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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:49pm 23/06/15 | 4 Comments
The new Lara Croft adventure, Rise of the Tomb Raider, is headed to Xbox consoles at the end of this year. In a new video demonstrating 15 minutes of Siberian Wilderness gameplay we get a glimpse at Lara's survival skills, watch her make a bow out of everyday forest stuff, and even take on a large angry bear.




The above demonstration is definitely impressive and sells the stark, dangerous and beautiful landscape of what looks like an early part of the game. Collecting materials (i.e. looting) and crafting stuff like bandages, arrows, and weapons, looks to play a bigger role this time around.

Rise of the Tomb Raider is due for Xbox One and Xbox 360 on November 10.



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Newgo
Posted 06:34pm 24/6/15
Boycotting this bulls*** because microsoft are a bunch of wankers and made it xbox exclusive. very poor form considering i loved the first on on pc.

"No Microsoft, making it exclusive will not make me buy an Xbone, nor a second hand 360. it has simply lost the developers a sale on PC!"
ravn0s
Posted 07:49pm 24/6/15
it's only a timed exclusive. there will probably be a pc and ps4 version 6 months after the xbone release.
Creepy
Posted 01:44pm 25/6/15
No "probably" about it, as the head dude at Crystal Dynamics basically came out and admitted a mid 2016 release for all (by saying what consistuted "exclusive" in terms of months). This came after the outcry upon last E3's reveal.

Really, Crystal Dynamics needed the cash to make/finish the game, and MS had the wheelbarrow...
notgreazy
Posted 02:45pm 25/6/15
What creepy said. Cry more, I fully support exclusive titles if it means good games get made.
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