- Apr 29, 2005
probably not as that would require tying it to Steamworks DRMDoes this game not sync your saves in steam? I saved games on my desktop and they're not available on my laptop x(
Plays great, looks great. Clearly, Nightdive knows what their doing.
I've been enjoying the hell out of this.
It's shocking how must faster you can get through the game with the increased movement speed, kb/mouse controls, and a solid 60 fps.
I give this port two thumbs way up!!
Completely agree. I'm currently on that stupid alien/bug level, hate that one x(
gog.com is probably the best place to buy older and really old PC games all DRM free, and if you like a slick utility like steam they have that too.That's cool & all... But now we need more classics on Steam, etc. Soldier of Fortune & the second gameeeeee.
Thx for sharing.
That's cool & all... But now we need more classics on Steam, etc. Soldier of Fortune & the second gameeeeee.
YES. And N.O.L.F. and its sequel, dammit.
I purchased the first Turok remaster and plan to pick this one up as well.