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TimeSplitters: Future Perfect

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
GameCube
Mature
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews) 82 / 100

Price: $110.00
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  • Featuring a story mode with co-op, arcade and challenges mode and a split screen multiplayer and online mode
  • Improved mapmaker interface makes it easier to create multi-player maps and share and play them online
  • Innovative new meet and assist yourself lets players team up with past and future selves, to be their own backup

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  • ASIN: B0006ZJP7I
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 6.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,180 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is a sequel to the acclaimed first person shooter. Battle across through the centuries to change the past, using a massive arsenal of firearms. As you fight, you'll get help from your past and future selves as you infiltrate ancient castles, destroy evil robots, and more.

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Nearly Perfect Future (4.5 Stars) April 2, 2005
Story: Timesplitters 3 takes place where TS2 led off: with Vin Diesel doppelganger, Sergeant Cortez, speeding towards a war-torn Earth, carrying the Time Crystals that can help save humanity from the growing threat of the Timesplitters (uglier than ever--seriously) and his partner Corporal Hart killed off in their last endeavor (the soldiers even make a quip about it in the first level). Once again, Cortez's mission is to jump from time period to period. This time, he is on the trail of another mysterious time traveller who could hold the secret to the Timesplitters' origins. Although not extremely complex, the story is laced much better than TS2's, thanks to improved cutscenes and sharper, more abundant dialogue. And it's got plenty of humor to keep you amused, ranging from silly conversations between the enemies to the blatant innuendo and double entendres, almost in the fashion of THUG 2 (Look at Jo-Beth Casey's shirt, as well as the opening cutscene in "What Lies Below").

Gameplay: TSFP, for the most part, is pretty much in the same vein as TS2. This isn't a bad thing, so for vets, it shouldn't take much to adjust. For newbs, in case you haven't guessed, this is a first-person shooter. Controls are quick to use, but are fully customizable to suit you. The objective is to....dag, where should I start?...well, lemme try again. Timesplitters 3 is all about variety, and there's an abundance of game modes to keep ever the staunchest Halo 2 addict satisfied. Story Mode puts you in the boots of Cortez as you travel through various time periods, utilizing the most lethal weapon of each era, from flare guns to plasma autorifles to baseball bats. Your only definite gadget is the Temporal Uplink (map/radar) on your arm, which doubles as a gravity device for objects to throw or carry.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars it's time to SPLIT! March 22, 2005
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
yeah, that is pretty corny....anyway...

i just beat Timesplitter: Future Perfect on easy difficulty in the story mode in just a shade under 4 hours. which is pretty long in terms of story modes for timesplitters games. i haven't even touched the other 14 or so modes yet, and i heard that there are over a hundred hours of gameplay to be lost in this game, so it should keep me, and you, busy for a while.

to start off with, the major changes i noticed since the last game came out, is that the graphics seem much sharper, the controls are much tighter, and the weapons are much cooler. when i first threw a time grenade (i think that's what it's called) and everything slowed down except me, i almost laughed out loud at how freakin' cool it was. and in this timesplitters, for the first time in the series, there is actually blood! in one level you must decapitate a bunch of zombies, with either a magnum, shotgun, or a baseball bat (oh, and there is a new and quite useful melee attack, for when you want to conserve ammo), and when their melons pop, it makes a cool "head exploding sound" and blood sprays everywhere. but no fear, the game still retains its comic humor and graphics.

their is actually a storyline this time that pulls you in, and pushes you through every wormhole you see. the main character you play as is one Cortez, a Vin Diesel lookalike winner. shortly into the game, you run into yourself, literally. then throughout the game, you keep running into other versions of yourself that help you out in order for you to get further and do that same thing for yourself, so you are actually the version of Cortez that helped you out in the first place. confused? don't be, the game makes it very easy to comprehend.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! Tons of fun! April 4, 2005
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Any game where you finding yourself screaming, "OH NO! Ninja assault monkeys!" is my kind of game. Admittedly, this is the ONLY game I've ever screamed that.

Even though I'm female, almost 50, and electronics challenged, I've had a GREAT time with my teenager and this game. I highly recommend it. :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Finally... May 10, 2005
By merlin
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Finally there is a "console" FPS game that matches the greatness of Perfect Dark.

I have been waiting for years for another good FPS game to come out on the consoles - heck even on the PC. Nightfire? NO!!! Turok Evolution? Good but nothing special. Doom 3? AMAZING but no decent multiplayer. Half Life 2? Step down from Doom 3 so definitely not. Halo, halo 2? Yeah right...im sick of those games. Timesplitters 2? Getting warmer...

...FINALLY the 3rd Timesplitters comes out, ironically by the makers of Goldeneye/Perfect Dark, and because of this fact u can expect a lot of the same elements that made those two classic 64 games so f'ing great.

I dont need to get into it really. Nearly everyone and his/her mom has played Goldeneye and/or Perfect Dark so most everyone knows what to expect from a clone of those. I'll just say it this way (especially for those who loved PD's in-frickin-credible multiplayer mode): if u absolutely loved those games, have been waiting around for years for another game to come out like that, still a BIG fan of FPS, than you would be a FOOL to pass this game up. Imagine Perfect Dark with better graphics and no frame rate problems. Its unbelievable.

BUY this game. Happy fragging!!!
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