Summary: The third entry in the "TimeSplitters" series, "Future Perfect" is by far the best. This simplistic yet highly satisfying shooting gallery has excitement and humor in equal parts, and one of the best lead characters to ever grace a game of this type. If you like to bust caps and laugh out loud, then this game is most definitely a bullet with your name on it.
Summary: it should be noted first and foremost that the single-player story mode in this game is weak. it's amusing the first time through, but it doesn't really make you want to come back and play again. The co-op story mode is essentially the same, just with more bad guys (and one of you has to play as the sidekick). however... the multiplayer in this game is exceptional.
Summary: Now I'm not a gamer (or a serious gamer) by any means--I just like playing them occasionally on Xbox, but TimeSplitters has always been one of my favorites. Not only is it intriguing, full of action and super awesome graphics, but it's enjoyable and fun too. Like the Halo series, TimeSplitters is acclaimed and just as animated, but unlike Halo this game has a lot more fun parts to it. Great series=Great game.
Summary: I owned Timesplitters 2 on the GameCube, and I liked it. The difference between that game and this, the next in the series, is pretty vast. An important thing to me is that a game have a decent storyline to it. Now, that's important to ME; if you don't find that necessary then that's fine. But with TS2 I was completely lost as to what was going on in the Story Mode.
Summary: Timesplitters Future Perfect just flatout blew me away. I'd already been playing and loving Timesplitters 2 and so I of course had to get this. It's a bit easier than TS 2, but that's okay because TS 2 was aggravatingly hard in most parts. It's also gorier, now with bloodspray! Hot! The weapons are cool, but nothing I wasn't expecting from a TS game. The addition of a baseball bat makes for some interesting rounds.