Summary: This game when i first got it was hard. The first level was the easiest of the game, but the other levels are a lot harder than that. I have to say that this game was somewhat boring. It had poor graphics and when u aimed it was not exactly acurate. This game has a good and bad side.
Summary: Its a good game but don't let your kids play. It is fairly gore with lots of blood. One flaw of the game si it has a real poor value, it's way too short. The flying levels of the game are the hardest. The controls need a revision definatly if their were going to be a sequel. Also the sound is poor.
Summary: This game has not changed at all since Turok on the N64, a pretty game and fun to play but having nothing new to surprise me really let me down. I didn't purchase the game until it was really cheap because of all the bad reviews in mags and from peers.
Summary: ...and I don't play so much shooters, but got this as a present. For me, it has well picked enviroment: prehistoric dino age combined w hi tech lizard humanoids. It IS difficult, and it has auto save, but if you think for a minute before you start a part of mission, it pays.
If they ever make a new Turok game, they need to make the levels SHORTER
7 January 2003
Summary: Pros *Looks decent for an old PS2 game *Weapons were fun to use on enemies Cons *You will run around in circles A LOT *Levels too long(Every turok game has levels too long) *You have to save manually otherwise you are screwed if you die
Summary: Overall I liked Turok but I did have some problems with it-one was namely the the flying. The controls for flying are easy to master but the thing reacts very slowly. When you fly you are no longer first person and there are many times when flying through caves and canyons that your view of your guy...
Summary: First off this game is nowhere near as bad as some reviewers are claiming it is. I am not sure why some hate this game but cross platforming seems to play in here. This game is a platformer more than a FPS basically, so puzzles will show up but they are quite simple.
Summary: Turok: Evolution fails to break the mold. In fact, it often fails to fill the mold of its predecessors. Don't get me wrong, if all you want is your standard FPS plus a few dinosaurs and new foes to blast into chunky bits this should fulfill your appetite.
Excerpt: Please note that my review and rating does not take into account the multiplayer aspect of this game. While the Turok series might not be extinct, the fifth in the series, Turok: Evolution - released in 2002 - proved to be one of the nails in the coffin of Acclaim Entertainment, whom filed for...