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Turok Evolution Pour PlayStation 2

Turok Evolution Pour PlayStation 2
alaAverage 1.5

4 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Turok Evolution Pour PlayStation 2. The average rating for this product is 1.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 30/100.

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Consumer review (

An Utter Letdown


Let me begin by saying this: I tried to like this game. I was excited to play it. But to put it shortly, in light of all the prerelease hype surrounding this game, to call it a pile of **** would be a compliment.

It doesn't start your console on fire, Box art is satisfyingly scary, Multiplayer

Just about everything else

Sep, 2006

Consumer review (

The last nail in turok's coffin.


Being a fan of T2, seeds of evil, and awestruck by the cover art, I had high hopes for this. Sadly my impressionability was my undoing as the cover art is easily the best thing on offer for this supremely unexciting first-person shooter.

The cover art is impressive

The gameplay is on par with protozoan bladder infections

Aug, 2005

Consumer review (

Nothing you haven't already played before.


You know it's funny that the original "Turok: Dinosaur Hunter" still remains the best game in the series, and it was released over five years ago. It had everything you could possibly want in a first-person shooter (FPS); gloomy settings, plenty of...

Some cool levels, funny death scenes, great multiplayer games

Sketchy A.I., no atmosphere, pop-up everywhere, pointless flying missions

Sep, 2002

Consumer review (

Turok: Evolution PS2 - Rushed, rushed...and barely playable



the detail put into the surroundings are really nice

can barely control flying levels, very repetitive, gets boring

Aug, 2002