Excerpt: The once proud Saquin Indian Nation has been nearly wiped out through countless battles with federal forces. Acting as one of the last of the Saquin Nation, Tal' Set and the few remaining braves attempt to retreat to the safety of Mexico.
Excerpt: Turok on the n64 was a good game. It had a few sequels, some good, some bad. This is the attempt at a next gen turok from acclaim, and to say it's apoor one is an understatement. The gameplay is poor.
Pros: It's turok . You kill dinosaurs . Some fun guns .
Summary: After reading many previews of Turok Evolution I rushed to the shops on release date to buy the game and get ready for some serious dinosaur killing. After placing Turok in my XBOX, I started a new game preparing myself for the 'groundbreaking graphics', 'improved AI' and 'lush open area jungles'.
Summary: Turok Evolution, Great Graphics, good concept and most of the time really good game play but one or five stages are just plain stupid for example chapter six back to the sky, 160 times i've been through this level and still haven't done it.
Summary: Great graphics.. great looking monsters.. excellent weapons (most of them).. but the control of the character, story line and the flying just planly stinks and that is sad. This game should have gone through a few more level of play testing before it was released.
Summary: This game is probably the worst game I have ever played on the Xbox. I really enjoyed Turok 2 on N64, so I was excited to pick this up. However this game has just nothing going for it. The graphics are awful, they really could have been so much better. There is no stroy line at all!
Summary: Bland graphics coupled with frustratingly slow, poor gameplay make this one of the most irritating games i have ever had the misfortune to play. I was lucky. A day before buying this game I played it at a friend's house and spared myself [the money] which would have otherwise been wasted.
Summary: To say this game disappoints would be an understatement. The premise of a well thought out, multi-challenge game is here, but it fails to surface. Though a large game, quality is better than quantity, and it has a general feeling that though there are many levels, they have all been rushed.
Summary: Turok Evolution seems to have generated a hugely polarized audience - more than any other game for the Xbox I have seen reviewed in fact. People should stop drawing comparisons with Halo - the fact they are both FPSs is really irrelevant.