Originally Posted by Paladin-Hoss
You mean praising the upgrade...or praising the game?
The game is worthy of the praise IMO.Despite a few hiccups here and there, it was a fun game, with an interesting storyline and an excellent , fully fleshed out main character in Lara Croft.
The upgrade it's self. Charging the full $60 just tells me this is an attempt to try to get more sales for the game since they felt the game did't sell well enough. As for why most developers always go for upping the graphics when new hardware is introduced, my theory is that it's the easiest aspect of a game to improve, and it's proven that gamers/consumers respond well to the latest high-end graphics. Very few times, or ever you hear someone say, "Look at that average-looking game it's a day one purchase" It's all about frame rates and 1080p and how detailed everything looks. That's how sleeper titles are made. Beyond Good and Evil is a good example of this.