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Samuh_ Jun 11, 2013 @ 2:56am
Completed The Game!
So, I completed the game now and i played Tomb Raider total 7 hours!. It was amazing game! I give it 9/10
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swenor Jun 11, 2013 @ 4:39pm 
So?
Thumbcramp Jun 11, 2013 @ 10:47pm 
/golfclap
It takes a few hours longer to go back getting every relic, and gps etc. Did you want a reward for winning the race to finish it? oh wait, there is no race...
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Sanji Jun 11, 2013 @ 11:53pm 
Guys, it's just someone's opinion about the game. He/She is not rubbing it in our faces that they beat it in 7 hours, but rather they enjoyed it on a personal level. Glad you enjoyed it Samuh98<3. I'm enjoying it so far myself!
Ape (with car keys) Jun 12, 2013 @ 1:20am 
I'm getting closer, 29 hours in and liking it. Still will have to go back and gather a few things but mostly I've been finding what there is to find as I go along. I don't know where to find the 4th flag to the "previous inhabitants" challenge?
AmmokK Jun 12, 2013 @ 6:18am 
7 hours? Oo
Did you just skip everything that isn´t mainstory?
Drevin Jun 12, 2013 @ 7:38am 
For Vapor, spoiler below if you still try to find it yourself.

If you stay in the area where the camp fire is (after the bunker and before the Endurance), the banner is very high up on a crane nearby.
fenke Jun 12, 2013 @ 7:40am 
Which wouldn't be odd, the story develops fast and the game basically begs you to skip everything that isn't main-story. I would recommend playing it like that the first time.

To the OP, yes, it's a great game, I agree wholeheartedly
Ape (with car keys) Jun 13, 2013 @ 12:10am 
@Drevin, thnx :) I moused over the spoiler... not sure i would have found that one?
Murano Satomi Jun 13, 2013 @ 1:23am 
Super game 10/10 :3
footesouljaa-NZ Jun 14, 2013 @ 2:51am 
7 hours? took me 18 u gotta be lara and be a explorer.
Psych Jun 14, 2013 @ 11:37am 
Took me 14 hours and I did a moderate amount of exploration. Had a 84% completion.
coffeebrains Jun 14, 2013 @ 12:07pm 
ahhh was it worth the 49.00 bucks ? i hate video game industry , they charge you 49 bucks for a download ..you dont even own it ? i remember back in the day of cd copys you paided $20 bucks for a pc game
fenke Jun 14, 2013 @ 12:18pm 
Perhaps, but in this game Lara counts 100x as many polygons as in the first. It costs a lot of effort, time and money to make all these polygpns look pretty.
milkfat Jun 14, 2013 @ 3:21pm 
Originally posted by coffeebrains:
ahhh was it worth the 49.00 bucks ? i hate video game industry , they charge you 49 bucks for a download ..you dont even own it ? i remember back in the day of cd copys you paided $20 bucks for a pc game

You're looking through nostalgia glasses. $49.99 has been the standard price since at least the early 90s. DOOM originally retailed for $49.99 in 1993. If game prices followed inflation, games today would retail for $79.99. We're just recently starting to see a shift to $59.99. If anything, games are a better deal now than ever.

You can still get AAA games today for $20, you just have to wait and/or be on the lookout for a great deal.

As for owning games... you have never owned them. Games are copyrighted, you pay for the license to install and play them. Disk vs download is just a difference in delivery method.
Mister Bubbles Jun 14, 2013 @ 3:48pm 
Originally posted by milkfat:
As for owning games... you have never owned them.
Actually some of the very first games (i.e. cassette based for 8-bit home computers such as ZX Spectrum or Amstrad CPC464 etc.) neglected to include any form of license and, despite the copyright still being owned by the originator or publisher, the payment was accepted as beoing for the cassette, instructions inlay etc. you paid for the physical media and published material in those days.
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