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  • 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 previousIn 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] Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 37 out of 39
  2. Negative: 0 out of 39
  1. So say what you will about TimeSplitters being too arcadey or too cartoony or not serious enough—I'll just be over here having a hell of a time. Last I checked, that's what games were for.
  2. Pelit (Finland)
    92
    An intensive 3D shooter with a twist or two. The plot does not make much sense, but it is entertaining. [Mar. 05]
  3. 90
    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.
  4. Free Radical still offers up a fantastic experience that will make you laugh, cry, laugh some more, and feel like a kooky bad ass from the future.
  5. Play Magazine
    80
    What this game contains that is totally removed from everything else out there is a quirky, infectious, humorous character, one that seems to deeply reflect the personality of its makers. When you play it, you really sense a stamp of originality and zany flavor in its presentation and structure. [March 2005, p.48]
  6. Cheat Code Central
    80
    The main, single player story mode may be the biggest disappointment in TimeSplitters: Future Perfect but it makes a decent training mode for the variety of other fun offline and online modes.
  7. 60
    Lacks some of the technological prowess of other shooters, but its personality and extras keep its head above water.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 40 out of 42
  2. Negative: 0 out of 42
  1. AlS
    Apr 5, 2005
    10
    Nothing but the best FPS game on the market. Absolutely DESTROYS Halo in every catagory. I can't recommend it enough!
  2. Sep 8, 2010
    10
    The best game in Time Splitters history
  3. AlexD.
    Jun 18, 2005
    10
    This is one of the best first person shooters i have ever played on the PS2! It is mostly a run and gun like serious sam for the pc but has a This is one of the best first person shooters i have ever played on the PS2! It is mostly a run and gun like serious sam for the pc but has a great Co-Op system which makes it even more incredible! The best part is the muitiplayer. Sure the arcade is fun, but only to an extent. There is nothing like a 4 player shooting experience with over 150 characters and TONS of different guns and different muti player options such as deathmatch and vampire. This is a must own for First Person Shooter fans and it will be VERY fun with your friends! Expand
  4. Sep 9, 2013
    10
    the best FPS i have ever played and will ever play. no nostalgia as well as every time i go back and play some couch co op with mates i stillthe best FPS i have ever played and will ever play. no nostalgia as well as every time i go back and play some couch co op with mates i still have a blast! Expand
  5. Apr 9, 2017
    10
    My childhood. One of the greatest FPS series of all time. Shame Crytek UK went under and we never got a timesplitters 4 :( - Definitely preferMy childhood. One of the greatest FPS series of all time. Shame Crytek UK went under and we never got a timesplitters 4 :( - Definitely prefer this over TS2 Expand
  6. Apr 1, 2017
    9
    9.5 - A game about fun really. It has such a unique selection of characters and story mode is coop and is very GoldenEye-like. Voice-acting is9.5 - A game about fun really. It has such a unique selection of characters and story mode is coop and is very GoldenEye-like. Voice-acting is pretty funny as well, and music is fantastic. Expand
  7. MarkJ.
    Mar 30, 2005
    5
    Looks nice. but it breaks some of the good stuff from TS1 and TS2. continuous checkpoints mean that you can't get back very far, which Looks nice. but it breaks some of the good stuff from TS1 and TS2. continuous checkpoints mean that you can't get back very far, which seems bad if you are nearly dead at checkpoint. but since the game is so much more shallow than previous games, actually it doesnt matter. lots of locked door and other contrived things keep the game strictly on rails.(is this a memory limitation on the PS2?) of course, the game engine rocks, so the multiplayer deathmatch etc are great. shame about the game, though. feels more like an arcade game. Remember twin calibre? Expand

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