Andy's Shadow of Tomb Raider "One of Lara Croft's Best Modern Adventures" in its review last month, and until this week, the fans generally agreed to give the most positive reviews on Steam. But then a bomb was undergoing, and most dissatisfied fans said it was a 34% week's sale, which ends tomorrow as a cause of criticism.
From reading some of the 600+ reviews since sales went alive (66% of these reviews are negative), the main reason is that it is unfair to have paid full price for the game, either as a pre-order or at launch, just to see it greatly reduced soon after.
Most people do not seem worried about whether the game is good or not and many do not even say that. "Feel like an idiot to have pre-ordered," says one. Another negative review reads: "The game is good btw … but never pre-order a Square Enix game ever again."
Although I can understand the frustration, I would not like it differently. The fact that games go so fast, and regularly, is one of the things I like best with PC games. There is another reason that you should be careful about pre-ordering something.
There are of course some legal criticism found in the reviews, with someone pointing to audio and visual errors, while others just did not continue with the story or the match. But in balance, I still think it's worth playing and if you're fast you can grab it with the 34% discount. It's $ 39.59 / £ 29.69 on Steam.
Thank you, PCGamesN.