Remember Turok? The cult classic 90s Nintendo 64 dinosaur-hunting first-person shooters hit Xbox One on Friday, 2nd March.
In late 2015 Night Dive Studios released a remastered version of Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. Now it's done the same for its sequel, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil.
Originally released in 1998 for the N64, Turok 2 sees everybody's favourite dinosaur hunter return in an adventure consisting of 35 enemy types, 20 weapons and six levels. It also added multiplayer.
This updated version of Turok 2 features enhanced graphics, improved enemy AI, new gameplay mechanics (like scaling ledges), and new multiplayer features like an option for split-screen in online matches and a new "Last Turok Standing" mode.
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and its sequel, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, will see their remastered editions coming to Xbox One, the developer of the restoration has announced.
Night Dive Studios previously brought Iguana Entertainment's 1997 dinosaur shooter to PC in December with improved graphics, gameplay and level design. The studio previously noted that it would be providing the same remastered treatment to its sequel.
The first Turok Remastered just received a Mac port last month.
UPDATE 15/12/2015 10.09am: Developer Night Dive Studios' Stephen Kick has outlined to Eurogamer the following enhancements in its Turok restoration:
Support for high resolutions, and widescreen.
Improved gameplay and level design.
Developer Night Dive Studios has released new screenshots from the Turok remaster project. Remember how, in the 1997 original, you could barely see your hands in front of you for all that fog? Well now you can! You can see way into the distance! No need to hide the texture pop-in these days.
Night Dive released an Enhanced Edition of System Shock recently, and is working on an entire re-imagining of the game, too. A sole screenshot has been posted on Night Dive's website teasing that project.
Night Dive announced in August that it would be remastering Turok 1 and 2, but didn't say anything about when the projects would be complete - and still hasn't. Both games are in for enhanced graphics and "other" improvements.
Cult classic Jurassic shooters Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil are being brought back to life for a PC re-release.
Both are being re-animated by Night Dive Studios, which previously worked on restoring System Shock 2.
The games will get "enhanced graphics and other improvements" and be sold through Steam, Humble, GOG, GamersGate and Greenman Gaming.
Classic 1997 shooter Turok: Dinosaur Hunter looks like it will be getting a re-release on PC.
Images have surfaced showing what the cancelled Turok 2 looked like.
Earlier this week art, renders and screens of the ill-fated dinosaur shooter sequel popped up on NeoGAF.
They show box art, weapons, character models and, of course, horrible angry dinosaurs.
Bad news for anyone who enjoyed last year's Turok game on PC, PS3 or Xbox 360 - word is the sequel has been cancelled.
That's according to Kotaku, which reported Disney Interactive is making around 70 employees redundant from developer Propaganda Games.
Turok 2 was never officially announced, but apparently it was one of two projects in development. Propaganda will continue to work on the other one, and there are still job ads on its website.
Native American actor Adam Bleach, who we've never heard of, looks set to star in a big-screen adaptation of Turok.
Propaganda Games has promised to hang five fresh maps out for Turok on PSN and Xbox Live today, although we've just had a quick look and found nothing.
On Friday, I cut some ham too close to the edge of the table and the plate flipped over and landed on my lap then tumbled onto the floor. That's not my best story, but I thought it was more interesting than the new demo line-up this week.
It's been another bare week for demos. But I stood up on a surfboard in the freezing cold waters of Cornwall. That made me happy, at least until I fell off and hit my back on a rock and tried not to cry. You could say I had a bit of conflict with the water, which is interesting, as Conflict: Denied Ops is one of the new samplers to tell you about.
Touchstone has confirmed it will remove a feature in Turok which rewards players for murderising their team-mates.
As reported by Wired, the 'Grab Bag' achievement is earned by killing at least one creature, enemy, team-mate and yourself during an online match. Having realised this is rubbish, Touchstone will issue a patch to amend the achievement so you don't have to take out a team-mate to get the points.
The patch will be out the same day as the game - 8th February - so you'll have to download it before you can play Turok online.
Those PlayStation 3 owning dinosaur-lovers among you who are "a bit slow" in the old downloading US demos directly department will be pleased to hear that the PAL version of last Thursday's American Turok demo is currently on course for a 7th February release on PSN.
Turok is the most exciting young animal strutting around the US PlayStation 3 Store this week in new-demo form, as for once our American brethren are forced to play a bit of catch-up in other areas.
A new demo for the latest instalment in the Turok series has popped up on Xbox Live.
Propaganda Games and Touchstone's upcoming console version of Turok will also be appearing on Windows PCs, those involved announced this morning.
Disney has named the Hollywood stars picked to lend their vocals to characters in the upcoming Turok game.
The next game in the Turok series will be released on 8th February 2008, Disney Interactive has announced this morning .
More details about Turok for Xbox 360 and PS3 have been excavated this afternoon, uncovering multiplayer support for up to 16 people, which doesn't appear to be as straightforward as it seems.
Naturally you'll be able to shoot your friends in the face whilst laughing raucously over your headset, but you'll also have to watch your back for for those ageing scaly dinosaurs.
By invading their planet, which effectively is a delicately balanced ecosystem, you might accidentally have put yourself on Terry Rex's dinner menu. It seems these fellows are somewhat more of a handful than your average hamster, and may well be-line for your meaty thighs over some Jurassic wildebeest. Chomp.
In news that somehow got overlooked during the flurry of excitement that surrounded E3, Buena Vista Games has acquired the rights to produce a new instalment in the Turok series.