Gamers who are into sci-fi have been looking forward to the release of Turok â€“ and why not? This game promises to present the best of both worlds. If you have not bought your copy yet, here is the dish â€“ according to various sources all over the Web â€“ to help you decide whether or not you should go ahead and shell out some dough for this game.
Turok has versions for both the Xbox360 and the PS3, so if you have either of these two gaming consoles, the option of purchasing Turok for your system is open. However, what I have been reading up on Turok does not seem to be so good. Ever reliable Gamespot gave it a rating of 7 over 10 â€“ that does not bode good news at all.
They do highlight some good points such as battling with dinosaurs (fun, fun, fun!), a great voice cast, and getting to kill a T-rex with a knife (yeah, we all have had that fantasy). However, the bad points are a bit weighty:
â€¢ Set-piece battles go on for far too long
â€¢ Few checkpoint saves add to frustration
â€¢ Human opponents aren’t dinosaurs.
It seems that Gamespot is not the only one who is showing disappointment in the game. Take Tom Orryâ€™s review in Videogamer, for example. He gave the game a sad 5 out of 10. He even called Turok an â€œaging franchiseâ€!
I am sorry to say that Turok may not be the game that you want to buy next. Then again, you may want to find out for yourself â€“ and why not, if you have the extra cash to spare?