Reviews and Problems with TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
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Timesplitters: Future Perfect
29 May 2012
Excerpt: TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is without a doubt a game that was followed closely by our editors. The development was in the hands on Free Radical Design, the guys that were responsible for Goldenee.
Excerpt: I’ve seen enough movies involving time travel to know it’s risky business. If you’re not careful you could create a time paradox, the results of which could start a chain reaction that would unravel the very fabric of the space time continuum, and destroy the entire universe!
Excerpt: The lineage of the Timesplitters games goes back to the heady days of the N64, when a certain development studio by the name of Rare created a certain First Person Shooter called Goldeneye for the spanking new Nintendo console.
Excerpt: Timesplitters: Future Perfect is the latest first person shooter to hit PS2 from Free Radical Design. You play as Cortez, a man who must travel back in time to save the future. As you travel all over time to different locations, you must prevent others from bringing evil with the power of time...
Excerpt: After the highly-anticipated Goldeneye: Rogue Agent failed to live up to expectations, people weren't sure what to expect from EA's TimeSplitters: Future Perfect. Sure the game was being developed by Free Radical, which is comprised of many members of the original GoldenEye team, but it had been...
Conclusion: You can play all of these games with bots of varying skill levels, though the bots are better gunmen than they are tacticians. In assault, for example, the bots on your team often seem to completely ignore the objectives and just shoot it out with the other team, leaving players to do all the dirty...
Pros: Tons of variety, Cortez is a great character, Story mode is fun and funny.
Cons: Story mode is pretty short, Bot AI isn't as good as it could be, The gameplay variants aren't really all that different from one another.
Conclusion: One of the less endearing aspects of TimeSplitters: Future Perfect has to do with its music. It's not bad by any means, but it certainly doesn’t get the player amped up during intense scenarios or areas of regressed activity during the single player adventure.