Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

When the PlayStation 4 was first announced by Sony last year, the platform holder made a handful of next generation promises which we feel that it has delivered on. For starters, the visuals are far superior to its ageing accomplice, the touchpad is able to add depth to certain genres, and the general interface feels like a veritable leap over the creaky XMB. However, we're still not entirely convinced by the DualShock 4's blindingly bright light bar.

There have been calls for this superfluous extra to be disabled in a future firmware update, but the Japanese giant has ruled out any such option on Twitter. This has driven some irritated entrepreneurs to even concoct custom stickers to cover the illuminating surface, which are currently doing a roaring trade on eBay. That said, before you deface your controller with decals, we figured that you may want to take a look at what Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is doing with the added extra.

Do you think that this is a silly gimmick or engaging addition? Watch the video and let us know in the comments section below. You can also check out our Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition review to find out more about this polished treasure.