The Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider: The Definitive Experience is a $50 title that gives you a whole new look at the game.
But while it is a new entry in the series, it still holds up remarkably well to its predecessor, with the addition of a ton of new graphics and animations.
There are a few new features that have been added, such as a new facial animation and a few other things, but for the most part, the gameplay remains pretty much the same.
You can get a new avatar that looks like Lara Croft for $20 on Steam, but if you want a customised avatar, there are also a few options to choose from.
You’ll also be able to choose to play as Lara’s older brother, Connor, and his older brother Ryan, a character that will appear in the final game.
You also get to play with an AI companion, which you can choose to interact with or simply play with as you play.
And as far as new graphics go, you get new shadow detail, an improved lighting model, and a new shader system that lets you tweak the quality of shadows and lights to your liking.
This is a lot of work for a game that has been around for about two years, and you’ll definitely want to give the Definitive Edition a go if you’ve played the game at a low price before.
The Definitive experience can be downloaded for $25 on Steam.
But there are a couple of things that you’ll want to do before you start playing the game: you’ll need to buy a physical copy of the game, which costs around $35.
The game has been released on consoles and PC for some time now, so this is not the first time that the game has made its way to these platforms.
But the Definitive edition will work on any PC.
But for those who don’t own a physical version of the original Tomb Raider, you’ll still be able get the game for a few bucks on Steam or on the PlayStation Store.
If you want to pick up the Definitive version for $30, that’s the price you can get it for.