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Scout Out Tomb Raider for £19.99 on the European PlayStation Store

Posted by Sammy Barker

True treasure

Sony’s enormous European Easter Egg Hunt is rolling on today with an enormous discount on Crystal Dynamics' ace Tomb Raider reboot. Starting from now until 11:59AM BST on 31st March, you’ll be able to pillage Lara Croft’s latest adventure for just £19.99/€29.99 from the PlayStation Store. That’s a huge discount over the title’s ordinary asking price of £49.99/€59.99, and is even considerably cheaper than retail editions of the game from sites such as Amazon.

We adored Tomb Raider’s most recent outing, describing the experience as “exceptional” in our review. “Nathan Drake may want to watch his back, because the queen of adventure's gunning for his crown,” wrote reviews editor Greg Giddens earlier in the month. Are you planning to pick this up now that the title’s price has been significantly reduced? Let us know in the comments section below.

[via blog.eu.playstation.com]

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User Comments (9)

Splat

#1

Splat said:

Is this a bad sign? Is it not selling or just a very good deal?

Confused_DudeStaff

#2

Confused_Dude said:

Woah. That's crazy cheap.
I've been looking to pick this up for a while, but a big part of me wants to own it physically no matter the price difference.

rastamadeus

#3

rastamadeus said:

Was debating getting Sly 4 this weekend on PSN but it'll have to wait now. What a deal.

get2sammybAdmin

#4

get2sammyb said:

@Splat It's selling below expectations apparently — but that's because Square Enix are living on cloud cuckoo land. The game's done over 3 million sales in a month. Square expect it to sell 10 million...

So, in short, it's actually doing really well.

Stuffgamer1

#6

Stuffgamer1 said:

@sammy: Great way to sum that up. 10 million copies of a game in one release-jammed month was an absurd expectation. :P

Ginkgo

#7

Ginkgo said:

Such a great game, my fav of the year to date. That deal is impossible to pass up for anyone who hasn't already taken the plunge.
Maybe Square Enix was hoping that it would save them financially.

Gamer83

#8

Gamer83 said:

@get2sammyb

LOL, that's about the nicest way you can describe the thinking of the execs at SquareEnix right now. They really thought the game would do CoD numbers and eventhough it deserves to we all knew that wasn't going to happen.

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