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Tomb Raider I-III Remastered

Aspyr, Crystal Dynamics
Feb 14, 2024 - Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One

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PC Gamer
78 / 100
4 / 5
Metro GameCentral
8 / 10
6 / 10
Hobby Consolas
77 / 100
God is a Geek
7 / 10
Game Rant
4 / 5
85 / 100
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Critic Reviews for Tomb Raider I-III Remastered

Tomb Raider Remastered is an impressive and authentic update. Too authentic in some places, though.

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These classic games remain as ingenious, memorable and frustrating as ever.

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Metro GameCentral

8 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A surprisingly good set of remasters, that present the original PS1 trilogy in the best light possible and with some very welcome options for modern controls and graphics.

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Lara's original trilogy has been lovingly restored with the launch of these remasters, offering a definitive collection that bundles the core games and their expansions. However, dusting off these old relics in the name of nostalgia may come with a nasty surprise. Don't worry, there are no mummy curses, snake pits, or swinging pendulum axes, though the clunky controls will definitely take some getting used to (again).

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It's interesting both as a compilation of classic games and for the fun it holds, but you have to keep in mind that they are still the original games, with a good part of the technical and playable flaws (logical for the time) that they had.

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If you're here for nostalgia's sake, more power to you, but if you're expecting a sweeping remaster of this beloved trilogy that brings it up to date in a meaningful way, you'll have to keep waiting.

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This release really needs two separate review scores: one for people who’ve never played the originals and one for players who will frolic through the levels with experience and rose-tinted glasses of nostalgia. Fans of the original Tomb Raider games will probably be thrilled with these remasters. For non-veterans, though, it will be an arduous journey, and the new textures, lighting, and “modern” controls won’t make much difference. It will be hard to judge these titles through the lens of ’90s tech and game design rather than 2024’s, and new players might have a tougher time overlooking issues that veteran players embrace as quirks or don’t see at all. However, it seems safe to assume that most people picking up Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered already appreciate the originals, and so this score is aimed more at them. Newcomers, approach with caution.

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The iconic Lara Croft returns in a series of lovingly crafted remasters of her first three adventures. Tomb Raider I-III Remastered features not only the base version of all three games, but also the full expansions which were previously unavailable on the PS1, providing an incredible amount of content for a bargain price. Upgraded character models and lighting, a photo mode, and optional quality-of-life improvements help round out a collection which would have been worthwhile without the graphical upgrade. Unfortunately, a few control, lighting, and camera issues do occasionally arise, dampening what is otherwise a great collection.

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