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Old 23-03-20, 16:54   #21
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TR 1-6 on PC

The rest on consoles.

I can't imagine plying the first 5 games on PS1. They were already hard on pc with a save allowed anywhere. talk about having specified save points on the PS, a nightmare in difficulty.
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Old 23-03-20, 21:59   #22
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AOD on PC.

Tomb raider 1,2 and 3 also on PC.

Kinda indifferent to most other games, but 1,2 and 3 have expansions unqiue to PC while 3 has an awful save system on PS.

AOD on PC because I honestly prefer the Tank Controls, you can get duals without having to track down a gameshark/cheat disc and you can fix most of the errors with some quick and easy drag and drop mods.
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Old 24-03-20, 17:05   #23
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I would say 1-6 on PC. Legend and Underworld on 360. Hmm, Anni on PS2. Reboot series umm on PC or PS4.
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Old 24-03-20, 17:18   #24
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There's a nostalgia factor I get when playing the Classics on PS, but it's not my preferred way. I feel much more in control of the controls with the PC.

AoD I prefer on PC since I feel more in control there too.

For LAU and Reboot trilogies I think I prefer consoles but I can't really explain why.

Any new TR I play I prefer to experience on consoles, preferably PlayStation, so I can view it on my TV and get the most reliable experience (given my PC's capabilities that I don't want to have to fiddle with).
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