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    First person shooters Turok and Turok 2 received the Xbox One port treatment from Nightdive Studios. Here's our review of how the titles look, sound, and play.
    Back before campaign shooters dabbled in multiplayer or cinematic storytelling, the main design goal for them was to create endlessly replayable experiences that were satisfying and fun. Such was the case for classics like GoldenEye and DOOM, and the Turok series was no exception.
    Released in 1997 on the Nintendo 64 (with Turok 2 releasing shortly after) Turok was, for many of today's gamers, an introduction to the shooter genre. And while the series eventually fizzled out in popularity, the dedicated team from Nightdive Studios vowed to bring Turok and its sequel to current platforms so that gamers, both old and new, could play them. The result is a nostalgic blast from the past that shows us the roots of the modern games we play today.

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    03-03-2018 08:10 AM

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