Conclusion: All in all Timeshift is a well rounded package and offers a lengthy single player campaign and lots of hours over Xbox Live if multiplayer is your type of thing. Sadly most of you will pick it up next spring when the next games drought is bestowed upon from those great publishers in the sky and by then it will probably have lost some of its initial impact. In fact, it already had as I played it.
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Excerpt: If you were to hop in a time machine (if such a thing existed of course, which sadly it doesn’t) and travelled to a particular point in time, you would most likely see that TimeShift was set to be released as a last generation title and published by the ailing Atari. The game was then transformed into a shiny new generation offering, and due to their dire financial situation, Atari passed it along to Sierra who saw potential in its time control mechanics, and then did...
Conclusion: While it’s not the best-looking game we’ve seen this year, TimeShift sports some very nice visuals. The water effects are very nice (this is especially important since it rains a lot in this alternate reality), and most of the environments are beautifully rendered. Characters move and react realistically, particularly when you pump a few bullets into them.
Excerpt: Some games never see the light of day, failing to make it from the development studio and onto game store shelves. Some games, though, are given extra time; time that you'd assume would result in the final game being significantly better than it was originally going to be. Things move quickly in the current climate though, so tinkering with a product isn't always a wise move.
Conclusion: The multiplayer offers at least half a dozen different game modes and 14 maps to play on. There is dlc which adds more fun to play on(if only there was enough people to play with though). The game online offers the same functions as in singleplayer and the same weapons, but no vehicles. There is nothing more to say, and due to it been unpopular, it deserves 3 stars.