In 2013 an old franchise was reborn, a franchise that had spawned no less than 13 video games and 2 Hollywood movies, Tomb Raider.
This reboot saw us introduced to a younger and less experienced Lady Croft (though still very much the parkour expert), before she became the supernatural fighting, relic hunting, gun-toting protagonist that has long been a favourite, especially within the teenage male gamer demographic.
The gaming community rejoiced, a fresh look to a withered series. The new game, named only Tomb Raider, was a success, both critically and commercially. It topped the charts, sold faster than any game before it that year, only surpassed by GTA V, and received rave reviews across the board. With so much success it was only a matter of time before a version was made for the newer, more powerful gamets consoles now on the market.
Fast forward to January 2014, throw in the power of the PS4 and Xbox One, add a nifty subtitle and what have you got? Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition.