Tomb Raider Sale (Steam) @ Gamersgate From 50p (Tomb Raider: Legend £1.24 / Tomb Raider: Underworld £1.74) - HotUKDeals
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Tomb Raider £3.75
Tomb Raider: Survival Edition £5
Tomb Raider GOTY £6.25
Tomb of The Adventurer DLC 50p
Tomb Raider: 1939 Multiplayer Map Pack 62p
Shanty Town DLC 50p
Tomb Raider I £1.25
Tomb Raider II £1.24
Tomb Raider III £1.24
Tomb Raider IV: The Last Revelation £1.24
Tomb Raider V: Chronicles £1.24
Tomb Raider VI: The Angel of Darkness £1.24
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#1
Love tombraider, great find op, heat on :)
#2
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!
#3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).
#4
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you
#5
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you

Its not perfect but Steam has Big Picture Mode that makes it useable with a controller and if you have two system (Main PC and second PC/laptop/Windows tablet) you can stream the games from the more powerful system to the other one. I've done that with a seven year old PC plugged into the TV with the big PC in the bedroom. I then get to play my PC games while sat on the couch without having to worry about the hardware underperforming.
#6
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you

Its not perfect but Steam has Big Picture Mode that makes it useable with a controller and if you have two system (Main PC and second PC/laptop/Windows tablet) you can stream the games from the more powerful system to the other one. I've done that with a seven year old PC plugged into the TV with the big PC in the bedroom. I then get to play my PC games while sat on the couch without having to worry about the hardware underperforming.

Its just affording the decent hardware in the first place! haha
#7
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you

Its not perfect but Steam has Big Picture Mode that makes it useable with a controller and if you have two system (Main PC and second PC/laptop/Windows tablet) you can stream the games from the more powerful system to the other one. I've done that with a seven year old PC plugged into the TV with the big PC in the bedroom. I then get to play my PC games while sat on the couch without having to worry about the hardware underperforming.

Its just affording the decent hardware in the first place! haha

Well the good news is that PC's realistically peaked years ago. Of course you'll still get games that need graphic cards more expensive than a car but I'm still using a graphics card I bought five years ago for about £120 brand new and I'm happily playing games in 1080p that look and run better than they do on my xbox360 and PS3.
#8
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you

Its not perfect but Steam has Big Picture Mode that makes it useable with a controller and if you have two system (Main PC and second PC/laptop/Windows tablet) you can stream the games from the more powerful system to the other one. I've done that with a seven year old PC plugged into the TV with the big PC in the bedroom. I then get to play my PC games while sat on the couch without having to worry about the hardware underperforming.

Its just affording the decent hardware in the first place! haha

Well the good news is that PC's realistically peaked years ago. Of course you'll still get games that need graphic cards more expensive than a car but I'm still using a graphics card I bought five years ago for about £120 brand new and I'm happily playing games in 1080p that look and run better than they do on my xbox360 and PS3.

whats it like in comparison to the one and 4? I may have to look into investing in a decent gaming PC, if I'm going to get one it will have to be a decent one! no point going half hearted!
#9
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you

Its not perfect but Steam has Big Picture Mode that makes it useable with a controller and if you have two system (Main PC and second PC/laptop/Windows tablet) you can stream the games from the more powerful system to the other one. I've done that with a seven year old PC plugged into the TV with the big PC in the bedroom. I then get to play my PC games while sat on the couch without having to worry about the hardware underperforming.

Its just affording the decent hardware in the first place! haha

Well the good news is that PC's realistically peaked years ago. Of course you'll still get games that need graphic cards more expensive than a car but I'm still using a graphics card I bought five years ago for about £120 brand new and I'm happily playing games in 1080p that look and run better than they do on my xbox360 and PS3.

whats it like in comparison to the one and 4? I may have to look into investing in a decent gaming PC, if I'm going to get one it will have to be a decent one! no point going half hearted!

You'll need to spend more to get better graphics, but games are cheaper and the graphics can go a lot higher.

It's a sliding scale, and you get what you pay for. But if you're thinking of getting a gaming PC on a low budget, don't bother. Keep saving.
#10
hammeredpizza
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
Mattevansc3
streety21
heat added for classic games but not sure I'm any good at pc gaming!

Most PC games that were also released on consoles come with gamepad support so will play the same as if it was on a console. With Steam the gamepage will show a controller in white if its 100% playable with a gamepad and a half coloured controller if its got partial support (game can be played with the controller but needs a mouse and keyboard to change the settings first).

this could make my gaming a lot easier and cheaper!! thank you

Its not perfect but Steam has Big Picture Mode that makes it useable with a controller and if you have two system (Main PC and second PC/laptop/Windows tablet) you can stream the games from the more powerful system to the other one. I've done that with a seven year old PC plugged into the TV with the big PC in the bedroom. I then get to play my PC games while sat on the couch without having to worry about the hardware underperforming.

Its just affording the decent hardware in the first place! haha

Well the good news is that PC's realistically peaked years ago. Of course you'll still get games that need graphic cards more expensive than a car but I'm still using a graphics card I bought five years ago for about £120 brand new and I'm happily playing games in 1080p that look and run better than they do on my xbox360 and PS3.

whats it like in comparison to the one and 4? I may have to look into investing in a decent gaming PC, if I'm going to get one it will have to be a decent one! no point going half hearted!

You'll need to spend more to get better graphics, but games are cheaper and the graphics can go a lot higher.

It's a sliding scale, and you get what you pay for. But if you're thinking of getting a gaming PC on a low budget, don't bother. Keep saving.

Thank you for the advice! I will have to start looking next year
#11
Bought £15 worth of stuff :-)
#12
yet another dangerous sale!! :)
#13
HOT!
#14
Just built a gaming rig spent 600 but you get it back as games are way cheaper
#15
As the page has mysteriously disappeared off of Hotukdeals without a trace, I'd like to say that I bought Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris from Gamersgate for £6.99 which was probably a misprice. However they have handled it in a pretty evil way. Without letting any of the customers know, they made this happen on Steam:

"A Steam Product code you activated has been removed from your account."

and when you go to the order page on the site it says 'Cancelled' however they haven't issued a refund. From the reaction on Twitter and Facebook seems like they've done this to everyone. So I'd consider not buying anything from them in the future if I were you.

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