Reviews for Tomb Raider Collection

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Latest version not in the collection

Gwystyl | Dec. 3, 2013 | See all Gwystyl's reviews »

I purchased this collection since it was cheaper than the collection on Steam (http://store.steampowered.com/sub/26663 € 13,99, this one was €11,99). Later I noticed that the collection on Steam included the latest Tomb Raider which came out this year. It's still a very reasonable price for such a wonderfull collection of games I've played in the past and of which most CD's/floppy's are damaged, but for the extra € 2 I would have liked the latest version also....

100

So Much Fun

Kevduit | Sept. 12, 2013 | See all Kevduit's reviews »

I've spent continuous hours on these games, trying so hard to beat through some of the toughest scenarios ever put into a video game. The Tomb Raider games are always filled with action and adventure that never ceases, so the game is always fun to come back to, once and a while, just to replay their intense story line. I actually found that I like the old tomb raider games better than the newer ones, just because they were original and quite well made. I would recommend this game for anyone that likes dungeon games, put together with shooting, and puzzles! It's an amazing game!

76

A fine collection of Lara Croft's adventures.

Profoundly_Mad | April 22, 2013 | See all Profoundly_Mad's reviews »

Both old and new, this collection offers players the chance to experience Lara Croft's adventures from the very beginning. The early games haven't aged particularly well but are still worth checking out if only to see how the series has evolved over time. Some of the games such as Chronicles and Angel of Darkness are really lackluster but considering the other games in the collection are all high quality, you can't really complain.

If you like platforming in a 3D environment with traps and puzzle solving, get this collection.

88

A must-have pack

abelfs | March 3, 2013 | See all abelfs's reviews »

Who don't know who Lara is?? I have been playing all the Tomb Raider since their respective releases and I shall recommend this pack for any adventure-game-fan. Be a witness of the evolution of Lara Croft games and surround yourself visiting practically all corners of Earth in this pack. Of course, there could be some black sheeps inside the Tomb Raider family (like the forgeteable Angel of Darkness) but they will not ruin the purchase after all.

80

All the Tomb Raider games in one except the new one.

Bigshrimp | March 3, 2013 | See all Bigshrimp's reviews »

You can't go wrong with having all the classic and newer Tomb Raider games. The old ones 1 through 6 haven't aged well, but they are still classics and decent games. You can get a lot of game time and value still out of them.

The newer ones, like Anniversary, Legend, and Underworld have aged pretty well; really decent games. The graphics and gameplay are really decent and I enjoy them a lot. Underworld even works with the Xbox 360 controller as well.

I would recommend this bundle if you are a die hard Tomb Raider or if you are big into nostalgia gaming. If not, I would just buy the last three.

94

Absolute bargain for such high quality games!

alphalegion | March 1, 2013 | See all alphalegion's reviews »

Tomb Raider Bundle - If you’re a fan of the Tomb Raider series, this is surely a MUST buy! Even if you haven’t played the Tomb Raider series before, this is certainly worth picking up as they are brilliantly and amazingly good games, and you can experience every single title in the series in just this one bundle!

This bundle is such amazing value, the price tag covers just two or three of the games alone, but for all 9 currently released games, it is an absolute steal! - Almost anyone is able to enjoy these games, with exploration, combat, puzzles and a brilliant narrative in each, it is hard to go wrong.

Tomb Raider is certainly one of the best game franchises of all time and is certainly worth giving it a go and even if you already own a few of the games in the series, I would still recommend buying the bundle rather than the games separately.