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Destruction Derby 64 (N64)

We have collected and analyzed 2 expert reviews and 33 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 50/100 and users rate it 72/100. The average review date is Oct 8, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 364526 reviews from other Keyboards. The alaScore™ for this product is 77/100 = Good. Last update: Dec 10, 2018.

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Expert review by (sports-gaming.com)

Destruction Derby 64

 

Expert review by : David Price (techadvisor.co.uk)

KeySonic KSK-6001 UELX eXtreme review

 

Anti-ghosting seems to be all the rage at the moment. No sooner did Microsoft alert us to its new ghost-busting SideWinder X4 gaming keyboard than we were sent this model from KeySonic. Like its more expensive rival, the KSK-6001 UELX eXtreme claims to...

Comparing this keyboard with the (admittedly more expensive) Microsoft SideWinder X4 is a chastening experience for the KeySonic – it has inferior design and features (including less ambitious anti-ghosting) and is much harder to type on accurately. As...

Feb, 2010

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Turok 3 Never Quite Satisfies

 

Before I review Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion, I feel that I should elaborate on the true origins of the series. In the 1950’s comic book publisher Western/Gold Key invented a fantastic story about two Kiowa Indian warriors who accidentally enter a...

Fun multiplayer mode, good soundtrack, huge levels, gargantuan bosses

Choppy frame-rate, lots of shadowing, some annoying bugs, frustrating enemy placement

Jun, 2001

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Get it

 

This game is a disgrace to the Turok franchise. The other games were great, every single one! This one lacks something else the others had. The only reason this is a review that recommends the game is the multiplayer. It's flawless! You can have...

Good Weapons

Slow frame rate, limited gun selection, more in opinion

May, 2001

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Turok 3: So close and Yet so far

 

Overall Analysis

Beautiful graphics, music, and animated sequences

Laughable framerate sometimes, way too easy, lots of little glitches

Mar, 2001

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Jurrasic Shoot Out

 

Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion decides to steal from its' past and incorporate environments from both its predecessors. Prepare to battle amazing beasts in futuristic ruins, underwater bases and the wild jungle of the Lost Lands. The graphics are out of...

nice control, secrets, save any place

slow downs

Nov, 2000

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Friends and Turok

 

Well, this was not what I was expecting. I have been a Turok fan from the comic books up until Turok: Rage Wars. That stops now. The game box says "Over forty weapons". Nope, there are a few weapons that are upgradable. But a weapon that is...

excellent visuals particularly in cut scenes

No commnets

Nov, 2000

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Turok Three

 

How can anyone give Turok 3 a high score of 5. The game is horrible and anyone who gave it that must have been playing another game, or is a serious crack head(Rock star). First of all the graphics are horrible! Turok 2 was 10 times better. The low...

Horrible Graphics

No comment

Nov, 2000

Consumer review (epinions.com)

Turok 3: When will it end...

 

Hey there N64 Gamers,

Good graphics and special FX

Ridiculously large levels, lousy controls, and lame bosses

Oct, 2000

Consumer review (epinions.com)

sweet but short

 

I had been hesitant about the Turok series, but after a couple of minutes playing this game I lost that feeling. While the level are huge they have been divided into smaller sections. Also you can save anywhere in the game. Now you can play as...

the graphics

the time to beat it

Oct, 2000
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