The Nintendo 64 turns 20 years old this week, so what better way to play homage to the best one of the best great good systems the company has put out than by playing some of its most classic adequate games?
Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion was released in 2000 to mostly good reviews, including our own eight out of ten score. It took the series in a different direction, killing off Turok 2 protagonist Joshua Fireseed and letting the player choose between one of his siblings, Danielle and Joseph. Like most N64 games, graphics that looked good at the time look properly dated now, and much of the pathfinding seems obscure by today’s standards. Join Andrew Reiner, Jeff Cork, Kyle Hilliard and I as we figure out how to jump across gaps and obtain the all-powerful Life Force.
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