User Score
9.1

Universal acclaim- based on 39 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 37 out of 39
  2. Negative: 1 out of 39

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  1. Ian
    Apr 3, 2005
    6
    As the prison dietician said, "There's big fat pros & cons to be found here!". Future Perfect is a good-looking game on the Gamecube although it sometimes lacks in detail to go with the pretty colours on the surface. It's smooth to play thanks to the excellent control system and it's an undoubted blast right from the very outset. The variety on offer seems to be good as As the prison dietician said, "There's big fat pros & cons to be found here!". Future Perfect is a good-looking game on the Gamecube although it sometimes lacks in detail to go with the pretty colours on the surface. It's smooth to play thanks to the excellent control system and it's an undoubted blast right from the very outset. The variety on offer seems to be good as you're given the option to drive several vehicles, take control of various static weaponry and play the game form the perspective of your past and future self. However, if you examine this variation it is rather shallow. All the vehicles handle the same, the weaponry on offer looks ace but performs pretty badly and the multiple-time line approach to the gameplay seems to be an excuse to not have to design another scenario but instead force you to play the exact same section twice. Even the aforementioned smooth control system is hindered by the lack of visual bounce when you walk - it's like you're hovering or skating along at all times and for something so basic to be missing is very disappointing for a game of this magnitude. This would be forgivable if the game was huge but the fact is that, as has always been the case in Timesplitters games, the single player story mode is woefully short both of missions and indeed story. Yes the cooperative mode does enhance the fun that can be had while it lasts, and the nicely humorous characters (especially the Riddick-esque Cortez) combined with sometimes surprisingly spectacular levels (loved the haunted mansion!) ensure that your experience will be a very fun one. However, there is simply no getting away from the fact that outside of the multi-player aspects there is very little on offer. I'd advise a rental before buying, or maybe JUST a rental. Expand
  2. Oct 4, 2013
    7
    I think that its a great game and the only thing wrong withit is that u can't play online.....can't wait for timersplitters rewind comes out for the next systems at least online will be available there
Metascore
82

Generally favorable reviews - based on 32 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 29 out of 32
  2. Negative: 0 out of 32
  1. Every aspect of the game feels polished and ready to go, whether it's the single-player story, the online multiplayer, the numerous unlockables, or the custom mapmaker. This is one of those rare Jack-of-all-trades that has actually mastered them all.
  2. As forgettable as the story mode is, this is a game that should be judged by the pleasure it can bring to a room full of gamers eager for furious arena combat and a splendid variety of team games. And judged by those criteria, it has few peers. [Apr 2005, p.94]
  3. Almost exactly what we wanted it to be. Story mode and single-player antics are diverting enough but the game excels in multiplayer, offering fast-paced thrills that only the highlights of the "Unreal" series can really contest. [March 2005, p.122]