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Turok: Evolution is a first-person shooter video game developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment. The game was released simultaneously for the Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Game Boy Advance in 2002. A port for Microsoft Windows was released in 2003 for the European market. A prequel of 1997’s Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, Turok: Evolution follows protagonist Tal’Set as he fights his way through the Lost Land. This game was the fourth and final installment in Acclaim’s Turok continuity.
The campaign of Turok: Evolution consists of 15 chapters with 62 levels total. A secret level, “Zoo,” is available only through cheat codes. The game begins with the seer Tarkeen explaining the history of the Lost Land, which had, for centuries, been fought over by tyrannic warlords. On Earth, the Saquin Nation has been devastated, and a Saquin warrior named Tal’Set faces off against his enemy, Captain Tobias Bruckner. He succeeds in knocking Bruckner off a steep cliff, but they are both pulled into a wormhole. Tal’Set is badly injured, but he is discovered by the inhabitants of the River Village, who call upon Tarkeen to heal him.
The seer commands them to bring Tal’Set to him. Tal’Set is sent into the jungle, where he battles lizard-like humanoids known as the Sleg. Tal’Set meets up with Genn, a pilot, who guides him to the seer. Along the way, he uses an armed Quetzalcoatlus to evict the Slegs from the jungle and destroy their airship. Turok: Evolution features altered gameplay in comparison to its predecessors. The game focuses on general survival in multiple environments, ranging from massive swampy jungles to city skylines, while dealing with dinosaur threats or newer threats based around the new “Sleg” foe, a major addition to the franchise.
Dinosaurs act much like they do in previous installments, attacking the player upon sight, and Sleg troops act dynamically within the environment, reacting to threats such as dinosaur incursions or taking cover to avoid the player’s shots. Sleg soldiers will also attempt to mobilize and gang up on the player, using both numbers and firepower to try to take the player down while utilizing map-based weaponry such as turrets.
Turok - Evolution
North America: September 1, 2002
Game Boy Advance
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