Turok Coming to Nintendo Switch in March


Here’s a shock. It appears that Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is coming to the Nintendo Switch later this month.

Developer Nightdive Studios (the studio behind the upcoming System Shock remake) had beforehand prompt that they might be thinking about bringing Turok to the Nintendo Switch. At the time, no person put a lot inventory into the statements. Actually, most individuals simply guessed that they have been casually wishing for his or her sport to come back to the Switch the way in which that so many people want for video games to come back to the Nintendo Switch.

That all modified at present, although, when Nightdive’s remastered model of Turok appeared on Nintendo’s web site. According to that web site, this port of the sport will price $19.99 and is about to be launched on March 18. There’s no phrase concerning whether or not or not the remastered model of Turok 2 may even be ported to the Nintendo Switch, nevertheless it appears logical that one would possibly observe the opposite.

It’s solely proper that Turok return to a Nintendo console. The authentic model of the sport was launched for the N64 not lengthy after the console’s debut. While most N64 players would spend most of that 12 months taking part in Goldeneye 007, Turok did beat that revolutionary first-person shooter to the punch and confirmed players in all places that the N64’s know-how was able to supporting a first-person shooter that was at the least comporable to the revolutionary PC titles of the time.

As for the way Turok has aged through the years…effectively, that is up for debate. The sport’s distinctive setting and stranger parts make it straightforward to like, however this can be a 1997 console first-person shooter we’re speaking about. Even the mighty Goldeneye hasn’t aged that effectively. The first-person shooter style has moved on from the period of unhealthy puzzles, questionable motion, and ill-informed platforming parts that Turok embodies.

Still, it is one of many few video games the place you battle a dinosaur that shoots lasers out of its eyes, so it is not like we won’t fully write-off this beloved title or fault anybody who appears ahead to having it on Switch.

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed sequence of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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