Summary: There's no doubt that Turok can be fun, but ultimately, the feeling of satisfaction that comes with slitting a raptor's throat or pulling off a headshot with your bow is lost in the shuffle of swarming enemies, less than stellar visuals and a story that disappears.
Summary: Turok is a great game. But every game has its ups and its downs. Turok succeeds in the enemy's. Compared to Call of Duty's enemy's these guys are smart. They rock at killing you. Which brings me to a low point for the game. Difficulty.
Summary: Let me start off by saying I just took a shot in the dark on this one. I had never played the demo, and when I tried to find it on PSN a month ago it wasn't there. My curiosity didn't subside so I just went ahead and bought it. It was definitely worth it!
Summary: I will admit that I was disappointed that this wasn't like the good old days of Turok on the N64 but at the same time this game still managed to be fun and enjoyable (even if it's difficulty was located somewhere between merciless and 'go f**k yourself').
Summary: A very average FPS. The graphics are a bit dated by today's standards (foliage especially) but the game play is fun and fast paced. Though the checkpoint save method can be a pain and the enemy AI is as dumb as they come, the "3 Star" action film feel and ability to knife dinosaurs more than makes...
Summary: I really love this game since the first Turok in N64, the scenery is pretty OK but the graphics aren't so good, i think this game is for the real Turok lovers, because if you are one of those, you going to love it at first sight.