Turok is a new high-octane experience ported from an older Nintendo 64 version .
AUTHOR James Huffman
The crisp game play is hindered by the overall package in which it’s implemented.
Simply a game that exists to provide a few hours of mild enjoyment.
The action just doesn’t get any better than these 10 winners of 2015.
There is too much content spread across a large game structure.
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