Reviews and Problems with Timesplitters: Future Perfect
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BEST GAME EVER
futurereviewer , GameStop
15 October 2012
Summary: When this game first came out i wanted it. Sadly my parents said M was not for me so i had to wait a few years to get it. After a year went by i didn't really want it. A bit later i went to game stop and saw it on the 10 $ shelf. I thought What the heck and bought it. Not after playing it for 2 hours did i realize that this game was MY FAVORITE GAME OF ALL TIME!
Summary: This is a wonderful game. This game is packed with a great story, addicting multiplayer, hilarious characters, and awesome weapons and maps! No matter what, you can always find a new way to have fun in this game.
Summary: This is the best first person shooting game I have ever played in my life. Epic story, create your own maps and story, differents eras shooting each other. Just awesome. The only fault to this game is that there is some bugs and glitches, which most of them does not matter, and which barely happens. Aside from that, this game is awesome. I can't wait for Timesplitters 4.
Summary: I have the 2nd timesplitters and when i got this one i was blown away! Graphics are great everything is great! I think the story mode could of been a little longer the story mode was extremely short i got it 3 days ago and i beat it last night. The challanges and arcade league are very hard and fun.... there is 150 characters in this game! So you gotta buy it man! just a great game!!! TIME TO SPLIT!
Summary: This game is pretty cool. Story mode is really hard, multiplayer is very fun, and challenge mode is good. This game has over 200 unlockable playable characters. The characters are funny and cool. The weapons in the game are awesome, from shot guns to laser sniper rifles. The weapons date back to the 1800's to the the future! The big thing of this game is every level has a different genre. Horror, robots, war, aliens.
Summary: Free Radical Design hits TimeSplitters: Future Perfect right on the nose. I've clocked at least fifty hours on this game, (twenty-one straight once!) and still am loving this game. There are thirteen levels in the campaign, each of which can be played in single player or co-op, on one of three difficulties (Easy, Normal, Hard). In contrast to TimeSplitters 2, the previous game in the TimeSplitters series, Future Perfect actually has, and follows, a real storyline.