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Turok Evolution by Acclaim




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  • Animated Blood
  • Violence
Turok Evolution is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
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  • Platform: Game Cube
  • Publisher: Acclaim
  • Developer: Acclaim
  • Category: Action

Product Details:

As the last surviving members of the Saquin Nation make a desperate attempt to escape to the relative safety of Mexico, they are unaware that they have played into the hands of the bloodthirsty Captain Tobias Bruckner. Under orders to bring in Chief Grey Owl, the warrior-brave Tal'Set, and the remaining Saquin without bloodshed, Captain Bruckner reneges and springs a deadly ambush. Bruckner is a man possessed. Called "Red Snake" by the Native tribes of the Southwest, he has hunted the Saquin for years.

The great Chief Grey Bear, one of the most brilliant and respected of the Native American Chiefs falls victim to a sniper's bullet, and Captain Bruckner orders the slaughter of the remaining Saquin people. As the bullets fly, Tal'Set and the remaining Saquin braves leap into battle, exacting a terrible toll on the Indian Hunters even as they are cut down one by one. Himself mortally wounded by Bruckner in the battle, Tal'Set cuts through the Cavalry troops and embraces Bruckner in a deadly melee. War club and Saber clash, and at the height of the battle, a cave-in sends Tal'Set and Bruckner tumbling into a mysterious underground cavern covered in ancient symbols and strange artifacts.

Tal'Set is dying. Bleeding to death from a bullet wound to the liver. Desperate to avenge the death of his people, Tal'Set once again locks in mortal combat with Bruckner. As his blood spills onto the ground, an otherworldly reaction is triggered, and the entire chamber becomes a storm of light and electricity. A shot goes wild and strikes a powder keg that has tumbled into the chasm. The blast brings the roof of the cavern down as Tal'Set is blown through a mysterious portal and into a world the likes of which he has never dreamed. The Lost Land.

Exhausted and dying, Tal'Set is brought back from the brink of death by the Mysterious Seer TarKeen. Tal'Set awakens with the memories of his dying people still fresh in his mind. Having been discovered by a group of refugee hunters, Tal'Set is taken to the fortress of the River People where the beautiful Mayana, under the watchful eye of the Great warrior Djunn and the "Wise Father", the leader of the River people, nurses him back to health. Once healed, Tal'Set embarks on a journey to discover the meaning of his presence in the Lost Land. Through a series of conversations and confrontations with TarKeen, Tal'Set learns that his presence in the Lost Land is not a coincidence, and that the death of his people was ordained so that he might embrace a higher purpose and become "Turok", the "Son of Stone", protector and savior. Confused, angry and alone, Tal'Set rejects TarKeen's story, refusing to accept what he has been told.

As he battles with his own demons, Tal'Set becomes a reluctant participant in the brutal War that is raging in the Lost Land. Motivated by his feelings of isolation, Tal'Set agrees to help the people of the Lost Land battle for their lives against the Evil Lord Tyrannus, leader of the reptilian hordes. Bent on a "Holy Mission" to purify the Lost Land through slaughter and misery.

What follows is an epic tale of victory, treachery, and betrayal as Tal'Set struggles to accept his place in this strange world.

* Ground-breaking Squad Dynamics System (S.D.S.) creates incredibly realistic enemy and allied squad AI.

* Entirely new game engine built to take full advantage of the next-generation hardware platforms.

* All-new weapons including Variable Payload Cruise Missiles, Gravity Disrupter Beams, and the Swarm Bore each with unique traits and damage.

* Advanced FPS artificial intelligence.

* Flight sequences enable players to soar through the skies on a winged Pteranodon.

* Scripted event sequences that bring the world to life with stunning detail.

* 32 different types of prehistoric and indigenous life with frightening realism.

* Destructible objects and environments: shoot down trees onto enemies and collapse massive rock spires onto dinosaurs.

* Stealth and action based gameplay directed by context-sensitive, mission-based sequences.

* Fantastic multiplayer fun developed by a dedicated team of designers, programmers and artists.

* Lush, living jungleenvironments: plants move as dinosaurs brush against them and trees sway in the wind.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must have This is a must have for any old school fps fan. It has amazing gameplay that will blow your mind and I love using the tomahawk on enimies it is BEAST. I also enjoy the graphics they may look outdatred now but it was 2002 so these graphics are epic for its time. The developers really let you go through and explore a lush enviorment. This game will not dissapoint in any way and will keep you entertained I highly rcomend this. This is one of my personal favorites for the Nintendo Gamecube and you should at least give it look do to the fact that it is TOTALLY BEAST.
    Date published: 2012-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun game but really hard! This game was really fun! I looked at the cover and wanted it. The bad thing is i had to wait a while to play it! As soon as i played it i could not stop! This game is very hard so you probably want a strategy to help you out! I like this game because it challenges you. It also mixes war and fun! People have to buy this game if they want a challenge!
    Date published: 2012-03-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from This game is still testing me since i was 10. I have had this game for five years and it is still challenging to beat. I've beaten it only once. It is the best game that i have played. I love to play single player FPS and i love assassins creed. i love this game.
    Date published: 2011-10-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like it Alright well its not the best, but its not the worst. This game is extermely fun! probally the most gorest game for Gamecube. 1 thing i didnt like about this game is that towards the end it kinda got weird. Like it wasnt even dinosours anymore. But either than that it is a hrad game that will keep you entertained.
    Date published: 2011-03-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good funish gorey but great for the price This game is fun, if you like gore, you are a indian vs dinosuars for some of the game and slegs (Giant biped lizards with guns) It has pretty bad graphics but its okay. I liked it 4.99 is a good price i got it years AGO for $24.
    Date published: 2010-09-18
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