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Timesplitters
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Timesplitters

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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

ajlm, The Student Center
22 March 2005
  • Summary: The Game This first person shooter game has been building some heavy hype recently. Mostly because the publisher, Eidos, and developer, Free Radical, have been claiming that former Rare employees who worked on the award winning First Person Shooter, Goldeneye 007, are now working on this game.
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Overall 8
8.0

best multiplayer fps o the market

Ivana Humpalot, Amazon
21 December 2001
  • Summary: ok I know a bunch of goldeneye fanboys will rush up to me and kick the crap out of me when I say this, but it is 100% true. TimeSplitters is the best multiplayer first person shooter on the market. It is blindingly fast, has awesome graphics, and cool weopon design.
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Overall 8
8.0

Fast, fun, and furious- Timesplitters delivers the goods

"fredwinkle", Amazon
5 June 2001
  • Summary: Timesplitters, the first FPS on the Playstation 2 console is a perfectly well balanced shooter. The four player mode is as deadly is that of Goldeneye 007, and the single player mode offers tons of hidden things to unlock.
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Overall 8
8.0

More fun than a barrel of monkeys...gun toting monkeys even!

Gavin S. Richmond, Amazon
20 March 2001
  • Summary: Time Splitters is a first person shooter from some of the same people who worked on Goldeneye, and boy does it show! As soon as you get used to the initially awkward control scheme, you'll feel the same rush you get from playing the bond inspired FPS that defined console 3-D shooters, and although...
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Overall 8
8.0

More than meets the eye.

Adam N. Leonhardt "Adam Leonhardt", Amazon
5 February 2001
  • Summary: I'm going to admit up front that this game SERIOUSLY underwhelmed me at first. And the reason for that is because I didn't get what this game was designed to be. This is game is all about deathmatch and arena games. Period. Four stars for the multiplayer version alone? Yep.
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Overall 8
8.0

Time Splitters

Victor Correa "victorcorrea", Amazon
2 January 2001
  • Summary: Owning this game is like owning 2 or 3 games in one. The single player story is the weakest (mainly because there is no story-grab the bag/brain/whatever and get back out), but for a time killer this game is incredible.
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Overall 8
8.0

Want a helpful review or do you want sugar high gamers?

Frost, Amazon
30 December 2000
  • Summary: I'll tell you what you really want to know about this game. First of all there isn't really much of a storyline, all you know is that a race called TimeSplitters wants to destroy earth, or manipulate time or make ice cream, you just don't know.
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Overall 8
8.0

modern day Doom

ZappyZane "zappyzane", Amazon
21 December 2000
  • Summary: TimeSplitters, even the name is great, as my spare time has decreased substantially since buying this game. It isnt perfect, but gets damn close. As stated in other review, the graphics are good, if not outstanding; the sound is excellent, full stereo, plus great gun sounds; the gameplay is frantic,...
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Overall 8
8.0

Fastest paced game ever - the best action I've ever seen

Aaron, Amazon
21 November 2000
  • Summary: This game will bewilder you by its speed alone. I know the storyline and the single player mode lacks, but the extremely fast yet smooth play during the multiplayer is guaranteed to raise your heart-rate. This is the best multiplayer First Person Shooter (FPS) game ever.
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Overall 8
8.0

Laser-paced run-and-gun action!

T. Harks, Amazon
31 October 2000
  • Summary: TimeSplitters is one of the titles I risked fifty bucks on to break in my PS2 and, in my opinion, it was worth the risk. The controls take getting used to, utilizing both analog sticks as well as almost all the buttons in order to move, reload, and fire your period-based assortment of weapons.
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