Reviews and Problems with TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
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Great game, absurd price!
Luis Gonzales, Amazon
14 December 2013
Summary: I remember playing this game on my old PS2. It was so much fun. I spent hours with my friends playing the series. I still have my old PS2 and recently I thought about looking into buying a copy of one of my childhood favorite games. Sadly, I was shocked when i went on to Amazon and saw the prices people were listing this game at. $90? Are you serious? You can't hardly even consider this game a collectors item yet. Maybe in another ten years.
Summary: This game is fun until you try other shooters. You can’t jump in this game, and that makes it feel basic. Other than that, fun. From the creators of GOLDENEYE 007 you have TimeSplitters, which is fun, however you need 2 or more people to play with to enjoy the most.
Summary: Well, admiting the fact this game is for ps2, which i have picked up again due to severe boredness, this game is excellent stuff. The gameplay is very fun (arcade modes are the best) and it provides hours of fun. Especially with friends. Although maybe, the novelty does wear off slightly when you take a look at the graphics, which aren't brilliant, but it is a game for the ps2 so standards cant be set that high anymore :P Also the sound and music is quite poor.
Summary: Other reviewers have comprehensively described the game, so all I want to say is that I played the first Timesplitters to death and loved it but was a little disappointed with this after high expectations, and found it to be nowhere near as addictive.
Summary: This series began as nothing more than a template for something amazing. With the first one, the single player was a souless kill fest, while the multiplayer showed great potential, even though the game had rather tacky graphics. 'Splitters 2 expanded on this, providing the most balanced and fun multiplayer for a long time, with a more expanded single player section. The graphics also evolved with this. Now, Future Perfect.
Excerpt: "What type of game is it?- this game is a first person shooter which contains some crude but likeable humour. You play Cortez an agent from the future, you start out by returning from a quest where you had to secure a collection of crystals that power a time machine. Once you return with the crystals, you're sent hopping through time in an attempt to prevent mankind's current conflict--a losing battle against creatures of unknown origin--from ever ...
timesplitters future, past and present perfect!!!!
Aaron Elder "Airs", amazon.co.uk
26 October 2006
Summary: Timesplitters future perfect is the third installment in this series of E.A games. It gives you the chance to step back into the shoes of the hero cortez in his battle to defeat the splitters in the past, present and the future. The levels take place from the 20th to 25th century with a wide range of arsenal and vehicles at your disposable. Fight save the world with yourself as an ally.... I know its confusing but fantastic fun with hundreds of hours of gameplay.
Summary: The first 2 timesplitter games were very impressive, but they were nothing compared to this. This game I think is one of the best first person gun games because: You can control many vehicles such as a Goliath robot. The amazing mapmaker is back with even better graphics. The arcade still has an amazing style of games, but it does not flametag, which is a real shame because I really liked flametag. There a more guns, like the baseball bat and the monkey gun.