I like to think I have a good intuition. On August 12, 2014, I predicted that Rise of the Tomb Raider would tank commercially. I’m here to tell you that it seems I was right, not to boast and brag, but to point out that console exclusivity can absolutely crush a game. What does Crystal Dynamics do from here?
9.5. That’s the highest review score I’ve ever awarded to a game, and it signifies one that is truly magnificent in nearly every way. Rise of the Tomb Raider improves greatly on the 2013 reboot and brings an experience that I will contest is worthy of our Game of the Year award when the time comes. It may be the most polished, beautiful and well-rounded game I have ever played. Rise of the Tomb Ra...[Read More]
Review embargo for Rise of the Tomb Raider has broken now, which means we can now start seeing the review scores big media outlets are giving the game, given how they have been playing the game for a few days now, and it looks like they are all enjoying the game.
Square Enix has ended the debate about Rise of the Tomb Raider being an Xbox One exclusive title, as the company has now announced that it will be coming to Steam, Windows 10, and PlayStation 4 as well.
E3 has brought us plenty of new screenshots and pieces of info about Crystal Dynamic’s upcoming release: Rise of the Tomb Raider.
It seems like Amazon has yet again unintentionally leaked the release date for a highly anticipated game. This time it is for Crystal Dynamics’ Xbox One exclusive Rise of the Tomb Raider game.
Finally! The first batch of screenshots from the upcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider game have been released, showcasing some awesome graphics and letting us know that the game won’t be on snowy environments all the time.
Never say that Lara Croft can’t take on anyone, man or beast, as seen in Game Informer‘s March issue. With the release date of Rise of the Tomb Raider getting closer, more information on the game is revealed.
Are you a big fan of franchises like Deus Ex, Tomb Raider, Thief, Just Cause, and Hitman? You’re in luck, then. The Eidos Anthology on Steam is available for a whopping $207.99, but packs in 34 games, plus DLC!
As you may know by now, it is confirmed that Rise of the Tomb Raider will be a Microsoft exclusive, though we don’t really know for how long. It’s unclear whether or not this will be a timed exclusive, but it is safe to assume that if PC and PS4 players ever get to play this game, it will be far into the future. Is Crystal Dynamics shooting themselves in the foot with this deal? Becaus...[Read More]
What every gamer (outside of the Xbox platform) fear has become true, another game from a super popular franchise is going to be an Xbox exclusive, even though the developer has said that it doesn’t mean the whole franchise will run that way.