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Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is a game that needs no explanation. But I better do it anyway. The last time the son of Stone appeared in a game, it was way back in 2008. It wasn’t a runaway success, but then again, I don’t want to live in a world where dinosaur-hunting with plasma rifles is frowned upon. And at one point, a sequel was on the way.

Before the studio closed down for good, Propaganda Games had completed quite a bit of prep on a Turok seque. Someone who was working on that second game, released a ton of concept art over the weekend, as well as some video of T-Rex checkin’ and wreckin’ crap up that NeoGAF nabbed. Check it out below:

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Much like everything else in life, Disney currently owns the Turok license. But with sales for 2008’s Turok not exactly being a chart-topper, don’t expect to see the cult classic character return any time soon.

Last Updated: September 16, 2013

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