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Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil getting Digital Re-release

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Two of the best shooters (and two of my all-time personal favorite games) for the Nintendo 64, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and it's sequel Seeds of Evil, are finally getting digitally re-released, courtesy of Night Dive studios, who also ported System Shock 2 and put together the awesome Strife: Veteran Edition. Both games will be getting some graphical upgrades and other improvements. It will be available for PC from Steam, Humble Store, GOG, Greenman Gaming, and Night Dive's own site.

I'm stoked. I've been wanting this to happen for a long time, and was afraid it'd never happen with how much the Turok license gets tossed around (Seriously, Gold Key to Valiant to Acclaim to Dark Horse to Touchstone to Dynamite... Poor Turok, he's like a village bicycle).

UPDATE: Night Dive released a trailer yesterday, Dinosaur Hunter will be hitting Steam on the 17th with a new engine, better performance, graphics and gameplay, better/fixed level design, less distance fog, and Steam achievements. 

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Do we know what it will be released on, however, because I'd love for it to be on PC so I can convince friends that do not have Wii U and all to get it.

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Do we know what it will be released on, however, because I'd love for it to be on PC so I can convince friends that do not have Wii U and all to get it.

Seems like PC only so far.

EDIT: After getting an overwhelming number of requests, Night Dive is exploring the possibility of releasing this on Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Virtual Console as well.

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Update! Trailer and Steam release date!

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