Summary: this is a fun game, no doubt. the controls are at first, difficult, but you slowly get use to them. the story mode is way to short, and a bigger downside, in story mode, you don't get to choose your weapons, you just get what they give you. ive always found a nice sniper rifle very useful and fun.
Summary: This game was one of the better ps2 games I had bought at first but then as my friends I played it more and more I grew bored of it. The game has a definite sense of humor when it comes to the characters and can choose and even the challenges in challenge mode.
Summary: In a word, somewhat. TS(Time Splitters) is one of the 24 PS2 launch titles. And having bought 20 of them I can say with much confidence that it's definately NOT the best. At most TS is a semi entertaining first person shooter that has a very rushed feeling.
Looks dated now but one of the most addictive games developed
3 September 2011
Excerpt: I played this game for hours years ago when I had my freidns round, 4 of us would connect up to a muti-tap and play multiplayer, But on single player this game realy is basic. Lets be honest even if you was going to, you wouldent but this game now to play, its just to old and dated, but at the time...
Excerpt: Timesplitters is a shooter for the Playstation 2 developed by Free Radical. Lets get this out of the way now, this game is not story driven at all if you are looking for an immersive story driven shooter with a wonderful plot and loveable characters this will most certainly disappoint you!
Not stood the test of time thanks to superior sequels
9 May 2009
Excerpt: Generally, FPS games don't have a very good track record at all, and it wasn't really until the release of Halo that this stereotype changed. However, you do every so often come across a good FPS game, and whilst Timesplitters very much pales in comparison to the brilliant sequel, it's still a good...
Excerpt: *A review that focuses primarily on the single-player experience of TimeSplitters.* From a developer consisting of employees who had worked on the quality N64 FPS titles Goldeneye 007 and Perfect Dark comes a fairly comprehensive game of the same genre for the PS2.
Excerpt: One of the ealiest titles released for the PS2 but doesn't look dated now. It's a first person shooter that's stripped down to run at break neck speed. The game is set in time periods for each level between 1935 and 2035, and the plot is that you are a timetraveller and have to fetch items from each...
Summary: The graphics are excellent and the story mode is really good. The only problem I found it was to easy to finish all the levels in this mode. I read somewhere you can have up 24 different levels, but that has been manipulated.