One of the most anticipated video games of the holiday season, Rise Of The Tomb Raider continues the epic adventures of Lara Croft as she races a shadowy organization to find the secret of immortality. In his review of the adventure-platformer, Alex McCown called the game a “fleet and enjoyable journey” that “executes its simple pleasures elegantly and with minimal fuss.” Rise Of The Tomb Raider just hit shelves on November 10, but The A.V. Club has an opportunity for fans to get their hands on a exclusive gift set, which includes an Xbox One digital download of the game, as well as four limited-edition Tomb Raider posters. The entire collection comes packaged in a special wooden crate to keep the loot safe:

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The individual posters were designed by artists Tara McPherson, Frank Kozik, Geof Darrow, and the La Boca design circus, each only receiving a limited run of 100 prints. For your chance to win the prize package, simply send an email to avcontests@theonion.com with the subject line “Tomb Raider.” Be sure to include your name and mailing address in the body of the email. U.S. entrants only. We’ll select one winner from our eligible entries on Tuesday, November 17, and notify them via email shortly thereafter. An official synopsis and trailer for the game can be found below.

In the critically acclaimed Tomb Raider, Lara Croft was forged into a true survivor, but she glimpsed a deeper, secret world. Now, after uncovering an ancient mystery, Lara must explore the most treacherous and remote regions of Siberia to find the secret of immortality before a ruthless organization known as Trinity. Lara must use her wits and survival skills, form new alliances, and ultimately embrace her destiny as the Tomb Raider. Experience high-octane action moments, conquer beautifully hostile environments, engage in brutal guerilla combat, and explore awe-inspiring deadly tombs in the evolution of survival action. In Rise Of The Tomb Raider, Lara becomes more than a survivor as she embarks on her first great Tomb Raiding expedition.

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