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Turok Previews - PC

Turok
Game Description:Turok is a first-person shooter set on a dark, mysterious planet in the future. Players take on the role of Joseph Turok, a former black ops commando, now part of an elite special forces squad, known as Whiskey Company, which is on a mission to take down a war criminal - Turok's former mentor, Roland Kane. Set on a planet inhabited by Kane and his Mendel-Gruman Corporation soldiers, Turok must use his elite military training to elude Kane's well-trained army and the ravenous, unpredictable dinosaurs, huge insects and other massive creatures that populate the environment.
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    Turok Trailer

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    Here's a trailer for the upcoming Turok.

    Posted: Jan 29, 2008 | 3,010 Views | 00:39 | 5 Comments


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    Turok Demo

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    Josh Holmes of Propaganda Games visits X-Play to give Adam a first look at Turok for the 360

    Posted: Dec 18, 2007 | 3,097 Views | 02:21 | 3 Comments


  • G-Phoria 08: Game Most Deserving of an Uwe Boll Movie

    Posted: August 7, 2008

    4,953 Views | 01:38 | 2 Comments

  • Game Most Deserving An Uwe Boll Movie

    Posted: July 23, 2008

    1,313 Views | 00:42 | 9 Comments

  • Turok: Elevator Level

    Posted: February 27, 2008

    4,559 Views | 01:50 | 3 Comments

  • Turok Trailer

    Posted: January 29, 2008

    3,010 Views | 00:39 | 5 Comments

  • Turok Demo

    Posted: December 18, 2007

    3,097 Views | 02:21 | 3 Comments

 


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