Turok Evolution - GBA

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Also for: PS2, Xbox, GameCube
Viewed: 3D First-person Genre:
Arcade origin:No
Developer: Acclaim Soft. Co.: Acclaim
Publishers: Acclaim (GB)
Released: 6 Sept 2002 (GB)
Ratings: 11+, ESRB Rating Pending
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Turok: Evolution begins with our hero, Tal'Set fighting his nemesis Captain Tobias Bruckner in 1886 Texas. During a major battle, a rift between their world and the Lost Land opens and Tal'Set is sucked into it. Injured and near death, he is nursed back to life by the natives of the River Village, a colony in hiding from the Lost Land's greatest threat - Lord Tyrannus and his reptilian hordes. Tal'Set becomes a reluctant participant in the brutal war that is raging in the Lost Land and is shocked to learn that Tyrannus has appointed a new general to lead his armies - Tobias Bruckner!

Turok: Evolution includes many exciting features, including:

  • Entirely new game engine built from the ground up to take full advantage of the next-generation hardware platforms
  • Stealth- and action- based gameplay directed by rich, character-driven storylines
  • The most advanced artificial intelligence ever in a FPS; enemies and dinosaurs react instinctively to environmental changes and combat situations
  • Ground-breaking Squad Dynamics System (S.D.S.) offers incredibly realistic enemy and allied squad A.I., enabling troops to take cover, establish strategic positions and even surrender
  • Lush jungle environments, thriving with vast flora, natural water sources and indigenous life at every turn
  • More than 30 different types of prehistoric, insect, mammal and oceanic life forms, each with frightening and deadly realism
  • More than 30 weapons, including the all-new Gravity Disrupter Beam, Swarm Bore and Baby Nuke, each with unique traits and damage
  • For the first time ever in a Turok video game - flight missions enable players to soar through the skies on a fully-armed winged Quetzalcoatlus in air-to-ground and multiplayer battles
  • Scripted story events bring the Lost Land to life with stunning detail
  • Destructible objects and environments: shoot down trees onto enemies and collapse massive rock spires onto dinosaurs
  • Incredible multiplayer levels and modes, each filled with hours of action-packed gameplay
  • More than 3,000 sound effects recorded throughout the world, enhancing the realism of the game via Dolby Digital and Dolby Surround Sound