When the Primagen's Lightship was destroyed in Turok 2: Seeds of Evil the resulting explosion created a shockwave throughout the universe. This effect nearly ended the life of Oblivion, a 'thing' that drifts through space, consuming anything that ends up in its way. Also during this explosion, a new world was created. In this world lies the Turok family tree, and Oblivion knows that the only way the pain the lies within can be stopped is to destroy the Turok line.
The third title in the Turok series allows you to choose who will become the successor of the Turok lineage, either Danielle Fireseed or her brother Joseph. Each has unique paths through the same levels, as Joseph's small size allows him to fit into air ducts to take the low road, while Danielle's magnetic grappling hook allows her to take the high road. Each also has unique upgrades to basic weapons. While Danielle's shotgun upgrade coats the shrapnel in napalm to immolate anything they touch, Joseph's instead charges them with electricity, causing them to ricochet off of walls and floors. The story is told through in-game cutscenes with highly detailed models. There are no keys to collect this time around, as each level leads linearly into the next.
Turok 2's multiplayer mode returns, and includes the ability to add computer controlled bots. Each playable character in multiplayer mode has a unique set of weapons they can use.
Bruce Cooner (who thanks: Hope Son; The Boozle; Maestro; Dieck; Bob; NateNBabs; Reann; Thom; Silki; MS and the whole ER crew), Jim Richardson (‑Designer.Respect>BicyclesBulldogsofallTypesBrokenHandsAndHeartsLoneStarRedsEmosDKLACMBMMJRPDRRIPDMJ.), Mat T. Kraemer (Thanks Mom+Pop; Sis; Larry; Lisa; Tommy Shnack; Gouki and Rockman. "hadoken" Arcades make the world go round" - MK), Matt Warchola ([Bennett] - "Do not follow where the path may lead... Instead go where there is no path and leave a trail..." - Ralph Waldo Emerson), Michael Huey (Mom; Dad and my Brother Don. My lady Andrea for her patience. All of my friends who believed.)
Digital Productions Artist:
Don Hogan (Thanks to Shelly; the little Hogan[s] and everyone else who encouraged me! =D)