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[Watch] Tomb Raider: Lara Croft Go Leaked For PS4 & PS Vita

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[Watch] Tomb Raider: Lara Croft Go Leaked For PS4 & PS Vita

Lara Croft Go was accidentally leaked for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The revealed trophies from Exophase site had heavily implied this. As of now, Sony still hasn’t made an official announcement yet regarding the PS4 and PS Vita versions. It would most likely be confirmed by Sony for the upcoming weekend at the PlayStation Experience for this year.

More about Lara Croft Go:

It is a turn-based puzzle game first released for the iOS, Android, and Windows phone. As the name implies, it is a Tomb Raider spin-off starring the heroine of the series. It wasn’t clear if the spin-off could be considered as a part of the main series storyline.

The game was unexpectedly well received. Especially for a spin-off for tablets and smartphones, since the Tomb Raider series is mainly released on consoles and the PC. Another factor that made most fans doubt its success is the genre, as the Tomb Raider series is an action-adventure and exploration game set in areas that could be considered labyrinths. Lots of puzzle-solving is also involved.

The game is praised by players for its innovative puzzles and aesthetics. It also managed to stay true to the series according to most fans.

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 A bit of Tomb Raider history:

The original Tomb Raider game was first released for the PC, PlayStation 1, and Sega Saturn way back in 1996. The franchise was originally owned by Eidos Interactive until it was merged with the European branch of Square Enix.

An overview of the mobile version is also posted at the Gematsu website.

Along with Lara Croft Go, Marvel Vs Capcom 4 was also accidentally leaked before its official announcement, as mentioned in the Geeky Gadgets website.

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