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! The first away from Acclaim, Turok has undergone a reboot of the story. This game unveils Turok's history with Wolfpack as he is now a member of Whiskey Company hunting down his former mentor to bring in for crimes.
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.
Summary: This game was a good effort, but it wasn't enough to turn things around for the Turok series. The first three on the Nintendo 64 (Turok, Turok 2, and Turok Rage Wars) had the absolute greatest settings. This game is linear, but feels average by today's market standards.
Summary: January 31, 2008 - In case you didn't notice, 2007 was the year of the first-person shooter. Halo 3, Call of Duty 4, BioShock and loads of other titles popped up at our local retailers and mercilessly beat our back accounts into comas. Sure, it was a good time, but it has left us a market flooded with shotguns, grenades and gamers hesitant to jump into another roaming battle. In short, a FPS in this first part of 2008 is going to have to have a hook to get some playtime.
Summary: Gone are the time-traveling aspects of the previous games, and in its stead is a sci-fi story that involves a ship crashing on an alien world inhabited by dinosaurs. Expected plot twists and plenty of mindless action.