Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now

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by BOR » Fri Mar 22, 2024 4:52 pm

I just like to explore and learn the controls. It just seems like the subtitles are glitch in the tutorial section, but the game does have it.

I will play it more later on.

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by Victor Mildew » Sat Mar 23, 2024 2:09 pm

Preezy wrote:This is now £18.74 on the PS store, until midnight on the 27th.


Bought. Bargain at that price even if it goes much lower later on.

Don't know when I'll actually get around to playing them though.

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by rinks » Sat Mar 23, 2024 2:48 pm

BOR wrote:I just like to explore and learn the controls. It just seems like the subtitles are glitch in the tutorial section, but the game does have it.

I will play it more later on.

That is shitty. But I'm fairly sure the audio cues are just the same as the original game, so if you could follow a YouTube video of the Mansion with subtitles, you wouldn't miss out. It's pretty short in TR1.

EDIT: Obviously you shouldn't have to do that, but it's probably preferable to waiting for them to fix it.

There's a video here where the subtitles were working. The relevant subs start at 10:30. Up to then, it's just the streamer guy commenting on things that have changed in the remaster.


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by Zilnad » Mon Apr 01, 2024 8:27 pm

Tomb Raider 3 is testing my patience now. Started London tonight and I'm considering dropping it. I'm sure I'll persevere but the level design in this one just feels a bit cruel and badly sign posted. Just felt relief after completing the South Pacific and it didn't feel great.

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by Victor Mildew » Wed Apr 03, 2024 7:05 pm

I started this a few days ago. Old game quirks aside, the first game holds up so well. Dripping in atmosphere. Just got to the cistern which is a GOAT level, really compact and memorable.

I was saying to my wife how groundbreaking it was at the time. Up until then I had a megadrive/cd/32x, and virtua racing aside my gaming was still in the sonic the hedgehog realm, so going from that to the first tomb raider game was mind blowing.

When the theme music randomly kicks in :wub:

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by BID0 » Thu Apr 04, 2024 8:42 am

I finished Cistern last night, it's my least fav level now :slol: I was trying to kill every enemy and it took multiple playthroughs because there's a Croc that seemingly only spawns if you do things in a certain order. I must have spent about 2-3 hours on that level the past week :evil: I guess it's that way in the original game, it's not something I've tried to do before playing this game.

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by Victor Mildew » Thu Apr 04, 2024 9:06 am

BID0 wrote:I finished Cistern last night, it's my least fav level now :slol: I was trying to kill every enemy and it took multiple playthroughs because there's a Croc that seemingly only spawns if you do things in a certain order. I must have spent about 2-3 hours on that level the past week :evil: I guess it's that way in the original game, it's not something I've tried to do before playing this game.


Do you know what, I retract my cistern love. I finished it this morning and the last section where you have to drop the water again and find a way back to the last silver key really pissed me off. Lots of animals just appearing on random ledges, and to top it off that guy just appearing in the key room and killing me off. I keep going to pause it to heal and pressing the graphics toggle instead, so I keep just seeing old lara getting shot. I also kept falling to my death. The main room is iconic, I'll give it that. Very strange ending space too.

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by Zilnad » Thu Apr 04, 2024 12:07 pm

Up to Antarctica on Tomb Raider 3 now. London was horrific. The level design is pretty bad in this one. Everything is just incoherent mazes with no real logical sign posting. It's infuriating.

The first level of London was so weird. I don't even know if I completed it correctly or if I managed to get somewhere I wasn't supposed to. It was horrible.

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by hamm sandwich » Thu Apr 04, 2024 8:20 pm

Victor Mildew wrote:I started this a few days ago. Old game quirks aside, the first game holds up so well. Dripping in atmosphere. Just got to the cistern which is a GOAT level, really compact and memorable.

I was saying to my wife how groundbreaking it was at the time. Up until then I had a megadrive/cd/32x, and virtua racing aside my gaming was still in the sonic the hedgehog realm, so going from that to the first tomb raider game was mind blowing.

When the theme music randomly kicks in :wub:


I can definitely relate to this, I was a Saturn gamer in the mid ‘90s and Tomb Raider represented a huge step forward from the late gen SNES stuff I was enjoying at the time like Killer Instinct and Yoshi’s Island. I remember playing through the game together with my brother but we got stuck at the Cistern level. We even traded in actual games at Electronics Boutique to get hold of the strategy guide for Tomb Raider. I have no memories of the last few levels (except that Ms Natla was a gooseberry fool boss) of that game as we kept referring to the guide which I regret.

I remember having a sleepover at a friend’s house at the time and he had the same game on his PlayStation. I remember telling him how much better it looked and ran on his console and how proud he was :lol:, smiling and nodding such was the console wars of the time.

I was very sad to find out that he was murdered during covid, brutally stabbed to death. This has nothing to do with Tomb Raider but it did make me sad and I remember that time fondly, like my own personal Stand By Me conclusion.

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by BOR » Fri Apr 05, 2024 11:29 am

I'm in Egypt now. (TR1)

Some secrets are bloody well hidden! I missed a few of them. :dread: :lol:

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by Fisher » Sat Apr 06, 2024 11:50 pm

jawa_ wrote:
Fisher wrote:
when it does get a sale i will get it.

Yeah, we'll have to keep our eyes open for a price-drop in the eShop, Fisher.


sale could come this month.

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by jawa_ » Sun Apr 07, 2024 10:53 am

Fisher wrote:sale could come this month.

It may do, Fisher, although this is quite a new game. Might have to wait a little while longer until you can go raiding.

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by Fisher » Sun Apr 07, 2024 11:58 pm

jawa_ wrote:
Fisher wrote:sale could come this month.

It may do, Fisher, although this is quite a new game. Might have to wait a little while longer until you can go raiding.


i wait a little while longer.

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by jawa_ » Mon Apr 08, 2024 7:51 am

Fisher wrote:i wait a little while longer.

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Hopefully you'll get to rush into tombs with your Switch in a month or two, Fisher :toot: .

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by Photek » Mon Apr 08, 2024 4:01 pm

Victor Mildew wrote:
BID0 wrote:I finished Cistern last night, it's my least fav level now :slol: I was trying to kill every enemy and it took multiple playthroughs because there's a Croc that seemingly only spawns if you do things in a certain order. I must have spent about 2-3 hours on that level the past week :evil: I guess it's that way in the original game, it's not something I've tried to do before playing this game.


Do you know what, I retract my cistern love. I finished it this morning and the last section where you have to drop the water again and find a way back to the last silver key really pissed me off. Lots of animals just appearing on random ledges, and to top it off that guy just appearing in the key room and killing me off. I keep going to pause it to heal and pressing the graphics toggle instead, so I keep just seeing old lara getting shot. I also kept falling to my death. The main room is iconic, I'll give it that. Very strange ending space too.


Just got to Cistern, was never a fan and I'm stumped already but only spent 10mins poking about.

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by BOR » Mon Apr 08, 2024 5:37 pm

Just got to Natla's Mines.

Those mutant monsters are annoying me. :x :lol:

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by Fisher » Mon Apr 08, 2024 11:58 pm

jawa_ wrote:
Fisher wrote:i wait a little while longer.

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Hopefully you'll get to rush into tombs with your Switch in a month or two, Fisher :toot: .


jawa i think sale price could be £18.

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by jawa_ » Tue Apr 09, 2024 8:56 am

Fisher wrote:jawa i think sale price could be £18.

Did you play the original versions of Tomb Raider on an older console, Fisher?

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by Fisher » Tue Apr 09, 2024 11:59 pm

jawa_ wrote:
Fisher wrote:jawa i think sale price could be £18.

Did you play the original versions of Tomb Raider on an older console, Fisher?


jawa i played some of first tomb raider game a long time ago never finish and i didn't played the others.

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PostRe: Tomb Raider I-III Remastered | NSW, PS5, Xbox, Steam | Out Now
by jawa_ » Wed Apr 10, 2024 7:50 am

Fisher wrote:jawa i played some of first tomb raider game a long time ago never finish and i didn't played the others.

Same here, Fisher! I liked the atmosphere of that first title; it felt mysterious. I dabbled a little with Tomb Raider Legend but not much. I'm thinking that the re-boot Tomb Raider may be a god place to jump in - that newer trilogy seemed to be pretty well-regarded.


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