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A great action shooter

Turok 2: Seeds of Evil is a 1998 action game, the sequel to the successful Turok: Dinosaur Hunter. You play as a hero who has to save another planet from the alien invasion. After Turok defeated Chronocepter, throwing him into the vulcano, the producers put him in charge again to deal with another dangerous monstruous creatures. The battles will be more ferocious, so the enemies. The weapons are more devastating, according to the rough nature of the fights. Among them there are included: the lethal Razor Wind, The Mine Layer (an interesting gun which launches a green and red light that explodes), the Cerebral Bore (a genuine skull driller), Plasma Rifle (shoots three units of plasma that will explode when they reach the target), the Tranzquilizer Gun, the Firestorm Canon (very efficient), Shotguns, Scorpion Missile Launcher, and so forth. As you can see, the weapons arsenal is very large, and this contributes to the variety that dominates this game. You will fight also with primitive weapons (bows, swords) and as you proceed, some of the most sophisticated guns will be unlocked, as described before. The textures and the effects are absolutely amazing, being created with maximum attention. The controls are better in this sequel, and you will be more precise when it comes to aiming and shooting the aliens. The sounds are doing very well their duty to make the player more involved into the absorbing action. So, play Turok 2, if you want a real action shooter game!
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Turok 2: Seeds of Evil (pc game)
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