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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:00pm 26/02/08 | 6 Comments
The Turok name has been around for a lot longer than many might realise, but it is probably most memorable as two of the N64's great first-person shooter experiences.

Unfortunately Acclaim Games went into receivership leaving this once beloved franchise lost in limbo. Along came Touchstone Studios however, and an all-new reimagining of the series has surfaced as a result.

Does it live up to the Turok legacy though?

From our review:
"While this reimagining of the series has everything it needs to succeed, it unfortunately falls short in several ways, most notably due to its straight-up mundaneness and failure to branch beyond the staple FPS blueprint that really should have been thrown out years ago. The story sees the entire franchise transformed. You're no longer in a weird lost land hunting dinosaurs solo, now you're a turn-coat soldier aboard a ship on its way to a planet to put an end to tyranny..."
For our complete in-depth review and verdict on where this game stands as the new Turok on the block click here.

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Posted 02:20pm 26/2/08
played it the other day on x360... its so very s***
Posted 02:33pm 26/2/08
Even though they spawn behind you after you've cleared the way.

Nothing beats Turok 2: Seeds of Evil and the Cereberal Bore.

I played Turok 3 (That one after 2). It just seemed they'd lost the plot.
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