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We always check our comments to see what games you'd like to see
featured in Replay, and this week's selection is one that's been
requested many times. Turok: Dinosaur Hunter was released on February
28th of 1997, and was met with critical and commercial success. At this
early point in the Nintendo 64's life, games were scarce and shooters
even moreso. The 64-bit FPS crown was handed over to Goldeneye later
that year, but many gamers still have fond memories of raptor murder
and awkward platforming. Take a look at the newest edition of Replay
below to see how Turok has stood the test of time.
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Funny as **** replay.
This still is one of my all time favorites. Seeds of Evil was even better!
Played the crap out of this game. I always had a blast playing it slow motion mode.
Not enough videogames have dinosaurs these days.
You should play Turok 2 now. I remember reading the guide, and they were amazed by the AI in that game then. I wonder though...
I've never played this, but it seems to have the same feel as the original Unreal.
i wonder how different the reviews for turok would have been if it came out 1 month after goldeneye
Was this game even good?
I don't even remember the fog in all the N64 games ever bothering me back in the day. It's really annoying now, though.
Turok...wow, a whole flush of memories just came back to me at this moment in life.