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Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (2015 Remaster)

Rating Summary

Based on 28 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

50%

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Game Information

Available on:PCDec 18, 2015

Developer: Iguana Entertainment

Publisher: Night Dive Studios

Genres: Action, First-Person Shooter

Turok is back and no dinosaur is safe! When it was first released in 1997, Turok introduced gamers to a world teeming with cunning enemies, traps, puzzles and deadly weapons all within a vast 3D environment ready to explore. Now the classic game has been restored and enhanced with a new visual engine and exciting new features to sink your teeth into!

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Metro GameCentral

5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Turok may have been state-of-the-art in 1997 but today both its graphics and its gameplay feel virtually prehistoric.

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Destructoid

6.5 / 10.0
Jed Whitaker

While the ten-year-old inside of me would like to pretend that Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is perfect and the best shooter of all time, I have to admit it isn't and this version isn't anything special. If you're looking to relive a retro experience with slightly better draw distance, a solid 60fps framerate, and a far superior control system then by all means pick this up. If you're more accustomed to the modern day FPS, it's best to leave this one buried in the past.

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IGN Italy

7.2 / 10.0
IGN Italy

As a remaster Iguana Games could do a lot better and the price will not please everyone, but Turok is always Turok and a good and fun travel back in time is always welcome.

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Attack of the Fanboy

Attack of the Fanboy

Despite the fact that Turok doesn't gel with the standards of today's first-person shooters, it nonetheless serves as a great nostalgia trip with retro gameplay that is delightfully old-school.

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