Are You Willing To Pay Real Money To Make Lara Better?
Gotta love those microtransactions. Oh, you don't? Well, according to the stats, a great many people don't mind shelling out.
Crystal Dynamics has added a few more microtransaction items for the widely acclaimed Tomb Raider, so if you want an advantage in the single-player campaign, you might want to grab these upgrades.
There's a headshot reticle that retails for $0.99, and it allows players to become much more accurate with Lara's assortment of weapons. It's not the only microtransaction item available, either, as there are other campaign upgrades that can be purchased. For only $1, gamers can pick up an Agility boost (Lara can climb faster and take less damage from falls) as well as Animal Instinct, a new skill that lets Lara see XP-laden animals when in Instinct Mode.
There are multiplayer microtransactions as well, such as additional playable characters. Are you willing to pay real money for these gameplay enhancements? Is it worth it to you?
Related Game(s): Tomb Raider
3/20/2013 1:06:47 PM Ben Dutka