Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered review

    Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered review

    Lara Croft may need no introduction, but her first three artefact-swiping, wildlife-bothering, lever-pulling adventures were in real danger of becoming exactly the sort of forgotten relics she hunts for. Tomb Raider Remastered hauls this trio of excellent action-adventure-puzzle hybrids and their original expansions—foundational examples of a style of adventure game we’re still enjoying today—back into action. This is the definitive version of these games, feeling both 25+ years old and also brand new at the same time.

    Need to know

    What is it? Three legendary action-adventure games given a loving makeover
    Expect to pay £24.99 / $29.99
    Developer Aspyr, Crystal Dynamics
    Publisher Aspyr
    Reviewed on Intel i9-13900HX, GeForce RTX 4080 (laptop), 16GB RAM
    Multiplayer? No
    Steam Deck Verified
    Link: Steam 

    Tomb Raider Remastered runs fantastically: Whether played on PC or Steam Deck, it scales to whatever my current display’s maximum resolution is without effort or fuss. No matter how long I played or how many times I jumped between games, saves, or hardware, it never did anything other than work exactly as intended.