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New Turok videos show us why dinosaur extinction is delightfully fun


3:14 PM on 11.14.2007



Has it been a rough day at the office? There's only one thing that'll put a smile back on your face: watching dinosaurs being blown into pieces and then seeing those same pieces wiggle around on the ground.

The dinosaur animation and AI in these videos is excellent, but above all, I'm really digging the blood-filled quick time events. I've always wondered how truly badass it would be to slit a Velociraptor's throat, and thanks to Turok, I now know.

I'd also like to point out that the sky is actually blue in this game. Who would've thought that an M-rated first-person shooter in this day and age could be made without having a crap-colored sky?

There's plenty more bloodshed to be had after the break, with 3 more videos including a T-Rex battle (don't miss the ending), burning giant scorpions until they explode, and other acts of violence towards dinosaurs.






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