As such, they're full of performance issues and are, well, just not all that fun to play.
In celebration of the upcoming release of the latest Tomb Raider film, Realtech VR is releasing the first three classic Tomb Raider games on Steam. Realtech VR announced with a tweet that they will be handling the remastered versions of the games.
While technically the Tomb Raider games they are updating are free, it requires the purchase of the original DOS version.
The games are available on Steam as DOS ports of the original games which run on an emulator.
Realtech VR was founded in 2008 and has largely worked on games for iOS, although its website says that its team has experience in PC development. There is no release date set for the games yet. In other words, think of these remasters as ZDoom which can play all Doom games.
Tomb Raider when it released was one of the first third person action adventure game, and has since been hailed as a revolutionary game.
Furthermore, these remasters properly support Xbox 360/One controllers, include the Unfinished Business & The Golden Mask DLC packs, and come with numerous bug fixes.
The port is relying on Steam because we won't provide game data. It has already finished the first two games and is now working on Tomb Raider 3.
This past December, Square Enix teased that a new AAA Tomb Raider game will be revealed at a major event this year, and rumor has it the new game will reportedly be called Shadow of the Tomb Raider. As always, stay tuned for anything gaming-related!