“Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Remastered” is now coming to PC and consoles on November 30th, 2023

"Today, Nightdive Studios announced a minor release date delay for "Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion". The final chapter in the remastered Turok trilogy will now be released on November 30, 2023, on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4|5, Xbox One and Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch." - Nightdive Studios.

Nitode160d ago

Would be Nice if they made a high quality turok 4. This series have alot of potential in the modern gaming.

northpaws160d ago

Lazy remaster, the graphic is too old to just make a higher resolution one and call it a day.

Redgrave160d ago

Actually, as this only existed on N64 with no proper PC port, a whole lot more work went into this than it seems on the surface.

Becuzisaid160d ago

Apparently it was not Turok 3 that I played back in the day. I have no memory of this game. I feel like I played one on maybe ps2? Maybe had arrows that made enemies puke? Anybody?

sulo160d ago

it was called Turok Evolution loved that one as well


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mastershredder137d ago

"How it holds up". I love this, like it's not going to run or drop something as it moves. This is like the idiot that runs games thought every emulator update and comments on the performance changes that did not change.

This remaster looks like soup in uhd. It's really bad and a lazy "remaster". If you HAD to play it this way, go for it, the Turok series were fun, otherwise find a N64. There is something about playing original n64 games on that system and controller that does not cross over. This remaster is more like a 5 or 6. It's piss-poor.