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Posted 23 June 2023

The Lara Croft Collection (Nintendo Switch) - £19.99 @ Nintendo eShop

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Leap into the fast-paced arcade combat and puzzle-packed platforming of two outstanding adventures for tomb raiders of all abilities; enjoyably easy to pick up, rewardingly difficult to master.Penetrate dense jungles and navigate elaborate Aztec ruins in Lara Croft & the Guardian of Light, and investigate the cursed tombs of ancient pharaohs in Lara Croft & the Temple of Osiris. Blast through hordes of supernatural foes, overcome intricate Challenge Tombs, beat high scores, and equip yourself with a massive arsenal of unlockable weapons, equipment, and magical artifacts.TWO ACTION-PACKED ADVENTURES IN ONERace against time in Guardian of Light to unlock the secrets of the Mirror of Smoke and imprison Xolotl, the Aztec god of lightning and death, before he can plunge the world into eternal darkness.And in Temple of Osiris, battle through Ancient Egyptian burial tombs to reunite the Fragments of Osiris and prevent Set, god of evil, from enslaving all of humanity.FAST-PACED ARCADE COMBATPit yourself against relentless hordes and massive mythical bosses in trap-filled arenas, staying on the move to avoid attacks while putting your selected arsenal to best use.AN ARSENAL AT YOUR DISPOSALExpand your loadout by unlocking awesome weapons, stat-boosting artifacts and power-enhancing amulets. Experiment with different combinations to suit your playstyle.REWARDING PUZZLESSolve fiendish environmental puzzles, and decode the ingeniously designed Challenge Tombs to unlock bonus rewards.2-4 PLAYER LOCAL CO-OPTeam up with a friend — or two or three — to take down waves of enemies, tackle tombs and compete for treasure, artifacts, and bragging rights.

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  • Released: June 29, 2023
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Puzzle
  • Number of players: Offline: 1 - 4
  • Developer: Feral Interactive
  • Publisher: Feral Interactive
  • Download size: 6.671 GB
  • Metacritic: 74
  • OpenCritic: 78
  • PEGI Rating: 12
  • Play modes: TV, Tabletop, Handheld
  • Languages: Japanese, Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian

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  1. james02's avatar
    So for example Doom is around £3 in Argentina, does that work the same way - its around £12 here. So switch to Argentina buy and switch back as it is in English as well
    pirate1's avatar
    Outside of Nintendo of Europe is different, payment methods are more complex as you need to buy eShop credit. Argentina is practically impossible to buy from. US and Japan are possible but better in those cases to open new accounts in those regions and you'll need to buy eShop credit as UK payment methods don't work
  2. james02's avatar
    Is this easy to do with a UK account?
  3. Gavin5001's avatar
    Aww it’s the crap ones
    james02's avatar
    Why crap? Is it not worth it?
  4. hoov's avatar
    20 quid for 2 pretty much mobile level games. What a waste of a release. At the very least the Tomb Raider reboot from around 2013 should of been doable.
    EugeneVictorTooms's avatar
    Would have preferred to see the original trilogy with modernised controls, at 4K resolution/textures with some modern lighting, 60FPS.

    … someone call Nightdive!
  5. pb-live's avatar
    The two isometric games rather than the full blown 3D ones but they’re still good games.
  6. james02's avatar
    How long are they would you say and are they fairly easy?
  7. james02's avatar
    Says its in english and instead.of £26 its around £6??

    For doom and doom eternal that is (edited)
  8. james02's avatar
    So could you even buy one of the gift cards which will save you money and then spend them on say south africa region and sa e e en more?

    *save even (edited)
    pirate1's avatar
    Potentially yes, but you'd need to find a reputable place to buy South African eShop credit from (edited)
  9. Fraser_Holloway's avatar
    For couch co-op these games are great, I played The Temple of Osiris with 3 friends and the way that the levels adapt their puzzles to involve all the players is really cool. I wouldn't bother getting them for single player though.

    The non-switch version is a dual-stick shooter, I'm not sure if you'll need a set of 2 joy cons for every player which is something to bear in mind for co-op.
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