If Monster Hunter is getting a little too realistic, it might be time to look at an older title for your giant lizard hunting needs. Remasters of 1997’s Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and 1998’s Turok 2: Seeds of Evil are launching on Xbox One on March 2.
Turok: Dinosaur hunter was a Nintendo 64 and Windows title meant to be an adaptation of the comic book series published by Acclaim Comics. Players assume the role of traveling warrior Turok on a quest to find the pieces of the Chronoscepter. And of course, battle dinosaurs, poachers, and more along the way.
Its sequel, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, was also an Nintendo 64 title, but also saw a port on Windows and Game Boy Color. Like its predecessor, it was also a dino-slaying FPS. There are six different levels with different missions connected to a hub area; this iteration also has multiplayer.
This isn’t the first time a Turok remaster have been released either. Back in 2015, Nightdive remastered both titles for PC, featuring enhanced graphics. It’s unclear what changes are being made for the Xbox One remasters of the two Turok games, or if they’re any different from the previously release PC remasters.