Tomb Raider

Lara Croft Unleashes Chart Slayage in UK – “Bow Down to the Queen”

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It’s better to start staning for Lara Croft, if your queen is the one owning the sales and ruling the charts. 

The latest and award-winning and critically acclaimed adventure of Lara Croft has returned. On 31st January, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition was exclusively released for PS4 and Xbox One. No need to say that the real queen of England (sorry Elizabeth) came and snatched the weave of FIFA 2014, which was – I want to focus on word “WAS” – celebrating its 6th week on the top – but not anymore!

Tomb  Raider was already one of the best and top selling games in 2013, but also profitable and money keeps coming to Square Enix HQ like no end with this great quality title. Especially after the definitive edition seems to be success by its own. Rumors and reports are suggesting they have decided to buy new climbing axes for everyone at the office to celebrate this incredible success of the release.

Top 10 UK Software Sales (All Formats) Week Ending to February 1

  1. Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (take that peasants)
  2. FIFA 14
  3. Call of Duty: Ghosts
  4. Battlefield 4
  5. Lego Marvel Super Heroes
  6. Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
  7. Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
  8. Grand Theft Auto 5
  9. Need for Speed: Rivals
  10. Killzone: Shadow Fall
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3 replies »

  1. I just hate all the fanboys trying to elevate this outsourced franchise as if it were better than the original. No way! It will never be better than the classics. Americans are just too arrogant and have no class. See this is why we can’t have nice thing. Just write a nice article instead of behaving like vengeful Tr-stan.

    • I’m sorry that you didn’t get the “written tongue-in-cheek” idea of this news post. As you may notice, the whole text is reference to the so-called “stan-culture”. In this funny internet culture, the fans of pop stars are fighting to know who’s is the best of them all. Often sales, awards and chart positions are used as arguments to justify the reasoning, who is the best and why others’ favorites are bad.

      I personally feel that we don’t need awards, good sales nor reviews to tell ourselves that the things we like are good. We know it without these as well.:)

      PS. We are not Americans nor British, and UK = United Kingdom.

      • Yeah I didn’t get the whole trendy stan-emulation thing until now. Sorry.
        Just don’t see the need for anyone to slay others. peasants?
        And for nationality I meant CDynamics in Los Angeles.

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