|Game Name||Tomb Raider [Greatest Hits]|
|Genre||Action, Adventure, Platformer 3D|
Tomb Raider [Greatest Hits] is a Action/Adventure/Platformer 3D video game published by Eidos Interactive released on September 23, 1998 for the Sony PlayStation.
Tomb Raider Greatest Hits Versions Differences:
- Tomb Raider (USA) (v1.2) (Track 01).bin CRC = 33E54465
Includes playable demos of: Tomb Raider II and Fighting Force.
- Tomb Raider (USA) (v1.3) (Track 01).bin CRC = 1DAAF611
Includes playable demos of: Tomb Raider II and Ninja: Shadow of Darkness.
- Tomb Raider (USA) (v1.4) (Track 01).bin CRC = 33810610
Includes playable demos of: Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko and Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver.
- Tomb Raider (USA) (v1.5) (Track 01).bin CRC = A6313F38
Includes playable demos of: Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko, Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver and Tomb Rader III. Also includes videos of: Fear Factor and Fighting Force 2.
- Tomb Raider (USA) (v1.6) (Track 01).bin CRC = 93F4F732
Includes Videos of: Chicken Run and Time Splitters.
Ok, so this is every Tomb Raider (Greatest Hits) released. Redump verified versions. This game has a lot of audio tracks so that means a bunch of .bin files. If you are playing on emulator don’t even bother just open the cue file to play.
If for some reason you need to have a single bin you can do that by mounting the .cue with daemon tools and using imgburn to create a single bin/cue set.
What to do with multiple .bin "Track" files?
Tomb Raider [Greatest Hits] (USA) PSX ISO Download: