The Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition for next-gen consoles features a horde of really cool upgrades and content.
However, although quite a few are indeed planning to pick up the elite version of last year's accomplished adventure games, most of our readers say they'll be passing.
The majority of participants in our latest poll said they're simply not interested, while the second-largest group said they've already played the successful reboot, and that's good enough for them. This may be the problem developer Crystal Dynamics encounters when the Definitive Edition launches at the end of this month: Those who already played it don't want to shell out $60 for the upgraded version, despite all the admittedly great updates. As for those who didn't play it, maybe they didn't 'cuz they weren't interested in the first place.
Anyway, moving on to the current console war, we want to know what you think about Sony's early lead. As most everyone knows by now, the PlayStation 4 sold 4.2 million units in 2013, significantly more than Microsoft's Xbox One, which came in at 3 million. Sony has downplayed that Round 1 victory , but do you think it's a crucial win?
Related Game(s): Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition