Lara Croft is heading to Nintendo’s hybrid handheld with the Tomb Raider Remastered Edition dropping on February 14th!
That seems like a fantastic Valentines present to buy for yourself, right?
This marks the first time that Lara has been on the Switch officially, and she’s coming back with the first three Tomb Raider games remastered with glorious new graphics!
Here’s everything we’ve seen from the new Nintendo Direct!
Tomb Raider I, II, & III Coming To Nintendo Switch!
Just like we’ve seen from Crash Bandicoot and Spyro updated and remastered trilogy, the Tomb Raider Remastered Edition brings Lara’s PS1 and PS2 adventures to modern gamers with slick new graphics that look super smooth compared to the polygonal graphics of Sony’s early days,
Still, if you’re really feeling nostalgic, then you can switch between the old and new looks at will!
Lara’s world looks stunning on the switch, with so many new features standing out that we missed the first time around!
The game is going to stick to the original as closely as possible for those nostalgic feels, especially as the direct called this trilogy a ‘faithful remaster’.
It will have all of the secret levels and add-ons as standard, however, so some could say it’s the ultimate Tomb Raider collection!
Closer Look At Tomb Raider Remastered Graphics
Lara Croft was always a bad-ass hero, and now her original games look superb. Just look at Lara’s new surroundings on the right compared how they looked back in the day.
Heck, they almost look like new games!
If you’ve watched the direct, then you’ll know all of the games have received this similar treatment, and every climb and swan dive looks so much better than we could have ever imagined.
Tomb Raider Remastered Edition comes out on February 14th!
Check out our list of the best Tomb Raider games to keep you occupied until the collection comes out!
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Seb Santabarbara has bought every Nintendo console that has ever been released in his 33 years on Planet Earth. His favourite game franchise is Zelda, and he’s patiently waiting for Banjo-Kazooie to come back to the fold. When he’s not playing games, he’s travelling the world in his self-converted camper van.