The original Turok game came out on N64 in 1997 and was one of the most visually impressive games of its time. Running it on a PC was nigh impossible without a top-of-the-line maxed out rig. Recently, Night Dive Studios has been working on reviving some classic games - Turok 1 and 2 among them - and has some screenshots to share from the project.
Right from the get go, it's easy to see that the "fog of war" is removed. Back in 1997 this was an effect that pervaded much of the Turok games with the intention of hiding texture pop-in. That's considerably less of a problem nowadays, so now you can see the world around you with perfect clarity. Of course, it's easy to see how the textures have aged as well for a 3D game that's over 15 years old, but that's to be expected.
Night Dive has been on a role renewing old legends. They remastered the original System Shock and System Shock 2. They're also the folks recreating a new modern version of System Shock. Clearly they are a group of people that favor and respect the old titles.
Maybe once they're done with that, they can recreate the original Turok to wash the taste of the 2008 reboot out of our mouths. That'd be nice.