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Turok: Dinosaur Hunter Member Review for the N64

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OK, here we go! Turok 1 is absolute perfection! Great graphics, awesome music that gets you pumped up with adrenaline each time (its got to be the drums level 3-8), great enemies, funny animation when they die, awesome bosses, game just gets better and better as you play on! Weapons are cool. Hummers and Long hunter is a brutal battle. T-Rex is an awe-inspiring sight. The last boss, anyone find him a little to hard? Well whatever, its all good.  I’ve played this game over a 100 times and I still get pumped up by the music and aura this game conveys. Beautiful game. To bad the other turoks are not like this one!

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