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SEEDS OF EVIL[Captions]:
Pfeile bleiben in der Umgebung stecken und können eingesammelt werden. Morphende Levels mit dynamisch beweglichen Wänden und detailliert texturierte Wesen mit zwinkernden Augen, schwabbelnden Bäuchen und dehnbaren Tentakeln.
Komplett deutsche Sprachausgabe
Über 45 Minuten Sprachausgabe erzählen die Geschichte von Seeds of Evil mit der deutschen Stimme von Luke Perry als Turok und 8 weiteren professionellen Synchronsprechern.
Einzigartige Gegner und Umgebungen in jedem Level
6 Abenteuer und 26 Multiplayer-Level erstrecken sich über 30 virtuelle Geometrie und Oberflächengestaltung in jedem Level.
Contributed by jaXen (18670) on Jul 13, 2011.
Featuring a world of gruesome enemies, explosive new weaponry and a multi-player death math that will leave you breathless...
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Jun 12, 2007.
Only evil this dark could bring him back. Only a game this big can do him justice.
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on Jun 12, 2007.
The story of Turok 2 picks up where the original game left off. After defeating Campaigner, Turok threw the Chronosceptor into a volcano. In doing so, he unwittingly awakened an even bigger evil: Primagen, who lies imprisoned in a Lightship. (Moral: Think twice before you chuck your Chronosceptor!) Turok must now protect the 6 energy totems which seal Primagen's cell, and struggle to find the scattered pieces of the key to his Lightship. These tasks will take place in six artistic levels, each with its own unique geometry and texture mapping.
In addition to the six Quest Levels, there are five multi-player levels, which cover 30 virtual square miles. Some areas are well-lit, while others are draped in dark shadows. Luckily, Turok is provided with a flare gun to serve as a portable night light. The gun shoots glowing green flares which stick to walls, and burn for about 20 seconds.
Graphical improvements abound in Turok 2, thanks in large part to support for the Expansion Pak accessory. While the original Turok deployed fog to mask large areas, Turok 2 uses it sparingly to give a sinister mood to the action. Advanced real-time light sourcing results in eye candy for the adventurer, with flickering torches, shimmering water, and dark halls illuminated by the glow of exploding ammo.
The enemies in Turok 2 are smarter, meaner, and more advanced than those from the first game. Over 30 different types of enemies and untold numbers of bosses roam the land, armed with the best artificial intelligence Iguana has to offer. You'll have to be quick on your feet to cope with the many different attacking styles you'll encounter. For example, certain baddies will act like snipers, while low-life beetles will be able to swarm you in seconds.
The enemies have cone vision and sound sensitivity like real predators. This gives you the opportunity to sneak up on them, but you have to be stealthy. If you step into their field of vision or make too much noise, be prepared to pull out your Scorpion Missle. Aim with care, because the enemies have accurate collision detection, and flinch realistically depending on where they are hit.
While classic weapons like the Tek Bow return for the sequel, several innovative tools of destruction have been added to Turok's arsenal, including the War Blade, Storm Bow, and Firestorm Cannon. Some weapons, such as the underwater Spear Gun, can only be used in certain environments. Turok is equipped with a Sniper Eyepiece, which flips down to allow the hunter to pick off enemies lurking in the distance.
The one player game provides hordes of enemies to destroy, but it will also require you to do more than exercise your trigger finger. There are many puzzles to ponder, and you will have to back track at certain points in the game in order to progress. A skilled dinosaur hunter has to use his brain with the same precision as his shotgun.
The most anticipated feature may be the addition of three multi-player modes. You will be able to choose from seven characters to control, including heroic Joshua Fireseed, the wicked Flesh Eater, and even a dreaded velociraptor. Bloodlust is a straightforward deathmatch melee that should please GoldenEye 007 fans around the world. In the innovative Frag Tag mode, one player is "It." If It somehow staggers to a checkpoint without being whacked, a new player will become It and the match will continue. Sound simple? There's a catch: The player labeled It is unarmed, has a target on his back, is animated in sheer terror, and squeals like a frightened pig throughout the game. This Frag Tag beats the old schoolyard tag by a mile!
Like the original, Turok 2 is ahead of the competition. The single player mode holds many challenges, and the addition of a multiplayer mode gives Turok 2 the replay value that the first game lacked.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (51609) on May 15, 2005.
Acclaim Entertainment's Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for PC to Ship February 9, 1999
Highly-Anticipated Title to be Bundled with Full Version of Forsaken(tm) and Limited Edition Shadow Man(tm) Comic Book
GLEN COVE, N.Y., January 28, 1999 - Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:AKLM), a leading worldwide interactive entertainment company, today announced that Turok 2(tm): Seeds of Evil for the PC will ship to retail stores on February 9, 1999. The title, which has already sold more than 1.4 million copies for the Nintendo 64, will debut with a special bundle that includes the full version of Acclaim's futuristic action game, Forsaken. In addition, Turok 2 will ship with a limited-edition copy of Acclaim Comic's premier issue of Shadow Man, which is the inspiration for Acclaim's upcoming game by the same name. The bundle will be available in retail stores across the US and via Acclaim's online store while supplies last.
"Turok 2 for the PC has been built from the ground up to showcase the unique benefits of PC gaming," said Don Jackson, PC Product Manager, Acclaim Entertainment. "The development team has focused on delivering all the features gamers expect from first-class action games, including advanced 3-D graphics in huge environments and fast, free Internet multiplay."
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil Background
Developed by Acclaim Studio's Salt Lake City facility, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is the sequel to Acclaim Entertainment's highly-successful action game, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. Turok 2 features incredibly realistic environments across six enormous single-player and 40 multiplayer levels, a cadre of the most vile enemies ever assembled and an arsenal of over 20 deadly weapons with which to dispatch them. Turok 2 will also ship with support for GameSpy, a popular Internet gaming utility used by more than 3 million gamers that allows them to find opponents for their favorite games quickly and easily.
The Turok 2 franchise is supported by a $9 million marketing effort that includes a major national TV campaign, top market radio, extensive print and online advertising, in-store merchandising including standees, posters, counter cards, and in-store videos. Acclaim's Web site, www.acclaim.net, and its companion site, www.turok.com, feature a level-by-level walk-through of the game, tips and hints, screen shots, game footage, codes and an online comic book.
Turok 2's storyline returns Turok to the Lost Land to battle the Primagen, an evil force he unknowingly awakened at the end of the first game. The Primagen, imprisoned at the core of the Lost Land, has summoned a massive army of savage creatures to destroy the energy totems that hold him captive. Turok must now end the devastation he has set in motion.
Shadow Man Background
Set against the mysterious backdrop of voodoo mythology, Shadow Man puts players in the role of Mike LeRoi, English Literature graduate now turned hired assassin, operating within the dark and seedy underworld of New Orleans. LeRoi has the ability to cross over into Deadside, the world of the dead, where he becomes the Shadow Man - an immortal voodoo-warrior with astonishing powers. Shadow Man for PC, Nintendo 64 and Sony Playstation is due to be released Summer 1999.
Forsaken, currently available, elevates the 3-D shooter genre to a new level, allowing for battle on all six axes of movement. Forsaken invites competition in network, Internet or modem play amid interactive environments that are visual masterpieces. The game also features stunningly-smooth vehicle animations and 3-D panning sound effects. Forsaken maximizes 3-D-accelerated PCs and allows up to 12 players to battle over their local area network or the Internet.
Acclaim Entertainment Background
Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. is a leading worldwide developer, publisher and mass marketer of software for use with interactive entertainment platforms including Nintendo, Sony and Sega hardware systems, and PCs. Acclaim owns and operates four studios located in the United States and the United Kingdom, and publishes and distributes its software directly in North America, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Australia. Acclaim also distributes entertainment software for other publishers worldwide, and publishes comic books and software strategy guides. Acclaim's company objectives are to produce high quality interactive entertainment software, build and maintain brands, and build shareholder value. Acclaim's headquarters are in Glen Cove, New York and Acclaim's common stock is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol AKLM. For more information please visit our website at www.acclaim.net.
Contributed by skl (1147) on Mar 10, 2004.
Acclaim's Turok 2: Seeds of Evil Ships for Nintendo 64
National Marketing and PR Effort Backs One of the Biggest Games of 1998
GLEN COVE, N.Y., December 10, 1998 - Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:AKLM), a leading worldwide interactive entertainment company, today announced that the already critically acclaimed Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for Nintendo 64 is shipping nationwide today. One of the first N64 products to feature a 32 meg cartridge, the new game is four times larger than the 1.5 million unit selling original, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter.
"Turok 2: Seeds of Evil takes the first-person shooter category to new heights," said Greg Fischbach, chairman and CEO of Acclaim Entertainment. "Our Iguana Entetainment studio has created a masterpiece that will truly thrill Nintendo 64 owners."
Turok 2 has already received top ratings and praise from the video game industries biggest publications and websites. "Nestled within the confines of its 32-meg cartridge is one of the hugest games you'll ever have the pleasure of playing," said James Mielke of videogames.com in his recent review. "It's a landmark shooter and a must-buy."
Turok 2: Seeds of Evil will be supported worldwide by a massive $9 million marketing and public relations effort. A major national TV campaign began airing December 1st with :15 and :30 second spots featuring a live-action Turok and showcasing the product's advanced graphics and animation. The media buy features popular network, spot, syndicated, and cable programming including MTV, Comedy Central, FOX, WB, UPN, and USA Network. Turok 2 is supported by a major market radio campaign, retail pre-sell program and in-store merchandising campaign including standees, posters, counter cards, in-store videos and interactive kiosks in 6000 retail outlets across the US, and has appeared on the cover of major video game publications including: Nintendo Power, GamePro and Electronic Gaming Monthly. Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for Nintendo 64 will also feature a special edition black cartridge.
Turok 2 for Game Boy and Color Game Boy is currently available. The PC version of the game will be shipping in the first calendar quarter of 1999. Also available is a full-color strategy guide from Acclaim Publishing.
Acclaim Entertainment Background Information
Based in Glen Cove, N.Y., Acclaim Entertainment, Inc., is a leading worldwide publisher of software for Nintendo, Sony, Sega and personal computer hardware systems. Acclaim also publishes comic books, operates motion capture studios, and distributes a variety of entertainment software from other publishers worldwide. Visit Acclaim's Web site, http://www.acclaim.net/.
Contributed by skl (1147) on Mar 10, 2004.
Softskin Technology is used to create enemies with bouncing bellies, blinking eyes, stretching tentacles and snapping jaws. From Prehistoric Raptors to the evolved Flesh Eaters to the Mother of all beasts seen here.
Over 24 Devastating Weapons
Unload multiple ricocheting shotgun shells with the Shredder. Send brains flying with the skull drilling Cerebral Bore. Stomp enemies while riding an artillery-mounted Triceratops!
Hunt Up to 15 Other Players
Multi-player deathmatches over network or Internet. Supports GameSpy out of the box.
They're smart enough to attack in groups, flee when they're outgunned, and know to take cover!
Real Time Flinch Generation
Enemies flinch and spasm differently every time depending on which body part you hit.
Huge Luscious Levels
6 Quest Levels and 26 Multi-player levels cover 30 virtual square miles including the Port of Adia, the Death Marshes, and Lair of the Blind Ones.
Contributed by JPaterson (9096) on Aug 27, 2003.