Conclusion: Legend and Underworld are both good, while I think Anniversary teeters on the absolute brilliant quite often – but three games of that quality for a bargain-basement price is an offer I find hard to refuse and hard not to recommend – especially if you’ve a hankering for a bit of artefact hunting...
Conclusion: Tomb Raider took a turn for the worse in the last decade, but unbeknownst to me, it rebounded back for a trilogy of good games. This collection gets them all together at a great price that will whet your appetite for the next game.
Summary: The Tomb Raider Trilogy is a lot of things. It's a great adventure game full of life or death platforming puzzles. It's a fun exploration game. It's that game where Lara Croft kills a dinosaur. But one thing it's not is a trilogy.
Conclusion: — From a compilation or “archival” standpoint, this set is great at showing how much the series has evolved and grown. From a pure enjoyment standpoint, the first two games drag down the overall experience, not through any fault of the developer, but by simply not having benefited from the...
Excerpt: If you've been living under a rock for the last decade, at least as far as the gaming industry is concerned, maybe you haven't heard of the powerhouse success that is the "Tomb Raider" franchise-or the compilation known as "The Tomb Raider Trilogy.
Excerpt: I had forgotten that the Uncharted series was unoriginal until I returned to Lara Croft’s temple-trekking trio of games in HD, The Tomb Raider Trilogy . Uncharted 2 ushered in high-polish, interactive set pieces combining climbing challenges and agile gunplay; Tomb Raider thought of it.
Excerpt: This new trend of combining older titles into one neat HD package is becoming commonplace and I, for one, support it. It is nice to return to these classic titles the same way you remember them.
Pros: + Three games, one disc, + Trophy Support, + HD visuals upgrades