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Turok 2: Seeds of Evil (N64)
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  • Description
    Sure, he defeated the Campaigner in the first installment, but can he take out the Primagen? In this sequel to the immensely popular TUROK: Dinosaur Hunter, Turok unwittingly awakens an enemy that has been imprisoned in a spacecraft at the planet's core. In order to keep the Primagen from escaping, Turok most keep the wall between Earth and the netherworld secure … and that's just not going to be easy. Trek through seven huge Quest Mode levels, including the "Port of Adia," and the "Underground Abyss." There are over 30 enemies to battle, each with unique AI, and there are an additional five bosses, each of which is unbelievably vicious (especially the Queen Mantis!). Of course, you won't have to go it alone, as your list of 24 weapons include the War Blade, Scorpion Missile, Firestorm Cannon, Storm Bow, and many more. You'll have to choose your weapons carefully, however, because not all items work on all enemies! This update on TUROK brings more realistic and intelligent enemies to the table, and advanced, real-time animations to amp up the experience. Supports up to four players in three Deathmatch modes. 



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    TIPS AND TRICKS

    Big Hands and Feet Mode 
    To give the creatures in T2 big hands and feet, simply enter the following at the cheat entry screen and activate it in the Cheat Menu: STOMPEM

    Big Head Mode 
    Go to the "enter cheat" menu and enter the following code. Then start a new game and push start to access the cheat menu.

    UBERNOODLE -- Big Head Mode. Will make all the enemies' heads a lot bigger.

    Blackout Mode 
    To play in Blackout Mode simply enter the following at the cheat entry screen and activate it in the Cheat Menu: LIGHTSOUT

    Gouraud Mode 
    Enter the following code at the code entry screen and all textures will be replaced by simple colored gouraud-shading: WHATSATEXTUREMAP

    Harmless Zombies 
    Are the dead men in level 2 killing you too many times? If you turn the blood color to "off," then the won't throw their bloody limbs at you, making it MUCH easier to kill the dead sisters.

    Invincibility 
    Successfully complete the game and save. Then, enter GAMEGOD as a code.

    Lock Spring "Fix" In Turok 2, your crosshairs move to the default position if you move forward or backward, even with the lock spring option turned off, unless you are holding the analog in a direction the whole time. Some gamers may find this annoying, but there is a way to fix it.

    Remember the warning in the front of every instruction booklet? "Do not hold the analog while turning the system on!" Well, if you hold "down" just a little bit on the analog while turning the system on, it will be tricked into thinking that that is the default analog position. So when you play the game and stand still, you will look up very very slowly, but the lock spring will be "fixed," 
    and will never spring back to default again.

    Pen-and-Ink Mode 
    To get the good old pen-and-ink mode from Turok 1, enter the following at the cheat entry screen:
    IGOTABFA

    Shoot the Birds 
    Before you say "duh, I knew that!" -- did you know that there is a purpose to killing the seagulls in Level 1? If the one gate that's not opening on top of the ladder near the city bugs you, shoot down all the birds and it will open.

    Stick Men Mode 
    To get every enemy to be tall and skinny, enter HOLASTICKBOY at the Cheat Menu.

    Tiny Enemy Code 
    Want to have every creature be the size of a Compy? No problem, simply enter: PIPSQUEAK at the code entry screen.

    Unlimited Ammunition 
    Successfully complete the game and save. Then, enter DONTSTOCKUP as a code.

    Unlimited Lives 
    Successfully complete the game and save. Then, enter ICANTDIE as a code.

    Unlock Cheats 
    Everytime you finish a level in Turok 2, one cheat in the game's Cheat Menu will become unlocked. To switch the cheats on or off, simply go into the Cheat Menu. Here are some of the level codes:

    Level 1: Frooty Stripes 
    Level 2: Pen and Ink Mode 
    Level 3: Gouraud Mode