Reviews and Problems with TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
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Fast dispatch and delivery. However copy of game is a promotional copy
Joel Morter, amazon.co.uk
5 February 2014
Summary: Dispatch and delivery was fast. However copy of game is a promotional copy not for resale. I did receive the copy still in its plastic cover with genuine Xbox seal on the side of game showing that the game hadn't been used before. Although i am unsure of whether i would be the first owner of this copy of the game or the distributor of the game would be. Thus infringing on the reselling of this game?
Excerpt: "Timesplitters : Future perfect , is the third in the series of the timsplitters saga. And im here to tell you, this ones the best so far. Basic storyline is that you are Cortez , from timesplitter 2 , and once again you are in deadlock against the timesplitters. An evil race bent on the destruction of mankind. And throughout the story mode, you are travelling back and forth in time looking for answers to the ongoing time-travelling of the twisted ...
Summary: I was never really a fan of the first Timesplitters game so I sort of stumbled into the second game and surprisingly loved it. This did however mean I had high expectations for this instalment, thankfully I was not disappointed. Firstly it looks great. Timesplitters has a pretty cartoony look that works perfectly with the humour of the characters and situations they find themselves in.
Summary: I personally loveeeee timesplitters games. They have so many characters you never get bored. on this the graphics are improved and i think the one player is more smartly done whereas on the first one you just get the feeling your some weird time traveller... but there's more smartness to this. I think the characters are well done, i borrowed this game of a freind and i just played deerhunter.. the creepy eyes.
Summary: After playing Time Splitters 2 on the Gamecube i thought that Future Perfect had a few bugs to iron out. For starters anyone that has played Golden Eye or Halo may find this FPS a little too fast for their liking. It took me a while to get used to it my self. The game has a fairly interesting story involving time travelling to different era's of history which is a nice change from the whole "Run 'N' Gun" type of FPS games out there.
Excerpt: "The man known simply as Cortez makes a triumphant return in TimeSplitters Future Perfect, which will also be his gravesite on the current generation of hardware. Like any FPS title with a story or campaign mode, the universe in which TimeSplitters takes place is in risk of growing extinct at the hands of those who slice up and juxtapose time as a hobby. Studying the origin and whereabouts of the TimeSplitters throughout time is an important piece ...
Excerpt: "Time for death... Time splitters is now quite a long running franchise. Having played all the games on both PS2 and Xbox I can honestly say that it has should the test of time well and is a good FPS to go out there and buy! I'll give my opinion of the 2 main functions of the game: Firstly - Story Mode As with the other Time games the story is very similar, you find yourself leaping from life to life facing mirror images that were not your own, ...
Summary: Nobody should buy this game for an intense and worthwhile story mode. The unlockables are dissappointing, the levels uninspired and you only get to be one character for the whole thing. But the multi-players are well worth the money. You can choose from a wide array of characters and they are entertaining. The bad points? The challenges are off the wall and too difficult, and some of the characters are too similar too each other. Still a good game though!
Summary: My brother a while ago bought timesplitters 2, and looking back at it there is a distinctive difference between the two. First, graphically speaking this excels. Enhanced detail means cutscenes, guns and characters are in fantastic condition, adding to the comedy genre the game loosely carries. There are more unlockables than its predecessor, including cheats, guns, characters and maps, but to do this you must master the fun (and infuriating) challenge and arcade mode.
Summary: Future Perfect is the best first person shooter I've played since GoldenEye. The single player game is a bit of a dissapointment since, even on the hardest difficulty setting, it's incredibly easy. It almost feels as if the chaps at Free Radical just slapped on the story mode for the hell of it. But playing alone was never the focus of the TimeSplitters games. Multiplayer is the name of the game here.