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  1. Given the unlikelihood (is that a word?!) of the mysterious eighth tomb actually being a Thing I'll give the game another run-through with all the tombs. Well, Hitman 2 is keeping me very occupied but I'll try and make time. Has anyone else done this? Do the tombs and stories around them help with the overall game?
  2. From memory there is a crate that is under the water that gets highlighted with Eagle Vision but there's no way of interacting with it that I found either. I think it's an oversight. I have not noticed a beeping sound there, I'll try and remember to have a look and listen later on. As a general piece of advice in the game, there's a high chance that if you've spent an hour trying to figure out something and you've not got anywhere then it's not something you can do at that point. You're highly unlikely to permanently miss anything, there's basically nothing you can only get to once, although with the DLC I'm not so sure, from memory some documents are in the tomb-y bits of the levels and there doesn't appear to be a way back into them from within a given save game but I don't know, I managed to get all of them on the first go (or the game gives them to Lara regardless). Happy hunting!
  3. Sorry, this is a repeat question and is more or less a repeat of the two most-recent posts. Question remains - anyone have any idea about the mysterious missing "additional tomb" that is "coming soon"? I just read an article at kotaku.com that mentioned this missing thing. The developers are silent, although that is sadly normal for game developers even in the face of "this game is totally broken" complaints from those who provide their income. As mentioned, I felt the very last dialogue in "Mother Protector" left something hanging, a conversation that isn't finished, but I have to admit I don't know how it fits with the story as a whole. Maybe it segues nicely into the next thing Lara says to whoever-it-might-be back in the main game. Elsewhere in internetland there's evidence of a "definitive edition" already, which does kind-of imply they've finished, and there was a mention that the "sound team" had "jumped ship" already in some reddit/discord/whatever thread. Maybe if there is a definitive edition they'll release something along with it but . . . well, likely wishful thinking. Took them years to fix the deer-spawn bug in "Rise of the Tomb Raider" even though there was a high chance of never being able to complete "Baba Yaga" and not even sure that it is fixed but I did get that impression last time I looked. Half-finished games with things that cannot be done due to their being incomplete ("Thief", which I really rather liked otherwise) still get released. I bought the digital Croft edition so do not know whether "Mother Protector" was the season-pass-only DLC, there was going to be one. Anyway, anyone know anything vaguely definitive? Please post! Otherwise I suppose it really is an oversight.
  4. Thing I don't get is that the menu still indicates there is one more tomb "coming soon" and the way this one ended is clearly "mid-sentence", so to speak. There has to be something else, surely. Any ideas or news?
  5. Hello. I realise an answer 439 days later is not likely to be very helpful for you but if I remember correctly it means the thing is below Lara so find a ladder/cave entrance/whatever.
  6. What Stella wrote. I find combat in this game quite difficult so any sort of help in the final battle is a good idea. In terms of timelines, just the one DLC level occurs after the final battle but I don't think the game lets you play that until you've done the final level. One DLC features the bad guy, albeit briefly, so for story continuity should be played before the end of the game and I think that is probably true for all of them. My intention is the replay the game (again, once or twice) after all DLC has been released (and it looks like there's one left at present), partly to see how all the tombs fit in with the story given the bit of extra background. But of course it's entirely up to you! Enjoy!
  7. Oh, right! Super-secret! Croft manor again . . . maybe. The impression I got from the exchange about what Lara was going to do and the expression on her face was something more light-hearted, there's not been a lot of humour! Those historically have been at Croft Manor, like locking the butler in the freezer (BTW this gets a nod in Hitman 2 if you didn't know). The last visits to Croft Manor have hardly been pleasant, too.
  8. Hey, Stella, the last tomb - do you know what's happening there? What I mean is there's still one thing listed as "coming soon" and right at the end there's a conversation between Lara and . . . someone else which clearly indicates something more.
  9. this was probably the trickiest bit in the game as it's consistently difficult and is the one that really put me off trying Deadly Obsession, I pictured myself getting more and more and more annoyed and breaking 3000 worth of console and TV and thought . . . I can live without a few Xbox gamer points
  10. I use an Xbox, I found what looks like a useful thread on another site, hope it helps.
  11. If I understand correctly, you do not know how to make silent arrows. I do not know the PC buttons but on Xbox holding RB makes special arrows (fire arrows in your case) and RT makes silent arrows. I believe on PC it's the same idea - hold the "shoot arrow" button and Lara makes silent arrows.
  12. You don't need feathers to make fire arrows (never paid much attention myself but I don't think you do). Cloth and oil so I suppose it's one of those you're missing. If you're really stuck then if you hold RB and LB (RT and LT?) at the loading screen and you'll get back-up saves. They might be a fair bit further back than where you are in the game. Best of luck.
  13. Right - thanks for that, I'll try and get used to it. I'm about to do the latest tomb, I've got to the "you're about to enter the tomb" bit so have gone away from Hitman right now. Trouble is I find that as soon as I start playing one game I very quickly lose the co-ordination on whatever I was playing before! So I keep trying to get Lara to do what Agent 47 does at the moment and - oddly - I start using herbs because I'm holding LB for no reason (it's the run button in Hitman). Then when I go back to Hitman I press R-stick for Eagle Vision instead of holding RB. Trials and tribulations . . .
  14. Ah, yes, I keep forgetting herbs, I barely used them until the final fight on "One With The Jungle" and don't recall using them at all when I went through on the easy setting; once again I completely avoided the normal setting, didn't use it in any of the last three games! How to you slow down time? Is it just by aiming? I can do it in Hitman with the right guns, pulling slightly on the trigger - is it like that?
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