Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (PS4) £14.95 / Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition (PS4/Xbox One) £14.50 Delivered @ TheGameCollection
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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (PS4) £14.95 / Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition (PS4/Xbox One) £14.50 Delivered @ TheGameCollection

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Found 30th Jan 2015
Lara Croft has been raiding tombs and taking names since she first appeared in the original Tomb Raider in 1996. But 2013 saw Lara get a Hollywood-style refresh, rebooting the character and the series for today's gaming audience.

Tomb Raider introduces a new, younger Lara Croft. This Lara is 21, fresh out of university and on her first archaeological expedition. She's seeking out the fabled island of Yamatai when she and her colleagues are shipwrecked in the "Dragon's Triangle" somewhere off the coast of Japan.

This is far from the confident raider of tombs seen in earlier games, but a vulnerable – yet resourceful – young woman, who must survive the various elements of this mysterious island. The events of Tomb Raider will see Lara grow from innocent girl to hardened survivor..

Lara's story is told in a dynamic and cinematic visual style. This mysterious island is brought to life with treacherous terrain and moody weather, with handheld-style camera work complete with lens-flares and rain splashes adding to the realism of Lara's plight. This is a much more mature story than in previous Tomb Raider titles.

Tomb Raider offers new challenges and gameplay for newcomers and series veterans to experience. The classic action-platforming of the franchise are still present, combined with elements of exploration, survival, stealth and physics-based puzzles.

The mysterious island of Yamatai is the perfect breeding ground for all of these gameplay elements to come together. The island is home to some very strange, very savage inhabitants, as well as a band of unscrupulous scavengers who Lara must face in order to survive. These hostile enemies are a driving force in the main single-player campaign, their actions dictating what Lara must do to save herself – and her friends

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Beat me by 1 minute! X) You're on form today Turkey! Heat added!

Great prices for two fantastic games!

does it have online?

Tomb Raider has online MP, don't think Sleeping Dogs has any. Shame, its fighting/cover/shooting system is one of the most fun I've played. I loved both of these, considering getting Tomb Raider on PS4 as I never finished it. S Dogs is great but no time for replaying it!

Also I think Tomb Raider is £15 on PSN anyway, although that might have finished

Great prices! Heat added.

cracking game, didnt play any of the online features during rental but the story was brilliant.

Am I missing something? Can't seem option to buy tomb raider?

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westcountryblue

Am I missing something? Can't seem option to buy tomb raider?



Same here.

Excellent game, nice price. Worth getting if you've not played. Similar to the uncharted games.

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Lara Croft has been raiding tombs and taking names since she first … Lara Croft has been raiding tombs and taking names since she first appeared in the original Tomb Raider in 1996. But 2013 saw Lara get a Hollywood-style refresh, rebooting the character and the series for today's gaming audience.Tomb Raider introduces a new, younger Lara Croft. This Lara is 21, fresh out of university and on her first archaeological expedition. She's seeking out the fabled island of Yamatai when she and her colleagues are shipwrecked in the "Dragon's Triangle" somewhere off the coast of Japan.This is far from the confident raider of tombs seen in earlier games, but a vulnerable – yet resourceful – young woman, who must survive the various elements of this mysterious island. The events of Tomb Raider will see Lara grow from innocent girl to hardened survivor..Lara's story is told in a dynamic and cinematic visual style. This mysterious island is brought to life with treacherous terrain and moody weather, with handheld-style camera work complete with lens-flares and rain splashes adding to the realism of Lara's plight. This is a much more mature story than in previous Tomb Raider titles.Tomb Raider offers new challenges and gameplay for newcomers and series veterans to experience. The classic action-platforming of the franchise are still present, combined with elements of exploration, survival, stealth and physics-based puzzles.The mysterious island of Yamatai is the perfect breeding ground for all of these gameplay elements to come together. The island is home to some very strange, very savage inhabitants, as well as a band of unscrupulous scavengers who Lara must face in order to survive. These hostile enemies are a driving force in the main single-player campaign, their actions dictating what Lara must do to save herself – and her friends


Ordered both, heard good things, seems a bargain. Cheers op.

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westcountryblue

Am I missing something? Can't seem option to buy tomb raider?



Seems to be all sorted now on deal page. Ordered thank you very much!

Just checked and that PSN deal has gone - it's £35 on PSN for Definitive Edition now. Terrific game.

Well worth a but at this price, great game.

Cracking deal. Managed to get it for £14.20 using some points I earned a few days ago when buying Sleeping Dogs with art book.
Edited by: "thearrowmaker" 30th Jan 2015

Anyone have an opinion on Sleeping Dogs? Is it any good?

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ajholmes93

Anyone have an opinion on Sleeping Dogs? Is it any good?



Great game i have just finished playing it again. One of the very few games where the story didn't slip away from me.

I've got sleeping dogs sat on my 360 as a game with gold ages ago. Is this the same game but on Xbox one? Liked the first hour or so on 360 but too many games to play with not enough time!!

ajholmes93

Anyone have an opinion on Sleeping Dogs? Is it any good?


Yes it's a great game.similar to GTA but has lots of beat em up elements and less driving and it has a possitive vibe since you play as an undercover cop.. much better than Tomb Raider.
Edited by: "Tequila" 2nd Feb 2015
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