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Submitted by s8anicslayer 515d ago | article

The Making Of: Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

Can dinosaurs save Acclaim?” asked Business Week in March 1997. It was a fair question. The previous year, the videogame publisher based in Glen Cove, New York had begun to struggle. Its share price dipped 76 per cent and Wall Street was shouting “sell, sell, sell”. Then came that year’s E3 in Atlanta. (Culture, Retro, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter)

Fireseed  +   515d ago
HOLY CRAP!!! I loved this game as a kid! First video game I ever played and beat by myself :)
bullymangLer  +   515d ago
Imagine Nintendo Re-Imagines this like they did WindWaker .

Turok puts master Chief to shame
Fireseed  +   515d ago
Damn right! Remember getting the 100 triangle pieces... "I AM TUROK!!!"
ZeekQuattro  +   515d ago
Almost makes me want to hook up my N64. I played the hell out of the original Turok as I was a big dinosaur fan at the time. Never played the sequels for what ever reason but I remember loving the 1st one.

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