Next-Gen Turok Preview

From CVG : "We loved the original Turok: Dinosaur Hunter on N64. So as an Xbox launch title back in 2002, we couldn't wait to stick it on and experience next-gen gaming for the first time. Everyone gathered around the screen in anticipation as the first tribal enemy came rushing out of the thick, blue fog. We pulled out the shotgun and blasted him; blood squirted out his neck and he staggered to the ground in a rag-doll style. It was truly amazing.

Unfortunately, the shine has since gone off the Turok series - Acclaim drove it into the ground with its dodgy sequels. Now Buena Vista Games has picked up the licence, it looks like it's giving the character a complete makeover and taking the series in a whole new direction."

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Cyclonus6534d ago

If Lara Croft can make a comeback, ANYTHING is possible.

But its going to take one hell of a game to wash the stink that was Tobias Bruckner off the franchise....

PS360PCROCKS6534d ago

N64 Version was so much fun, this is good news and those screenshots look great no matter what but espescially considering the fact the game is in very early development considering this is the first announcement.

Mikey_Gee6534d ago

I NEVER did play a Turok game, so I will keep an eye out for this one.

Legionaire20056534d ago

Streets of Rage,Bloodwake(Xbox), Crimson Skies,Power Stone,Killer Instincts,Jet Force Gemini,Duke Nukem, and many more. The games that came back was Perfect Dark, Tomb Raider, soon to be Turok and Golden Axe.


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