REVIEW: TUROK 3: SHADOW OF OBLIVION (NINTENDO 64)

The year 2000. It use to sound so futuristic, but it’s hard to believe it was fifteen years ago. From the amount of things that were happening in the video game industry at the time, it really did feel like the future though: The Dreamcast was in its second year of life and championing online…

REVIEW: TUROK: DINOSAUR HUNTER (NINTENDO 64)

The mid-90’s were quite a transition for the video game industry. Not only were the at the time dated 16-bit machines on the way out, but the new console hardware, namely the Nintendo 64, the Sega Saturn as well as the Sony PlayStation were forcibly moving developers out of their 2-D comfort zone into the…