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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:24pm 17/03/17 | 3 Comments
Turok is back, in remaster form with the release of Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for PC. For those that remember their late '90s shooters, Turok 2 is the one with the cool explodey bow and a weapon called the Cerebral Bore that shot little flying metal balls that then proceeded to drill into the skulls of Turok's enemies -- the Dino Men! Yeah, simpler times. A flagship release for the N64, it also got a PC version back in 1998.

Now, we remember playing the N64 version which included a high-res mode thanks to the system's 4MB expansion pack, which bumped up the resolution to 640x480. But that came at a cost of a frame-rate somewhere in the teens. Coming from Nightdive Studios this remaster looks and feels very much like the original game but with a fancy new HD presentation that includes some minor improvements to the lighting and other effects. Plus, the added bonus of running at a rock solid frame-rate.

Check it out.



Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is available to purchase at GOG.com and via Steam.



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Latest Comments
Spook
Posted 07:19pm 17/3/17
yer, i loved turok back on the n64!

i remember reading a turok comic years and years ago at my grandmothers house, in like the 80s
breno
Posted 07:26pm 17/3/17
Turok 2 was the first game I played on my TNT2 with Stereoscopic glasses :0)
BladeRunner
Posted 06:59am 19/3/17
I played a lot of this on the N64 at my friends place. Dat River of Souls doe.
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