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Tomb Raider - Survival Edition only £1.75 for PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Tomb Raider - Survival Edition only £1.75 for PC

Tomb Raider for less than £2. Are you kidding me! Who'd be a console gamer right? Well, me apparently. Bitterness aside, this is an essential purchase if somehow you've managed not to pick this one up already. Forget the old days of clunky controls and bad acting, this Tomb Raider reboot is arguably the best in the series and is a genre classic all the way. Unless you hate fun and adventure.

What extras are included in the Survival Edition you ask? A digital 32-page mini art book compiled by Art Director Brian Horton, 10 downloadable tracks from the soundtrack, digital double sided map of the game’s island and the cover image. There's more: The Tomb Raider: The Beginning digital comic, Guerilla Skin in-game outfit and three in-game weapons from Hitman: Absolution - Silverballer, Agency SPS 12, and HX AP-15.

Thanks to BuzzDurband.

Tomb Raider - Game Of The Year Edition on PC drops to £5

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Carl Phillips
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Deals
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Tomb Raider - Game Of The Year Edition on PC drops to £5

Today's advent deal from GAME brings the GOTY edition of Tomb Raider down to a fiver. What is most surprising is that there's a substantial saving to be made over offers elsewhere.

Admittedly, with the exception of an additional tomb to raid, the GOTY Edition mainly provides skins and characters for the game's rather lacklustre multiplayer suite, but if you have yet to experience Lara Croft's re imagined origin story, this cheap deal is a great chance to do so.

Grab Tomb Raider GOTY for just £6.85 at Simply Games on Xbox 360

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Matt Gardner
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Grab Tomb Raider GOTY for just £6.85 at Simply Games on Xbox 360

You can pick up Tomb Raider GOTY for just £6.85 at Simply Games right now on Xbox 360, which includes all of the, admittedly multiplayer, DLC.

You can find our Tomb Raider review here. Cheers Mark!

 

Tomb Raider only £3 at Gamersgate with code

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Matt Gardner
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Tomb Raider only £3 at Gamersgate with code

You can buy the Tomb Raider reboot for the price of a pint over at Gamersgate right now, and it's a cracking title that ended up as one of our nominees for Game of the Year in 2013.

NB. Remember to use the code GAMERSGATE-TURKEY to get it at this price. Cheers oUkTuRkEyIII!

80% off Tomb Raider GOTY, down to £4.99 at SE Store

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Matt Gardner
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80% off Tomb Raider GOTY, down to £4.99 at SE Store

I loved the Tomb Raider reboot, and it looks absolutely smashing on PC. As part of their big New-vember sale, Square have knocked 80% off of their usual price for the game, bringing it under a fiver.

Be sure to check out Square's other offers and you can find our Tomb Raider review here.

Tomb Raider Saga just £4.77 at GOG

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Matt Gardner
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Tomb Raider Saga just £4.77 at GOG

How much Tomb Raider can you handle? For under a fiver, a trip to GOG within the next 24 hours can net you a host of classic Lara Croft adventures.

That £4.77 will earn you Tomb Raider 1-3, Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation (+ Chronicles), and Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness. But be quick, the bundle offer only lasts a day.

Daily Gaming Deals Roundup – 18/11/14 | Killer Xbox One bundles, White PS4 back in stock, Tomb Raider sale

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Matt Gardner
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Deals
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Daily Gaming Deals Roundup – 18/11/14 | Killer Xbox One bundles, White PS4 back in stock, Tomb Raider sale

Check out today's hottest gaming bargains and console bundle deals, and if you're looking at picking up a console bundle with awesome exclusives and unbroken games for Christmas or during Black Friday week, check out Jon's Wii U Christmas Buyer's Guide.

Get an Xbox One + COD: Advanced Warfare + Sunset Overdrive + Forza 5 GOTY for £349.99

  • This might just be the best Xbox One bundle yet. Absolutely cracking stuff, three superb games, and a pric epoint under £350. Get on it! Cheers preparationiskey!

Xbox One + GTA V + Far Cry 4 for £359.99 at Argos

  • Two of the hottest releases of the winter, and massive content bundles to see you through until the New Year. Thanks Jabbypans!
Click here for more of today's hottest games deals >>

Xbox LIVE Deals With Gold: Massive Tomb Raider Sale - Definitive now £21.43, Underworld & Anniversary just £3.74

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Matt Gardner
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Xbox LIVE Deals With Gold: Massive Tomb Raider Sale - Definitive now £21.43, Underworld & Anniversary just £3.74

Swagalicious Tomb Raider deals abound in this week's Xbox LIVE Deals With Gold. The Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is down to £21.43 on Xbox One and under a tenner on Xbox 360, with older titles such as Tomb Raider: Underworld and Tomb Raider: Anniversary going for £3.74.

Xbox One

Xbox 360

Click here to check out the full list of Deals With Gold over on Xbox.com >>

Remember, you'll need an Xbox LIVE Gold Membership to take advantage of these deals.

Get Tomb Raider GOTY Edition on Xbox 360 for just £9.99 at The Game Collection

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Carl Phillips
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Get Tomb Raider GOTY Edition on Xbox 360 for just £9.99 at The Game Collection
Tomb Raider GOTY Edition | The Game Collection | £9.99
Xbox 360 price comparison | Tomb Raider Review

It was only a few weeks ago that The Game Collection provided a good deal for this one, but they've lowered the price even more in today's Flash Deal. Overall it will save you around £7.50 over the next cheapest offer elsewhere.

Admittedly, with the exception of an additional tomb to raid, the GOTY edition mainly provides skins and characters for the game's rather lacklustre multiplayer suite, but if you have yet to experience Lara Croft's re imagined origin story, this is definitely a good chance to do so (providing you aren't tempted to go with the Definitive Edition should you have a currrent-gen console.) Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD!

Get Tomb Raider on PC for just £3.37 from the Square Enix Store

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Carl Phillips
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Get Tomb Raider on PC for just £3.37 from the Square Enix Store
Tomb Raider | Square Enix Store | £3.37 with code
Voucher Code: SQEXD005 | PC price comparison | Tomb Raider Review

I wasn't so sure the price of this one could get any lower, but here we are with a sub-£4 deal for Tomb Raider, made even sweeter by the voucher code above, direct from publisher Square Enix. A saving of over £6 awaits those who have yet to pick up a copy. Please note that you'll be given a Steam code to redeem on the service upon purchase.

In the end, Crystal Dynamics crafted a fine return for Lara Croft in this reimagining of her origins. With a well-crafted story that turns her into the heroine we know and love, a huge island to explore with actual tombs to raid, and a combat system that is up there with the genre’s best, it's hard to argue with the price point above. Thanks to bandwidthbob @ HUKD!

GOG.com launches DRM-Free Time Machine Sale, wins at nostalgia

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Matt Gardner
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Get Tomb Raider 1, 2, and 3 for £1.20

Yep, it's another GOG deal. Why? Well, how about discounted nostalgia.

That's right, GOG have launched their DRM-Free Time Machine Sale, which is taking some thirty classic titles from the last 30 years and discounting the lot of them, with up to 90% savings in some cases.

Each year and its relevant game will get its moment in the dealtastic spotlight, but how long they stay there is up to us consumers. Put simply, the more copies bought, the longer a game will stay on sale.

You can head here for more info and to get stuck in. The current deal at the time of writing sees Tomb Raider 1, 2, and 3 for $1.99. That's about £1.20.

Seriously. Why are you still even reading this. Go spend unbelievably small amounts of money on heaps of delicious nostalgia. It's the right choice.

Pick up Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition plus Limited Edition Artbook for £37.99 at GAME

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Matt Gardner
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Pick up Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition plus Limited Edition Artbook for £37.99 at GAME

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition + Limited Edition Artbook (PS4/XO)
£37.99 (with code) | GAME | Use code: RAIDMYTOMB
Tomb Raider Review | Tomb Raider next-gen article

Now this is a little more "definitive". GAME are selling Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition for £45 on PS4 and Xbox One, but you can get it cheaper by using the code RAIDMYTOMB (erm, PHRASING!), which will knock a few quid off. As it's GAME, there's also a Limited Edition Artbook included, which holds a bunch of never before seen concept art of Lara Croft, her enemies and more. Nice spot techo!

NB. You can pick up the Standard Edition of the game for £37 here at Amazon.

Tomb Raider £13.99 at Base for Xbox 360

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Brendan Griffiths
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Tomb Raider £13.99 at Base for Xbox 360

Tomb RaiderBase | £13.99
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While the upcoming PS4/Xbox One version will the best-looking version on the market later this month, Tomb Raider still looks fantastic on the Xbox 360. So, if you're yet to pick up Lara's latest adventure, why not save yourself a few quid and pick up this cheap deal from Game Collection. Many say this is the best game in the series for years and it's hard to disagree. This reboot acts as a prequel, shipwrecking Lara on an island populated by nutters, but more importantly it's a huge landscape to explore. The story is excellent and there are lots of collectibles to discover when you're done.

Are Next-Gen Re-Releases Like Tomb Raider A Bad Idea?

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Brendan Griffiths
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Are Next-Gen Re-Releases Like Tomb Raider A Bad Idea?

Last week at the VGX Awards, Square Enix finally admitted they would be re-releasing Tomb Raider on the PS4 and Xbox One. This ‘Definitive Edition’ comes with a handful of visual upgrades including TressFX technology for Lara’s hair (like the original PC version), a remodelling for Lara’s face and better leaves and branches on the trees. And presumably better explosions, because that’s the next-gen dream right?

It will also include the previous pre-order incentive Tomb of the Lost Adventurer and there will be some unique touches that are only possible on next-gen machines. The Xbone version will include Kinect voice controls for weapon selection and the PS4’s DualShock light will light up when Lara’s lights a touch.

There’s even more packed in though! Like the extra skins, weapons and eight DLC maps for the multiplayer that everyone plays so much! Making of documentaries that you’d otherwise have to look for on YouTube! That really shitty digital prologue comic! And there’s an extra artbook in the Special Edition of the Definitive Edition for those of you wanting more than the Standard Edition of the Definitive Edition! What!

Are Next-Gen Re-Releases Like Tomb Raider A Bad Idea?

You can order all these essential improvements for $59.99, which at the moment on Amazon (US version) is a few dollars more than recent next-gen games like Forza 5 or Killzone: Shadow Fall. Bargain. Despite being a mere six weeks away in the UK, there are barely any listings to be found online, but some have recently appeared at Game for £55 or ShopTo at (a still eye-watering) £45-£50. So, essentially this is a full-priced next-gen release. Or you could buy it now on PS3 or Xbox 360 for less than £15.

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Tomb Raider | £14.29 | Amazon | 360

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Brendan Griffiths
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Tomb Raider | £14.29 | Amazon | 360

Tomb RaiderAmazon | £14.29
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Thanks to leeds_united_afc at HotUkDeals.

Tomb Raider | £5.99 | Gamefly | PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Tomb Raider | £5.99 | Gamefly | PC

Tomb RaiderGamefly | £5.99 (with code)
Discount Code: GFDAUG20UK | Price ComparisonReview

Thanks to goonertillidie at HotUkDeals.

Tomb Raider: Collector's Edition | £34.98 | Zavvi | Xbox 360

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Jonathan Lester
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Tomb Raider: Collector's Edition | £34.98 | Zavvi | Xbox 360

Tomb Raider: Collector's Edition | Zavvi | £34.98 (save £5)
Tomb Raider Review

Tomb Raider has been very cheap on PC recently - only buy this if you want all the merchandise. Apparently the figurine retails individually for £15 more than the total price. Thanks to Poch @ HUKD!

Tomb Raider | £5.99 | Gamefly | PC

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Brendan Griffiths
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Tomb Raider | £5.99 | Gamefly | PC

Tomb RaiderGamefly | £5.99 (with code)
Discount Code: GFDAUG20UK | Price ComparisonReview

Thanks to ALW4RD1 at HotUkDeals.

Half Time | Staff Picks - Best Games of 2013 So Far

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Matt Gardner
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2013 Half Time, Best Games of 2013 So Far, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, The Last Of Us, Tomb Raider

Hot damn, this year's had some fine titles already. It's a testament to the strength of the output over the last six months, that no two choices here are the same. Do stay tuned for our rundown of the top ten games of the year so far in our democratically-sourced list later in the week, but in the meantime, here are our personal shouts for the best games of the year thus far...

Jonathan -- Fire Emblem: Awakening

Half Time | Staff Picks - Best Games of 2013 So Far

The first half of 2013 has seen any number of great games hit home consoles and the PC, but for my money, the best game of 2013 released on the Nintendo 3DS. Fire Emblem: Awakening may not have the clout of BioShock Infinite or The Last Of Us, yet it delivers perhaps the most exquisite gaming experience of many a long year.

The tactics and tough decisions are as solid as you'd expect from the venerable series, but Awakening upped the ante with a tragic yet uplifting storyline and a cast of truly unforgettable characters. Over the course of the massive campaign, you'll laugh along with your newfound friends, shed a tear when they die in combat, and punch the air with delight as they fall in love right there on the battlefield. Dynamically. Through gameplay. Eventually, their offspring joins your army, building an emotional attachment that makes permanent deaths all the more difficult to bear. Sure, the strategy was top-notch, but the glorious happy highs and stomach-churning emotional lows made Fire Emblem Awakening something truly special and unique.

I will be very surprised if it doesn't become my overall game of the year all told once December rolls around. Your move, 2013.

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PWNCAST | 2013 Half Time Retrospective

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PWNCAST | 2013 Half Time Retrospective

Holy Half Time, Batman! The PWNCAST is back! That's right, the original Dealspwn podcast returns for a special appearance as we take stock of the first half of 2013, reflecting upon some of the best games that we've witnessed over the past six months. Not only that, we take a look at the platform landscape and try to determine who's had the most successful year thus far, before attempting to come up with three highlights each for 2013 so far.

PWNCAST | 2013 Half Time Retrospective. Recorded: 10th July, 2013

Parental Advisory: We've tried to keep it as conversational and informal as possible, and you should be warned that there may be a few instances of strong language.

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