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  • Publisher: Acclaim
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Acclaim Studios Austin
  • Release Date:Aug 31, 2002
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Titles rated "Mature (M)" may be suitable for ages 17 and older. They may include more intense violence or language than products rated "Teen" as well as mature sexual themes.)
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Game Description:You are the last surviving member of the Saquin Nation. As your tribe was fleeing a bloodthirsty army captain, you were transported to the Lost Land. It is here you will become "Turok," the messiah of a nation, and battle the reptilian monsters that thrive around you. Turok: Evolution has new squad-level AI and tactics, and new weapons such as Cruise Missiles and Disruptor Beams. Explore the Lost Land, fly on the back of a Quetzalcoatlus, and find your destiny.
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  • Adam Beach In 'Turok' Film

    There are announcements, and there are announcements. We will leave it to you to decide which one of those this particular announcement should be attributed to. Adam Beach (Flags of our Fathers) will star in a Turok film, he told MTV in a recent interview. Don't, however, start queuing for tickets yet. You see, the film isn't going to start...

    Posted June 11, 2008| 9 Comments

    Adam Beach In 'Turok' Film


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