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: 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.
Excerpt: This is the best game i own for ps2. Timesplitters is an extremely good first person shooting game. You play as Srgnt Cortez who travels through time trying to destroy the time crystals before they were ever made. He also meets with himself from the future, these cutout scenes are hilarious. The story mode is the best pert of this game though it is only 13 levels long.
Pros: lots of characters, lots of modes challenging and great two player modes
Excerpt: TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is probobly the best 'cheap' game on PS2 and possibly on every other console. It combines first person shooter with great gameplay and thousands of weapons ranging from the 9mm pistol to heatseeker and monkey gun. There are several modes of play: Story mode - where you play as Cortez, or if you're playing 2player co-op story, player 2 plays as the R-110, a futuristic robot whose programming was altered by Cortez, to make it 'good.
Excerpt: This in my opinion is one of the best PS2 games on the market, you can play it again and again and it never gets bored, it has more or less no lifespan, this isbecuase of the arcade mode, it is fully customisable, you can choose the players, weapons, music, loction and type of game. The location however do need some more work doing to them, becuase it is clear to see that they have re-modelled the original maps for example the Mexican Mission on future perfect is much...
Pros: Arcade games fully adaptable, unlimited lifespan
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 happening.