Turok Dinosaur Hunter CENSORED - Human Enemies Changed To Robots

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is a first person shooting video game developed by Iguana Entertainment and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The video game was released for the Nintendo 64 in North America and Europe on March 4, 1997. In order to be released in Germany, the game content had to be censored. The Japanese version defaults the blood to green which can be changed back to red via options menu which the setting is called "ブラッド" which is Blood in English and the choices are "オフ" (Off, which isn't really turned off. It's just green blood swapped by default) and "オン" (On, red blood).


Japanese censorship[]

Green blood is set by default. It can be changed back to red in the options menu.

German censorship[]

  • Blood was mostly removed (only aliens and beetles kept their respective yellow blood)
  • Enemy death animations were either toned down or removed altogether.
  • All human and demon enemies were changed to robots.[1]

Where to find it uncensored[]

The Nightdive Studios remaster is uncensored, and every other country has the original game uncensored.


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