Turok: Dinosaur Hunter

Global Total as of 11th Oct 2014 (units): 0.05m
Platform: Nintendo 64Also on: Microsoft Windows
Developer: Iguana Entertainment Genre: Shooter

Japan First Ten Weeks (Units)

Week EndingWeekWeeklyChangeTotal
31st May 1997120,763N/A20,763
07th June 199729,531-54.1%30,294
14th June 199734,663-51.1%34,957
21st June 199743,170-32.0%38,127
28th June 199752,554-19.4%40,681
05th July 199761,392-45.5%42,073
12th July 199771,363-2.1%43,436
19th July 199781,093-19.8%44,529
26th July 19979732-33.0%45,261
02nd August 199710558-23.8%45,819

Japan Annual Summary (Units)

YearYearlyChangeTotal
199746,393N/A46,393

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Comments

wiifan75 (on 08 July 2009)
I bought this last year at a game store
that was going out of business. I
wonder if it counted to the lifetime
sales of the game? I love Turok. To
me, the multiplayer FPS came from this.
Me and three other friends would play
together for hours and hours every
weekend with the entire series that was
out on N64.
poopface1 (on 10 November 2008)
by far the best turok game ever made.
This game seems so unique. One of my
favorite fps on consoles.
Guovssohas (on 14 September 2008)
One of the best games on N-64. The
levels were HUGE, great challenge and
many great weapons. And the graphics
were fantastic for it's time.
megaman79 (on 07 September 2008)
i liked it. Sad that the sequels sucked
bigtime. Turok 2 was weak apart from the
cranium bore exploding deal
Khuutra (on 30 August 2008)
I think I still remember the ultimate
code.

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