Going Postal Feb 17 @ 12:37pm
Physical copy of the game
I bought a physical copy of the game, but there's no CD key in the box so I can't add the game on my steam account as well. Why god dammit?
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Samael Feb 17 @ 12:47pm 
How do you expect to add it wihtout the key?
Also, an physical copy not having a key sounds fishy. Are you sure it's original?
Going Postal Feb 17 @ 12:57pm 
Yes, original copy of the game from an authorized retailer. It comes with the DVD and everything, it didn't requier any cd-key to be imput at the begining of the installation, but does requier the dvd to be inserted in order to play. I'll be glad if someone with a physical copy share his experience
stevefreiman Feb 17 @ 3:18pm 
These are the retail/digital CD keys accepted by Steam for registration:

https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=7480-WUSF-3601

No TR: Underworld on that list and without keys even, doesn't look promising.
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Stop Making Cents Mar 27 @ 2:10pm 
Hell even the Steam version doesnt use Steam. So the retail version sure as shit isn't.
kinnsy Mar 29 @ 6:05pm 
I have every Tomb Raider retail on disc except Angel of Darkness and the latest. None of them use a CD key.
shadowflash Mar 30 @ 6:23am 
Originally posted by Stop Making Cents:
Hell even the Steam version doesnt use Steam. So the retail version sure as shit isn't.
60-70% of older single player games on Steam are just DRM free copies without steamworks which means two things, good (DRM free part which will make sailors or other laptop users without good internet access happy) and bad - no achievements, no Steam cloud, so be extra careful before uninstalling as many older titles store saved games in game directory.
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