being said what I have played is amazing! This is the first next gen Tomb Raider (the last modern game was PS3 and Xbox 360) and it shows in the shadows and lighting effects, you can see their are textures and details that just pop out of the environments; hair effects on Lara's ponytail are still hit or miss though it's a minor gripe. If you played the reboot simply called Tomb Raider on PS3 or Xbox 360 (or that HD remaster they dropped on PS4 and XBone) then you know what you are in for this time: exploring a big map for ammo, resources, hidden treasure, etc. but this time there are also side quest tombs which have you solving traversal puzzles to get from point A to point B using climbing, jumping, and thinking. Also you will be revisiting areas previously explored as it has a slight "Metroidvania" aspect of being in a place but not having the right equipment to reach a high ledge or open a jammed door until later in the game. Story at this point revolves around an ancient treasure that Lara's dad was searching for but never found and ultimately discredited him and shamed the Croft name. Lara has finally found clues dad missed and must race to get to the treasure before an evil mercenary group/cult called The Trinity can reach it. Like I said I haven't been at this thing even halfway through but if you like the last Tomb Raider, if you like Uncharted, if you like exploration and light action games then you should love this one.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The Best Yet

      Posted
      Scott
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      Great gm. Tons of fun. Recently bought a ps4 that came with Uncharted. Also got Arkham Knight. Two phenomenal gms. But once I got Rise of the Tomb Raider it became my number one. The makers stuck with the blueprint of the previous incarnation and expanded on it, in a good way. The cut scenes are seamless and it seems to strike the perfect balance between action and adventure. There's almost an unlimited things too do. From exploring caves, tombs, side missions, combat (just to name a few) and finding documents that help u find even more things, this is a epic game. You could literally spend 1000 hours uncover everything. Fortunately, if ur not willing to put that much time into it you still can finish in a fraction of time by sticking to the main missions. Nice touch when Lara gives u helpful hints if ur stuck and she'll look at things of interest. The bad- It is a little buggy. Enemy solders freeze up or even disappear into thin air. There is some 'pop in' with the background and the gm did freeze up on me once. The map is a bit of a weakness. With the over head view, it does require some abstract thinking determining where things are in relation to Lara. Besides all that its still super fun. I'd say its the best Tomb Raider yet!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Exciting Sequel

      Posted
      Joraus
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      I've really enjoyed the Tomb Raider reboots. They have a very Uncharted feel to them and that definitely works. The stories are fun, the controls are responsive, and the graphics are beautiful. That being said, One thing I really liked about the first Tomb Raider reboot was that searching for all the collectables did not really pull me out of the main story. I did not have to devote tons of time to searching out documents, artifacts, caches, and specific crafting goods. I am a bit of a completionist, and I really liked how the first Tomb Raider balanced the hidden bonuses with the story. There was enough to keep you exploring an area without completely pulling you out to go around collecting. That is the reason I have given Rise of the Tomb Raider 4 out of 5 stars. There have been multiple times were collecting and challenges have completely disengaged me from the storyline. Some people may enjoy that aspect of a game, but I really like gaming for the adventure the story takes me through. Being pulled out for hours at a time to go on a collection spree often killed the urgency of what I was doing. I still really enjoyed the game and, I would recommend it to ANYONE, but I wish the collecting would have fit into the story a little better.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I missed you!

      Posted
      kingjames122
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      Lara, my girl, you abandoned me for a year! I was so sad. Tried so hard not to look at gameplays or trailers knowing I couldn't play your game for another year. And I was actually able to do it. I waited for a year without spoiling the game for myself. It was difficult though. Why did you let me go through such hardship? Anyways, I missed you! And you're back with all the DLCs I would have paid extra for. I missed seeing you with your shorts and braids. I wish you had your dual pistols though. But, a year without seeing you, I would think all the glitches would have been corrected. Sometimes when I have you freefall to the water and there's a ledge nearby, you would try to grab that ledge and freefall at the same time that you get actually stuck in the air that I had to restart the game. That VR mode though. I felt like I've seen you in real life for the first time! And I like how I'm taller than you, and I have a virtual (reality) crush towards you. And I loved being in your mansion though I wish it was clean and not so creepy. Keep in touch, Lara, and always stay safe. -A fan. :)

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Tons of fun

      Posted
      Jarsh
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      The greatest thing about this version of Rise of the Tomb Raider is that it includes all of the previous DLC. At one point, I was just exploring one of the areas in the games and played one of the DLC side quests without knowing it was DLC. I was just engrossed with how fun it was. That's the great thing about this game. You can play it in a linear manner and go through the story to reach the end, or you can explore to your heart's leisure before moving on with the story. The latter is how I'm enjoying the game. Coming across tombs to explore is a blast. It gives the game a natural sense of longevity to it. NPCs will give you missions that greatly benefit your abilities and weapons. It's all so much fun. I'm always telling myself that I'll play for an hour or so, but three hours later or so, I just get lost in the environments. While I haven't finished the game because I'm busy exploring every nook and cranny, I can wholeheartedly say that this game is great and well-worth your time.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great game, big improvement from the first one

      Posted
      HecX
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      Us Playstation gamers had to wait like a year for it, I decided not to support SE, annoyed at what they so I decided that instead of buying it from an official retailer, instead I bought it used online. Anyways, I really love this game and the series as well, the graphics looks so beautiful, had no problems with the game, a few framerate drops but nothing too serious like crashes which I have yet to come across. I am enjoying the story, also the artbook is pretty cool it has a wonderful fragrance of nostalgia. Of course the content that was released on both the X1 and PC is also included, I would say well worth the $60 or if you have GCU then that too but in my case since SE decided to accept that MS check, miss out on selling more than one million copies and make their other fanbase, Playstation, wait for about a year then I say either buy it used, the price is up to you or wait until it's at a cheaper price at a retailer but if you're not upset about what SE did then I say go right on ahead and buy it, full or cheaper price.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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