Turok 2: Seeds of Evil User Reviews
Turok 2, Seeds of Evil is one of those "Must Have" items. This is a video game with a rather interesting plot. The graphics when you first start playing Turok (when Adon tells you your task) are outstanding. When playing Turok, it is difficult to find your way around, but eventually you will find your way and a road of interesting events will come toward your path.
To play, push "Z" to shoot. The yellow arrow key to walk, and the analog stick to view in different directions. To jump, press the grey arrow keys. To switch your weapons, press "A". And last but not least, do the objective!
A bit easy to get lost
Jumping is a massive pain
First person games on home consoles weren't exactly unheard of before 3D got its foot firmly in the door, but it wasn't all that common, and something about scrolling sprites instead of lush polygons tended to put a downer on the experience.
The Nintendo 64 has been home to a fair few FPS games, and this is one of Acclaims efforts. The second game of a trilogy, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil follows on from the first game, although ditching the indian Tal Set for a more advanced looking Joshua Fireseed. The defeat of the previous game's main baddie has caused another evil creature to stir to life, t...
-Coolest Set of Weapons I have seen
-Well made and varied levels
-Excellent Enemy Ai (and I mean Excellent!)
-Excellent Graphics and deatil
-Not enough Save point
-May be a bit too hard
-Only 6 levels
To start off this game is VERY gorey. In this game you can decapitate dinosaurs, blow their arms and legs off, burn them to a crisp and simply blow them into oblvion. There are six levels in this game each with their own theme. All the levels are really COOL and long but the problem is there are only six of them. Yet still they are ALL very long and require you to complete some hard objective for you to progress. Some levels include going to the world of the 'perlin' a ape like war race where you must resuce prisoners and destroy ammo depots. Other levels include going to the lair of the "m...
Visuals: Good ghraphics with nice character models although their faces are a bit mushed up.
The textures aren't too good but weapon effects, explosions, etc. are very nice.
Audio: Some good soud, if you have a CD player stick the disc in there and it will play some tracks from the game. Other than that, you can send some cool sounding taunts online and weapon noises are realistic.
Gameplay: I don't really like the controls using a PC controller, but I managed to get onto the third level without cheating.
This game has one major downside. It is way too hard and the levels are way too bi...
-lots of weapons
-first time for Tuork to have 4 player action
-save points are rare
-really long levels
-last boss was made to be way to hard
This is an average shooter but it's the most gore I've seen.Worth it for fans of the first one but it is far from perfect.The controles are pretty good though but one thing theyshould've added was a save anywhere feature cuz those levels are really long and save points are rarely seen.
The graphics and the music (the best soundtrack for N64), the number of guns and enemies, the AI and the length of the worlds.The bad:
Turok 1 doesn't reach this level and Turok 3 has serious coding errors because of the speed Iguana made the game with; there's no game like Turok 2 in any system.Summary:
The graphics are incredible, the best ones for N64 (apart from Perfect Dark or Conker's Bad Fur Day); the soundtrack seems to be from a real film and not from a videogame. The gameplay is excellent, and the game is long and difficult enough for experienced played like me. The AI is really advanced for the year Turok 2 was born in; it's a game which focuses its attraction in the fact of playing itself, not in stupid good graphics with a huge storyline which gets the player waiting for playing around 15 minutes, as usual, the best thig of a game is that you enjoy it playing it, not watching i...