Turok 3: Shadows of Oblivion Remastered (PC) Review - CGMagazine

Turok 3: Shadows of Oblivion Remastered is fine enough, but lacks the updates and charm of its predecessors.

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Redgrave90d ago

The fact that this had no native PC port to work off of and had to be converted from N64 completely is a fact I feel is both overlooked and misunderstood regarding the effort involved....

But at the same time, Doom 64 follows the same rules and was given a much better treatment than this. Still, better to have it than not at all.


Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Remastered Review | TheXboxHub

Review - If you like Turok and want to finish the trilogy, then Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Remastered is the only game in town.

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Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Review - Turok Touch Up Completed | COGconnected

Nightdive’s excellent work aside, this is a remaster of a OK game. This is the best version of Turok 3 possible.

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Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Remaster Review – A Faithful Remaster | GB

Nightdive Studios’ work on the remaster of Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion wraps up the original trilogy, and here’s how the 20 plus year-old game holds up today.

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mastershredder86d 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.