Reviews and Problems with TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
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awsome2345 , GameStop
19 March 2011
Summary: this game is real cool.It has great graphics and somtimes hard. for example the last level you have to kill crow AKA the bad guy. You have to pertect your partner cause if he dies you have to start over.
Summary: I always enjoed the Timesplitters series.This game has a humerous campaign. Compared to the other Timesplitter games this one is not cartoony if you get my lingo. The campaign features 2 player splitscreen c-op(YAH!) and a 4 player splitscreen multiplayer with up to 10 AI BOTS. Each ai bot can have its own difficulty setting as well as its own multiplayer skin/suit/coustume what ever you want to call it.
Summary: The Timesplitters games are taken to a new level with the 3rd instalment in the series, Free radical design are part of crytek so have worked on the crysis games for consoles and the disappointing Haze game for ps3. This is a fun and interesting shooter looking very clean on the Xbox, a reasonable price with great graphics, even i 2014 you can appreciate the care put into the facial animations.
Summary: When this game first launched it was amazing and still is! The COOP/Split Screen is a great feature and the story is perfect for it's time. Though, My intentions was to buy it for the Xbox 360 yet this game is sadly not compatible with it.
Absolutely Brilliant! An XBOX classic, possibly under-rated.
Luke Approved!, amazon.co.uk
20 February 2013
Summary: This game is typically awesome! So many characters...so many environments for such an old(ish) game. The game itself pulls you through time with the lead character, Cortez - who reminds me somewhat of Riddick (or vis versa!). The biggest overhaul of this game is that to create levels to use in multi-player against your friends or the computer.
Excerpt: "I remember when I was younger, sitting down with my brother to play this game for hours on end. The game itself compels the player to continue playing by the dazzling array of weapons and monsters. The campaign is nice and long, and it's even co-op which is the icing on the cake. Well, not only is the campaign great but multiplayer has tons of fun modes, and there's a quite detailed and easy to use map editor which allows you to create turret terminals, ...
Summary: I've had this on the PS2 for years now and my brother recently got it on the Xbox,differences?,well the Xbox version is sharper and the colours are more vivid,one thing that was glaringly obvious are the textures,they're much sharper and detailed on the Xbox,one example,the cutscene where Anya is at her console displaying the map of Scotland in 1924 is sharp and well defined,the PS2 version is lo-res and blocky,likewise there is stitching on the General's straps,stubble...