Summary: I asked for this game for Christmas when it was released back in 2007 after being caught up by all the hype, but then promptly forgot all about it. I recently re-discovered it on my shelf gathering dust and because I felt guilty as someone (I don't even remember who) had paid good money for it, I...
Summary: Brilliant game this is a game u can play over and over again without getting bored but some of the missions can be abit tiresome but very good game and very well put together and well thought out.
Innovative ways of killing your enemies... with time!
Raul Leite, Amazon
6 December 2010
Summary: The best feature of Timeshift is, of course, the ability to play with the time abilities of the suit and try out different ways of doing the levels. Otherwise, a run of the mill FPS with your standard weaponry, allies and enemies.
Summary: I had never heard of this game but liked what I saw in the customer reviews. What a blast! The graphics are pretty good (a bit grey, for atmosphere) and run as smooth as silk on my mid spec PC. The effects when "time shift" is engaged are really impressive.
Summary: I bought Timeshift after seeing it advertised on the manual of the original FEAR as it is from the same publishers, Sierra. FEAR introduced me to the ability to slow down time which I found very enjoyable and Timeshift claimed to take this further.
Summary: Overall this is a game worth trying out especially now that it is so cheap. The graphics and sound are still fairly decent and get the job done, the gameplay is good - many of the situations would be overwhelmingly difficult, but the power to alter the flow of time for short bursts allows you a lot...
Summary: FPS players are always on the lookout for something different, and Timeshift seems to promise a lot, just going by the opening section which is set in a crumbling, dystopic urban milieu in a parallel universe! Wow, great opening premise.
Summary: and if it hadn't been trying to be so Half Life 2 it might have been a bit more successful. At some points you really feel like you are playing HL2, although they also seem to have borrowed the fire extinguishers from FEAR as well.