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Pre-order Turok and receive a shiny new demo disc


4:34 PM on 12.06.2007
Pre-order Turok and receive a shiny new demo disc photo



Have you ever wanted to cap a dinosaur in the ass? It's an urge that can only be satisfied by playing videogames, unless you want to go the hardcore route. Of course, that involves slapping a dino costume onto one of your "buddies" and inflicting violence upon him. Alternatively, you could just get a Turok demo disc by pre-ordering the game.

The demo disc will be available at Best Buy, Walmart, GameStop, and Game Crazy. Sorry PlayStation 3 owners, this offer is only valid for the Xbox 360 version of Turok. Although, if you do place a pre-order at GameStop for either version, they'll throw in a free t-shirt too.

Turok is set to be released on February 5 for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. It'll also be available on PC at some point during Spring 2008. The game's official Web site has also undergone major reconstructive surgery, so you might want to check it out.






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