The Turok series has had something of a tumultuous history. Once held up by Nintendo fans as an N64 headliner, the Turok games steadily declined in quality, with Turok Evolution seemingly putting the final nail in the coffin. That, obviously enough, wasn't to be the end of the story. Buena Vista Games picked up the license and put Propaganda Games to work on a new instalment. From what we've seen this is shaping up to be the game Turok fans have been craving, with lush Unreal Engine 3-powered environments, some seriously massive prehistoric predators, and an emphasis on believable AI that makes the world of the game feel like a living, breathing ecosystem. Perhaps the most exciting aspect of the game, however, is the fact that the player is an interloper in this primeval world, on the tail of a war criminal named Kane. Dinosaurs are both a threat to the player and a tool in your arsenal that can help you gain the upper hand in the fight against Kane and his troops. To get the low-down on how the game is progressing, IGN caught up with Josh Holmes, the VP at Propaganda.