Limited Run Games has recently announced that it will be releasing a physical version of The Lara Croft Collection on the Nintendo Switch. This collection will include Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. Fans have been anticipating a physical release of Tomb Raider I-III Remastered on the Switch, but Limited Run Games has decided to go a different route with this particular package.

The physical release of The Lara Croft Collection will come in two editions – a standard edition priced at $39.99 and a collector’s edition priced at $89.99. The standard edition is estimated to ship in October, while the collector’s edition is slated for a November release. Pre-orders for both editions will go live on 10th May 2024. The collector’s edition will include a copy of the game, a special Trapezoid Box, acrylic standee, soundtrack, steelbook, and art prints.

Limited Run Games has been under fire recently due to a scandal involving the company shipping 3DO games on CD-Rs. In response to the backlash, the company claimed that it would “strive to do better” in the future. This scandal has raised concerns among fans about the quality and authenticity of Limited Run Games’ physical releases.

Review of The Lara Croft Collection

For those interested in learning more about The Lara Croft Collection, a review is available on Nintendo Life. In the review, the collection is described as a great double pack, highlighting the enjoyable gameplay and engaging narratives of both Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris. Fans of the Tomb Raider series may find this collection to be a worthwhile addition to their Nintendo Switch library.

The announcement of a physical release of The Lara Croft Collection on the Nintendo Switch has generated excitement among fans. While Limited Run Games’ recent scandal has raised concerns, the inclusion of two beloved Lara Croft titles in this collection may entice fans to make a purchase. Keep an eye out for pre-orders starting on 10th May 2024 and consider adding this unique collection to your gaming collection.

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