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The Tomb Raider Trilogy is HD remastered version of the main games from the Legend Timeline. It is only available on PlayStation 3.

Worth mentioning that the Xbox 360 exclusive expansions for the Tomb Raider: Underworld are not in this version.


Main Articles:Tomb Raider: Legend, Tomb Raider: Anniversary and Tomb Raider: Underworld.

NOTE: Events are told in chronological order.

As a child Lara Croft and her mother Amelia are in a plane crash in the Himalayas. They seek refuge in a nearby temple, which houses an ornate stone dais. Lara sees a sword sticking out of one of the pillars and pushes it, suddenly a bright light appears. Amelia gets her daughter out of the way, and begins speaking with someone or something on the other side of the portal, which demands she pull out the sword or her daughter will be killed, fearing for her daughter's safety, Amelia withdraws the sword, and vanishes with the light. Alone, Lara manages to reach civilization, and call her father, Lord Richard Croft. The disappearance of his wife leads to him becoming obsessed with finding out what happened to her, and becoming overly protective of his daughter. He looks into many different myths to try , including that of the Scion of Atlantis, and the Norse Underworld.

Years later, Croft disappears. Leaving Lara once again alone, though with no body recovered Lara is thrust into a legal battle with her living relatives for control of the Croft estate, which she eventually wins, and is estranged from what family she has left.

Lara continues in her father's footsteps, and becomes an archaeologist, and becomes a famous adventurer with celebrity status. Lara's success catches the eye of Jacqueline Natla, who sends Larson Conway, to deliver a message, commissioning her to find the Scion of Atlantis, which she knew Lara would find stimulating, and that she had a personal stake, knowing that her father had also sought the Scion.

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Bonus Content

Bonus content includes trophy support, a XrossMedia Bar theme pack, and Lara Croft and Viking Thrall avatars for use in PlayStation Home. There are also developer diary videos for each game.

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