Summary: It proudly states on the rear of the box that"..Every FPS fan will be taking a week off work..or words to that effect,what from,shock? I've never played any of the other games and only got this as a 'free' gift for joining Special Reserve at the time,its'....okay. Graphically it's all over the place,one nice water effect is seemingly at the expense of some ropey dinosaur skin or some plastic looking leaves,fairly good,at the time,Slegs mean rubber toy like alligators it...
Excerpt: THE STORY You are Tal'set, leader of the saquin nation, about to enter battle against Captain Bruckner, a brutal butcher and vengeful veteran of many indian campaigns, Tal'set is ready to confront his most hated enemy, when both are mysteriously plucked out of their world and into the simmering swirl of vicious plans that await in an ancient place... There are sinister stirings in the lost land, disturbing rumbles of a coming region of unquechable raging fury.
Excerpt: One day I was really bored with all the games I'd got for my Game Cube, and I had a friend coming round to sleep. I was trying to think what we could do to keep ourselves occupied. It suddenly came to me that I could go to a local shop with my friend and by a few second hand Game Cube games. When my friend came round and I told him about popping down to my local shop to buy some cheap second hand games to play while he was at my house for the night.
Pros: The weapons are some of the best types i've seen
Excerpt: Hi howz everyone hope ur all alright. For all you gamers out there if you haven't played this blast fest then go get it now. Aklaim are known for turning out such classics as: mortal kombat 2 NBA JAM series Burnout 1 & 2 Aggressive inline (my favourite game of all time) Any avid gamer would know these classic titles but the one I am writing about today is Turok Evolution. My wife got me this game by surprise one day for £11:99 from game station.
Excerpt: Having played N64 versions of Turok, i had my expectations when i bought "Turok Evolutions", of which most were met. One of my great dissapointments was that the game seemed to feature a lot fewer weapons, although a lot of the weapons now feature secondary fire functions. The sniper modes of a few weapons are very cool, allowing you to snipe off unsuspecting enemy's heads, and watch the blood gush everywhere very close up.
Pros: Features sort of "two multiplayer games in one"
Excerpt: Ask any N64 owner about Turok and you'll find that it is something of a legend as far as Nintendo 64 owners are concerned. So it now comes down to this latest Turok game, on Gamecube, to re-instate the power of the Dinosaur, can it do the job or will it become extinct before its time? The premise of this game is that our hero, Tal'Set, has been sent to a dimension of dinosaurs called the lost land and must find Tyrannus, who threatens to take over the place.
Excerpt: Developers-Aklaim No. of players-1-4 controls Memory used-1 block Age- 15+ Genre-Action/ 1st person shoot-em-up Evolution is a slow process, and it looks like it is true with games too, in the case of Turok Evolution any way. Modes Single player Story The Turok is the name given to the name of a special band Indian warriors, who’s names are fabled in stories told to those who wish to honor the heroes.
Pros: 4 player v . s, fairly good weapons, quite cheap, takes up hardly any memory card space
Cons: Fairly boring levels, annoying dinosaurs that pop out of water and bushes
Excerpt: Mr Darwin always said that evolution should be about survival of the fittest - the best equipped to deal with the situation. The process of evolution should be about constantly improving, and bettering one's self. Right. Just thought I'd clear that up before I start. I never got to sample the delights of the first Turok game on the N64 - however it's successor, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil was placed firmly in the slot of my N64 for countless hours of filling dinosaurs full of...
Summary: This is a reasonably good FPS game. The weapons are fun to use and well thought out. The levels are split into reasonably sized chunks which don't take forever to complete (apart from the tough ones you have to play 10 times to complete). The scenery is attactive and interesting. Graphics are good apart from when you end up stood in the middle of bushes when it turns into a confused mess of crisscross blotchly leaves.