Anyone remember these games? Why aren't they considered classics like Crash Bandicoot or Spyro the Dragon? I remember these games being just as good.
I remember renting tombs and it being one of my favorite games ever. It never achieved huge popularity because it was released in the golden age of the ps1' when there were a bajillion games available of every type. Tomb had an incredibly small print run, and almost no ad support. Critics loved it though. I think it was almost immediately selling on eBay for triple digits.
I love Tomba 1 and 2. I remember trying to figure out the secrets and hidden areas by myself before I knew gamefaqs was a thing.
@LOSTwoods said:Anyone remember these games? Why aren't they considered classics like Crash Bandicoot or Spyro the Dragon? I remember these games being just as good.
Wrong, they are better.
Ding ding ding, correct answer!
The only answer there can be.
I remember finishing the first game with little issue as a kid, took me a while sure but I did everything and found all the hidden items, leaf butterflies etc.
Went back to it a couple of years back and was literally confused as to where to even begin on half of the side quests. Modern games have made me soft man...little kid me would be hell of disappointed.
Also, totally worth of Classic status, as is Croc, Legend of the Gobbos