Legacy and Underworld challenging but fun, Anniversary pure Hell
James Bellane, Amazon
22 July 2014
Summary: Legacy and Underworld were hard, but fun. Anniversary must have been designed by someone in Hell. I spent days with T-Rex, retractable walls, collapsing towers, impossible Centaurs, horrible "wall walks", grapples that never worked, puzzles that never worked even when they were supposed to and every...
Really 3.5 stars - Great game but has some issuses
Peter Guion, Amazon
27 March 2014
Summary: The games themselves are great. Loved playing them, the puzzles were challenging enough without being frustrating, too simple, or repetitive. Definitely worth getting and playing. Don't be dissuaded by my lengthy complaints below. I'd still play this again if I knew of these problems ahead of time.
Summary: It is nice to be able to go back and play these three Tomb Raider games on my PS3 instead of on my PC back in the day. The controls are a lot better than the PC, but they are not perfect. Since the games just had minor updates to make them compatible with the PS3, many of the old bugs still exist.
Summary: Tomb Raider Legend So Lara returned after a rather horrific detour in Angel of Darkness which not only managed to highlight all of the problems that had been plaguing the series sequel after sequel yet proved once and for all that despite prettier graphics Lara's gameplay had to change...and fast.
Summary: Well for each game in the set I would give 8 to 8.5 if I played them back in those days when they were released. I loved the set. I liked the story. Not epic but the puzzles where fun. Hated the Camera battles.