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Published on Jun 10, 2009
Turok: Dinosaur Hunter is a FPS released for the N64 in 1997, which later had a PC release in about the same year as the N64 version. As the first Turok, named Tal'Set, you must stop the evil Campaigner from using the power of the Chronoscepter to rule the Lost Land, and also the entire universe. This game was made by Iguana Entertainment, one of the few good companies working for Acclaim at that time.
The game is played on Hard difficulty ,and the Chronoscepter pieces will be collected as well. I'm unsure if I'm going to get both of the same Chronoscepter piece at Level 7, because that level actually has two Chronoscepter pieces there.
This is Level 7: The Lost Land. Funny how this level is called that even though the whole world which this game takes place in is called The Lost Land. No time to ponder such a thing anyways.
Wave goodbye to the Ancient Warriors and Campaigner's Soldiers, because Treetop Village was their final appearance in the game. The demons in this level are tougher versions of the Ancient Warriors and the High Priests, called Demons and Demon Lords respectively. This also introduces Raptors wielding fireball guns, which take more punishment than their non-cybernetic counterparts. There's also the beefy Triceratops as well, although only one is found in this level. I am a bit more conservative with ammo, so I run past several enemies towards the end of the level. Then again, this is hard mode, where enemies take more punishment and they drop absolutely nothing when killed.
Sadly, I don't get both Chronoscepter pieces in this level. I know one of them is somewhere in this level, in a previous area I've been to, but it's the same piece anyways and it will not complete the Chronoscepter, and since I got the Chronoscepter piece at the dreaded moving columns part of the level, there's really no point there.