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Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris: Gold Edition (PS4) £19.95 Delivered @ TheGameCollection

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The Gold Edition of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, features multiple exclusive items including a 3" Lara figurine, an artbook filled with never-before-seen concept art, a folding map of the Over… Read More
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The Gold Edition of Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, features multiple exclusive items including a 3" Lara figurine, an artbook filled with never-before-seen concept art, a folding map of the Overworld, the Season Pass and the game.

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3 Likes #1
Thanks op!
http://youtu.be/Yi6P9EVP68U <- Unboxing video just incase people want to see what comes with the gold edition.
1 Like #2
good find op, heat added :)
1 Like #3
good price
#4
Has anyone played this? Does it carry on from last game
1 Like #5
£20 for a new release! Hot!
#6
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.
#7
Comment
4 Likes #8
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.

Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
#9
A 3" Lara figurine...3"...incredibly tacky!
banned#10
Cold. This is an indie game, not a triple AAA full price game. It is too expensive at 19.99..... The development costs are miniscule next to the proper Tomb Raider games.
banned#11
jayjayuk1234
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.

Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
They are not a 'con'. I own several on xbox one, its awesome booting up and having a load of games on desktop, no faffing around with discs....

If wait aroujd, always able to pick up ganes or £20 or less. If u only buy games with long campaigns abd / or is something you'll dip back into, then digital is ideal. £20 or less for something you'll get 30 + hours out of is good value.

I own digitally forza horizon 2, halo collection, gta v , dragon age inquisition andfar cry 4.

Agree the psn / xbox store prices are a joke..... But you can get codes far cheaper online not long after release.
#12
jayjayuk1234
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.

Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
Sorry I meant because the download is £5 cheaper than this. This is a site about what's cheaper after all.
#13
blindlights01
Thanks op!
http://youtu.be/Yi6P9EVP68U <- Unboxing video just incase people want to see what comes with the gold edition.

I don't like yours much! :{
2 Likes #14
ChrisRX
Sorry I meant because the download is £5 cheaper than this. This is a site about what's cheaper after all.

...the hottest deals; not necessarily the cheapest.
#15
fanpages
ChrisRX
Sorry I meant because the download is £5 cheaper than this. This is a site about what's cheaper after all.

...the hottest deals; not necessarily the cheapest.
That's why I said if you don't want a physical disk or the artbook. If you don't want either of them then £15 on PSN is the hottest.
#16
ChrisRX
That's why I said if you don't want a physical disk or the artbook. If you don't want either of them then £15 on PSN is the hottest.

To you; not to everybody.
#17
ChrisRX
jayjayuk1234
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.

Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
Sorry I meant because the download is £5 cheaper than this. This is a site about what's cheaper after all.

This includes the season pass.
4 Likes #18
Z_O_S_O
jayjayuk1234
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.
Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
They are not a 'con'. I own several on xbox one, its awesome booting up and having a load of games on desktop, no faffing around with discs....
If wait aroujd, always able to pick up ganes or £20 or less. If u only buy games with long campaigns abd / or is something you'll dip back into, then digital is ideal. £20 or less for something you'll get 30 + hours out of is good value.
I own digitally forza horizon 2, halo collection, gta v , dragon age inquisition andfar cry 4.
Agree the psn / xbox store prices are a joke..... But you can get codes far cheaper online not long after release.

They are a bit of a con, you say faffing around, but when you have a physical copy there is no 'faffing around' with downloading and storing gb's of data before you can actually start playing, and what happens when your console goes wrong? you have to download them all again, where you rely on network and services being online, you can't sell any of your digital games on, and if i wanted to have a retro gaming session in 20 years time i can get the physical copy out and play it without any fuss, for digital versions, i'm not so sure... and you don't save much money anyway really, the saving is all their end, no packaging, no disc to manufacture and they can restrict when and what you do with your purchase, it's a mugs game

Also, some physical games can become collectors items, and once again with digital, you lose all that.

Pay the extra and get a physical copy, you know where you stand


Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 03, 2015 13:27
banned 1 Like #19
Bought this for £12 in the US sale (including Season Pass) on PSN. Finished it in a day. Very short. The sale is still on if anybody wants to save £8.

Still heat for this deal for the physical collectors and people who don't want to create a US account.

I kind of wish i would have waited for the inevitable £5 PC price now though.



Edited By: jaystan on Jan 03, 2015 13:39
banned#20
jayjayuk1234
Z_O_S_O
jayjayuk1234
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.

Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
They are not a 'con'. I own several on xbox one, its awesome booting up and having a load of games on desktop, no faffing around with discs....
If wait aroujd, always able to pick up ganes or £20 or less. If u only buy games with long campaigns abd / or is something you'll dip back into, then digital is ideal. £20 or less for something you'll get 30 + hours out of is good value.
I own digitally forza horizon 2, halo collection, gta v , dragon age inquisition andfar cry 4.
Agree the psn / xbox store prices are a joke..... But you can get codes far cheaper online not long after release.


They are a bit of a con, you say faffing around, but when you have a physical copy there is no 'faffing around' with downloading and storing gb's of data before you can actually start playing, and what happens when your console goes wrong? you have to download them all again, where you rely on network and services being online, you can't sell any of your digital games on, and if i wanted to have a retro gaming session in 20 years time i can get the physical copy out and play it without any fuss, for digital versions, i'm not so sure... and you don't save much money anyway really, the saving is all their end, no packaging, no disc to manufacture and they can restrict when and what you do with your purchase, it's a mugs game

Also, some physical games can become collectors items, and once again with digital, you lose all that.

Pay the extra and get a physical copy, you know where you stand



That may have been true a while ago. Nowadays even getting a disc requires a download before playing and data stored on the PS4. No physical items become collectors editions now either as they are made to be collectors so it has the effect that they are not. Lots of saving can be made by buying digital from certain stores even if you include the "selling on" price of digital that most collectors of physical do not do until the game is worth like £2. It is convenient to not have to swap discs all the time and just click on the game you want to play. Think i have got so used to the convenience of Steam though. I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D


Edited By: jaystan on Jan 03, 2015 13:47: edit
1 Like #21
jaystan
...I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D

[ http://fanpages.posthaven.com/virtually-physical ] :)
#22
jaystan
I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D

Yeah, you've clearly been fooled into believing that Digital purchases are for the benefit of the consumer

Locking game titles to one user account is effectively what caused Sony to do a big U-Turn on the PS4, at this point in time it's not what most consumers want
banned#23
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D


Yeah, you've clearly been fooled into believing that Digital purchases are for the benefit of the consumer

Locking game titles to one user account is effectively what caused Sony to do a big U-Turn on the PS4, at this point in time it's not what most consumers want


I dont care about lending games, resale value or anything physical with Steam. Not fooled. Prices are low enough i do not care because they do not have to keep retail happy and people afraid of change. The consumer benefited. Just look at PC prices. Steam just set a new record over 8 million concurrent users.
#24
poor reviews user reviews 5.5
but worth the admission price for the extras sorry i hit the cold button thinking it was the standard edition.
#25
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D
Yeah, you've clearly been fooled into believing that Digital purchases are for the benefit of the consumer
Locking game titles to one user account is effectively what caused Sony to do a big U-Turn on the PS4, at this point in time it's not what most consumers want
I dont care about lending games, resale value or anything physical with Steam. Not fooled. Prices are low enough i do not care because they do not have to keep retail happy and people afraid of change. The consumer benefited. Just look at PC prices. Steam just set a new record over 8 million concurrent users.

The PC is a completely different scenario really, it's an open platform, piracy is rife, and physical PC games don't hold their value at all, i was mainly talking about closed platform and console gaming.

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 03, 2015 14:54
banned#26
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D

Yeah, you've clearly been fooled into believing that Digital purchases are for the benefit of the consumer
Locking game titles to one user account is effectively what caused Sony to do a big U-Turn on the PS4, at this point in time it's not what most consumers want

I dont care about lending games, resale value or anything physical with Steam. Not fooled. Prices are low enough i do not care because they do not have to keep retail happy and people afraid of change. The consumer benefited. Just look at PC prices. Steam just set a new record over 8 million concurrent users.


The PC is a completely different scenario really, it's an open platform, i was mainly talking about closed platform and console gaming.


Which has never been able to copy Steam because of retailers and people not wanting change. If it went all digital prices would fall and more games would be sold. PC is a kind of open platform but 99% game on and buy Steam. It even had piracy to deal with but people bought games because the system worked. Many games only available on Steam. Retail dying was the best thing to happen to PC gaming. It would be to console gaming if people let it.





Edited By: jaystan on Jan 03, 2015 14:59
#27
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D
Yeah, you've clearly been fooled into believing that Digital purchases are for the benefit of the consumer
Locking game titles to one user account is effectively what caused Sony to do a big U-Turn on the PS4, at this point in time it's not what most consumers want
I dont care about lending games, resale value or anything physical with Steam. Not fooled. Prices are low enough i do not care because they do not have to keep retail happy and people afraid of change. The consumer benefited. Just look at PC prices. Steam just set a new record over 8 million concurrent users.
The PC is a completely different scenario really, it's an open platform, i was mainly talking about closed platform and console gaming.
Which has never been able to copy Steam because of retailers and people not wanting change. If it went all digital prices would fall and more games would be sold.

Ok, but if Steam went down tomorrow, and ended for good, you lose all your games, but as it's open platform PC, you could probably just download them all again from other sources, you can't do that with a closed platform such as a console, eg Sony goes bust you are left with nothing to show for anything you bought digitally on PSN, so your argument doesn't really work for the point i was making

Digital downloads will work if the consumer has more control over the distribution and usage of it, which is almost impossible due to its nature



Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 03, 2015 15:04
#28
I'm not convinced jay. To coerce people into buying digital, they need to lower their prices to steam-esque prices. If everyone ditched physical copies for £59.95 digital copies Sony and M$ would laugh all the way to the bank and have zero incentive to lower prices.

I'd pay 20, maybe 25 tops for a new release via download. That reflects the price of physical, minus trade in value and eBay fees several months down the line. 70 quid for a special edition (??!) just doesn't cut it for me, even if I shared my id, really wanted the game in question, and season pass was included
banned#29
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
I want the death of physical stores so PSN can finally get to a place where it can become Steam :D

Yeah, you've clearly been fooled into believing that Digital purchases are for the benefit of the consumer
Locking game titles to one user account is effectively what caused Sony to do a big U-Turn on the PS4, at this point in time it's not what most consumers want

I dont care about lending games, resale value or anything physical with Steam. Not fooled. Prices are low enough i do not care because they do not have to keep retail happy and people afraid of change. The consumer benefited. Just look at PC prices. Steam just set a new record over 8 million concurrent users.

The PC is a completely different scenario really, it's an open platform, i was mainly talking about closed platform and console gaming.

Which has never been able to copy Steam because of retailers and people not wanting change. If it went all digital prices would fall and more games would be sold.


Ok, but if Steam went down tomorrow, and ended for good, you lose all your games, but as it's open platform PC, you could probably just download them all again from other sources, you can't do that with a closed platform such as a console, eg Sony goes bust you are left with nothing to show for anything you bought digitally on PSN, so your argument doesn't really work for the point i was making

Digital downloads will work if the consumer has more control over the distribution and usage of it, which is almost impossible due to its nature




Just like all those PS3 games i lost ? All what if the world ends. Not exactly something that is practical or happens. Just fear mongering. What if Apple goes bust ? What if Steam ? What if ....... By the time they do i will be gaming on a holographic PS10 with remasters and won't care :D
banned#30
Johnboy_1975
I'm not convinced jay. To coerce people into buying digital, they need to lower their prices to steam-esque prices. If everyone ditched physical copies for £59.95 digital copies Sony and M$ would laugh all the way to the bank and have zero incentive to lower prices.

I'd pay 20, maybe 25 tops for a new release via download. That reflects the price of physical, minus trade in value and eBay fees several months down the line. 70 quid for a special edition (??!) just doesn't cut it for me, even if I shared my id, really wanted the game in question, and season pass was included


They can't lower prices until digital is used exclusively. They have to keep retailers happy. They sell their product.


Edited By: jaystan on Jan 03, 2015 15:17
#31
Digital downloads will work if the pricepoint is right. Quite happy to pay £5.49 for peggle 2 (wouldnt have paid £11) - pocket money prices, bit like going to the shop 30 years ago and buying a codemasters game for £2.99 (why don't codemasters rerelease the dizzy games on modern consoles btw???)

TBH its not even a great disaster if it ends up on ps+, I'll have had my moneys worth
banned#32
Johnboy_1975
Digital downloads will work if the pricepoint is right. Quite happy to pay £5.49 for peggle 2 (wouldnt have paid £11) - pocket money prices, bit like going to the shop 30 years ago and buying a codemasters game for £2.99 (why don't codemasters rerelease the dizzy games on modern consoles btw???)

TBH its not even a great disaster if it ends up on ps+, I'll have had my moneys worth


Yeah i got Peggle 2. Usually get my games from US PSN at around £20/£30 so not crazy prices. If there is a sale even better when you get MGS GZ for like £4.80, Walking Dead Seasons for £4.01 each etc. UK gets ripped off with regional pricing. Until retailers are let go though digital will not be falling that much on new games.
#33
jaystan
Johnboy_1975
I'm not convinced jay. To coerce people into buying digital, they need to lower their prices to steam-esque prices. If everyone ditched physical copies for £59.95 digital copies Sony and M$ would laugh all the way to the bank and have zero incentive to lower prices.
I'd pay 20, maybe 25 tops for a new release via download. That reflects the price of physical, minus trade in value and eBay fees several months down the line. 70 quid for a special edition (??!) just doesn't cut it for me, even if I shared my id, really wanted the game in question, and season pass was included
They can't lower prices until digital is used exclusively. They have to keep retailers happy. They sell their product.

If every game/movie download is digital, no more price wars between retailers, no more 2nd hand market, how can this be good for the consumer? they can pretty much set whatever price they like, yet you think this will lower the price? delusional!

p.s where did you get the idea that everything has to be digital before the price is lowered???




Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 03, 2015 15:38
banned#34
jayjayuk1234
Z_O_S_O
jayjayuk1234
ChrisRX
Unless you really want a physical disk or the artbook I would just download this from psn. The figurine is just tacky.
Physical copy every time for me, digital downloads are a con
They are not a 'con'. I own several on xbox one, its awesome booting up and having a load of games on desktop, no faffing around with discs....
If wait aroujd, always able to pick up ganes or £20 or less. If u only buy games with long campaigns abd / or is something you'll dip back into, then digital is ideal. £20 or less for something you'll get 30 + hours out of is good value.
I own digitally forza horizon 2, halo collection, gta v , dragon age inquisition andfar cry 4.
Agree the psn / xbox store prices are a joke..... But you can get codes far cheaper online not long after release.

They are a bit of a con, you say faffing around, but when you have a physical copy there is no 'faffing around' with downloading and storing gb's of data before you can actually start playing, and what happens when your console goes wrong? you have to download them all again, where you rely on network and services being online, you can't sell any of your digital games on, and if i wanted to have a retro gaming session in 20 years time i can get the physical copy out and play it without any fuss, for digital versions, i'm not so sure... and you don't save much money anyway really, the saving is all their end, no packaging, no disc to manufacture and they can restrict when and what you do with your purchase, it's a mugs game

Also, some physical games can become collectors items, and once again with digital, you lose all that.

Pay the extra and get a physical copy, you know where you stand

in sorry, but your arguments read like its still 1998 and the world is on dial up! 'Collectors' items are dead, they make stupid amouhts of them, you always see them a few weeks down the line.

Physical media is on its last life cycle, next gen will all be downloads. Once physical media is abolished the market will adjust itself, it will hace to to compete with Steam (who have their own cobsole incoming).

Once retail stores are out picture overheads will reduce and so will the prices. Its all natural evolution....i like physical media, but hey, bottom line is, digital downloads are simple, and easy, and no poncing around with discs.

As I said, I never pay or than £20 for any game on xbox one, and I have a nice library of games i can access anytime.

Digital downloading is the way forward IMO. The console market WILL adjust in line with Steam etc once physical media is abolished. Its a shame Sony was tge 'hero' and saved discs...MS were paving the way forward.
banned#35
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
Johnboy_1975
I'm not convinced jay. To coerce people into buying digital, they need to lower their prices to steam-esque prices. If everyone ditched physical copies for £59.95 digital copies Sony and M$ would laugh all the way to the bank and have zero incentive to lower prices.
I'd pay 20, maybe 25 tops for a new release via download. That reflects the price of physical, minus trade in value and eBay fees several months down the line. 70 quid for a special edition (??!) just doesn't cut it for me, even if I shared my id, really wanted the game in question, and season pass was included

They can't lower prices until digital is used exclusively. They have to keep retailers happy. They sell their product.


If every game/movie download is digital, no more price wars between retailers, no more 2nd hand market, how can this be good for the consumer? they can pretty much set whatever price they like, yet you think this will lower the price? delusional!

p.s where did you get the idea that everything has to be digital before the price is lowered???





If prices are lower no second hand market needed. Competition is between games. They get the money that they otherwise have had to give to retailers to support their business. Games get more money. No loss to retailers and second hand market. Lower prices for consumers. Stores could also still get digital codes like Steam and there still be competition retail wise. A lot of games are solely released on Steam. No other form. They still come at prices that are reasonable.



Edited By: jaystan on Jan 03, 2015 19:33
#36
all ps4 games install to HDD and I don't think there is any difference between digital and physical installs. Physical copies just need the disk in drive also. PSN downloads are only usefull if you need 2 consoles playing game at same time, unless its far cheaper. As op said this is with season pass, so its same price on PSN, but on PSN you can go halfies with your mate, or in my case buy it for both kids.
#37
jaystan
jayjayuk1234
jaystan
Johnboy_1975
I'm not convinced jay. To coerce people into buying digital, they need to lower their prices to steam-esque prices. If everyone ditched physical copies for £59.95 digital copies Sony and M$ would laugh all the way to the bank and have zero incentive to lower prices.
I'd pay 20, maybe 25 tops for a new release via download. That reflects the price of physical, minus trade in value and eBay fees several months down the line. 70 quid for a special edition (??!) just doesn't cut it for me, even if I shared my id, really wanted the game in question, and season pass was included
They can't lower prices until digital is used exclusively. They have to keep retailers happy. They sell their product.
If every game/movie download is digital, no more price wars between retailers, no more 2nd hand market, how can this be good for the consumer? they can pretty much set whatever price they like, yet you think this will lower the price? delusional!
p.s where did you get the idea that everything has to be digital before the price is lowered???
If prices are lower no second hand market needed. Competition is between games. They get the money that they otherwise have had to give to retailers to support their business. Games get more money. No loss to retailers and second hand market. Lower prices for consumers. Stores could also still get digital codes like Steam and there still be competition retail wise. A lot of games are solely released on Steam. No other form. They still come at prices that are reasonable.

You keep harping on about steam, it is completely different for closed format systems, the sooner you realise this, the better :D

Console game prices are what the developers actually want for their games on all formats, and they can enforce these prices on closed uncompromised gaming systems, but it's tough on PC

In case the point was missed by you the first time around, game prices are cheaper on PC for a reason, it's open platform and easy to pirate, so they lower price to try to minimize piracy, a bit like why lots of artists don't mind the likes of spotify, if the PC was locked down, and unhackable you would be paying more or less the same price for the games on steam as you do on the PS4 and XBONE

In this imaginary Utopia you're dreaming of, where everything is digital download on closed formats, you will be paying full price for everything, and have no option to buy a game second hand game, so either pay full price or wait for the game to be obsolete and then buy it cheaply

it won't happen anyway, the difference between PC and the PS4 or XBONE is that Sony and Microsoft take a cut of the sales, so the prices won't ever drop to PC levels, plus the majority of us don't like to be told when and where we can use products we have purchased, without a substantial deduction in price to reflect this, and the software publishers are just too damned greedy to do what you are dreaming of








Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 04, 2015 00:45: a
#38
Z_O_S_O
in sorry, but your arguments read like its still 1998 and the world is on dial up! 'Collectors' items are dead, they make stupid amouhts of them, you always see them a few weeks down the line.
Physical media is on its last life cycle, next gen will all be downloads. Once physical media is abolished the market will adjust itself, it will hace to to compete with Steam (who have their own cobsole incoming).
Once retail stores are out picture overheads will reduce and so will the prices. Its all natural evolution....i like physical media, but hey, bottom line is, digital downloads are simple, and easy, and no poncing around with discs.
As I said, I never pay or than £20 for any game on xbox one, and I have a nice library of games i can access anytime.
Digital downloading is the way forward IMO. The console market WILL adjust in line with Steam etc once physical media is abolished. Its a shame Sony was tge 'hero' and saved discs...MS were paving the way forward.

I didn't ever say that a product labeled as a 'collectors edition' would become a collectors item and be worth money! unless i'm going mad? please show me where i said that? oh you can't as i didn't say anything of the sort, and you're banned, probably a multi who is too embarrassed by his opinions to post on his real account

Some games simply end up becoming collectors items, for example tomba on the playstation, sometimes this is due to it not being very popular, or a misprint on the box, or some other reason, the point is, you won't get any of that with digital, some people used to buy sealed games and kept them sealed hoping they would appreciate in value in years to come, that's gone too

secondly, it's quite clear that people aren't prepared to give up physical media just yet, i've heard all this Digital media will take over for a while, it's been talked about for quite a few years now, and still hasn't happened, maybe it will one day, but things needs to change dramatically before that happens, it's only the fools that believe it's to make the consumers life easier., and to save you money, when in actual fact it's so the greedy publishers spend less and earn more money

The day all consoles go digital only, will be the day i go back to PC gaming only, as i know any money i've spent on games will be able to be played for a long time to come, and not on some system with a limited lifespan such as a console.







Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jan 04, 2015 01:23: a
#39
Isn't the physical vs digital download point somewhat moot with Temple of Osiris? Even this 'Gold' edition just comes with a download code rather than a physical disc.

That's not to say that this isn't a good deal here, though, for collectors. I'm certainly interested, but think I'd need the price to go slightly lower before I could justify buying it.
#40
Illusionary
Isn't the physical vs digital download point somewhat moot with Temple of Osiris? Even this 'Gold' edition just comes with a download code rather than a physical disc.
That's not to say that this isn't a good deal here, though, for collectors. I'm certainly interested, but think I'd need the price to go slightly lower before I could justify buying it.

I believe it comes with a physical disc, not a code.

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