TimeSplitters: Future Perfect Image

Generally favorable reviews - based on 39 Critics

User Score

Universal acclaim- based on 118 Ratings

Summary: In TimeSplitters Future Perfect, victory is in the hands of the player's past, present, and future self in a battle that stretches throughout time where humanity is on the brink of destruction from the malevolent TimeSplitters. Cortez--the tough-as-nails hero from previous installments--finds himself in a frantic race against time in a desperate bid to trace the origin of the TimeSplitters and save mankind. This third installment of the best-selling franchise will feature hundreds of hours of gameplay and an improved Story mode that ties all the missions together, immersing gamers in an epic adventure between the years of 1914 and 2401. Innovative "meet yourself" time travel gameplay lets players be their own ally by teaming up with past and future versions of themselves. The game also will allow two players to fight through the Story in Co-op mode, and features extensive Challenge and Arcade modes, and a Multiplayer mode that allows gamers to battle in 16-player death match online on the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system. In addition, gamers will experience an improved Map Maker feature allowing them to easily create and play their own maps and share them online. TimeSplitters Future Perfect promises to be one of the deepest arcade shooters on the console with hundreds of unlockables, more realistic environments, spectacular special effects, high quality animated cut scenes, an improved physics engine, smarter enemy AI, and much more. [Electronic Arts]
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Rating: M
Developer: Free Radical Design
Genre(s): Action
Connectivity:Broadband Only Online System Link
Customization:Downloadable Content Editing Tools
ESRB Descriptors:Blood and Gore Violence
Number of Online Players:16 Players Online
Number of Players:1-4 Players
Offline Modes:Competitive Cooperative Team Oriented
Online Modes:Competitive Team Oriented
Resolution:480p Widescreen
Sound:Dolby Pro Logic II
Special Controllers:Headset Multi-Tap
Cast Credit
Aidan Wilson Artists
James Cunliffe Head Of Animation
Steve Ellis Directed By
Karl Hilton Head Of Art
Graeme Norgate Music And Sound
Ben Newman Lead Character Artist
Brad Warren Artists
Sarah Mennell Voice Talent (Anya)
Laurence Bouvard Voice Talent
Ian Porter Voice Talent
Andrew Rayson Tools Programmers
Tristan Reidford Lead Artist
Alex Crowhurst Cutscene Animators
Curtis Fell Additional Animation
Andrew Lawson Lead Cutscene Animator
Ross Tregenza Additional Music
Scott Robinson Artists
Tom Clarke Hill Voice Talent (Cotez)
Jeremy Taylor Additional Music
Dave Doak Directed By
Charlie Cole Senior Programmers
Max Dyckhoff Senior Programmers
Tom Papados Senior Programmers
Miles Clapham Senior Programmers
Mark Logan Senior Programmers
Damien Chin Senior Programmers
David Conley Senior Programmers
Paul Hanshew Tools Programmers
Andrew Birdsall Additional Programming
Tim Furnish Additional Programming
Steven Lewis Lead Level Sutup
Neil Walker Level Setup
Dominic Butler Level Setup
Jake Gumbleton Character Artists
Nick Carver Character Artists
Mark O'Kane Character Artists
Stephen Davison Character Artists
Dan Evans Artists
Roger Bohl Artists
Mark Lack Artists
Craig Collins Artists
James Mohan Artists
Stephen Cooper Artists
Damon Tasker Lead In-Game Animator
Andrew Murray In-Game Animators
Chad Ellis Cutscene Animators
JoJo Young Cutscene Animators
Javier Moratinos Cutscene Animators
Martin Keywood Project Management
Christian Marcussen Music
Steve Croker Additional Music
Wayne Forester Voice Talent (Jacob Crow)
Lee Spink Voice Talent
Mac Macdonald Voice Talent
Melanie Bond Voice Talent
Bill Roberts Voice Talent
Lynsey Beauchamp Voice Talent
Martin T Sherman Voice Talent
Alanis Peart Voice Talent
Ben Talbot Voice Talent
Stever Hill Voice Talent
Jo Upton Voice Talent
Mark Sorrell Voice Talent
Rob Burman Voice Talent
Alex Hood Level Setup
Lorelei King Voice Talent
Michael French Voice Talent
Andrew Hunt In-Game Animators
Simon Scott Additional Animation
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Awards & Rankings

#16 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2005
#52 Most Shared PS2 Game of 2005