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TimeSplitters 2

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Teen
4.0 out of 5 stars 102 customer reviews
Metascore: 88 / 100
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  • This time you've got to stop the evil lords from collecting ancient jewels that will give them power over all time
  • Battle through nine different time-travelling episodes -- from the Wild West to Tokyo in the year 2019
  • Interact with over 90 unique characters, from the original characters to new renegades, and even the ancestors of previous enemies
  • Take a tour through weaponry of the ages -- you'll get to use everything from crossbows to laser pulse rifles
  • You can even create your own stories and new scenarios, like deathmatch, capture-the-bag, escort, last stand, and more
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The evil race of the TimeSplitters travels back into human history, instigating events that lead to the enslavement of mankind. In control of a motley crew of renegade characters, you must hunt down the TimeSplitters across time in historical eras like the gangster-ridden 1920s, the lush jungles of Aztec temples, Soviet military installations of the cold war and futuristic robot factories in outer space.

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Members of the evil race of TimeSplitters are traveling back in time through human history, authoring events that will lead to the enslavement of mankind. Controlling a motley crew of renegade characters, you must hunt down the TimeSplitters across a variety of environments, such as the gangster-filled 1920s, the lush jungles of Aztec temples, Soviet military installations of the cold war, and futuristic robot factories in space.

The game delivers an involved single-player and a cooperative story mode, with a complex narrative, multiple objective-based episodes, and animated cutscenes. The game engine has been extensively upgraded to accommodate bigger environments and special graphic effects. The Mapmaker has been enhanced, opening up even more potential for the advanced gamer looking for customizable game scenarios.


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ASIN B00006C28W
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4.0 out of 5 stars 102 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,336 in videogames
#41 in Video Games > More Systems > Xbox > Games
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Product Dimensions 8 x 1 x 12 inches
Media: Video Game

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This is one of the best shooters on the xbox. It has a very high replay value. I got this game 2 and a half years back, and I still play it. The story mode is good, but it isn't a goldeneye. The arcade league, challange, mapmaker and multiplayer modes are what keeps you playing it. There are 126 characters (I unlocked them all, there's no cheats for this game though). all the characters come from different time periods. You have sci-fi, military, western themes, etc.
The multiplayer has a lot of modes (deathmatch, capture the bag, zones, etc). There are plenty of maps, circus is my favorite. You can have up to ten ai bots, so you can play by yourself. They acually give you a challange. You can also make your own maps, it's really easy too. The graphics are cartoonish, but the textures are smooth.
TRUST ME, getting all the characters isn't even close to easy. I got really frustrated with this game. I praticed the challanges a lot though. Just so you know I'm only 12, and someone else please write a review if you unlocked all the characters.
This is Perfect Dark or Goldeneye, just on the three newest consoles. This is my favorite game (check out for Timeslitters: Future Perfect). And that my fellow gamers, is the name of the game.
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TimeSplitters was a popular game when it came out. It took the normal shooter game and added in changes in environment - you moved through time to persue your enemies. TimeSplitters 2 expands this with better graphics, sound, and multiplay features.
The plot isn't much to get enthusiastic about. An evil enemy race is trying to wipe out humanity, and they have a time portal. They run back through time with crystals and you have to go back into each time period to track down the crystal and do other miscellaneous tasks while you're there.
The graphics are indeed nice, from flaming torches to dreary sewers and polished marble floors. But when you compare them to the likes of Halo or Kingdom Hearts, they're a bit old looking. There aren't shadows. The backgrounds aren't very dynamic. You shoot walls and get tiny holes, unlike the deformable terrain of other current games. The textures seem flat and a bit repetitive.
They did make an attempt to have the sounds match the eras, with lovely chanting during Notre Dame and twanging during the Western era. Even so, you don't feel 'immersed' in the game. Characters don't make noise when they walk. There isn't really any ambient noise.
The weapon choices are fun and time-appropriate. In Chicago of 1932, you've got Tommy Guns. In Notre Dame you're playing with shotguns. So there's always new variety as you go from level to level.
The missions aren't very challenging compared to other games that are out. They are extremely linear and there's rarely any brainpower involved. There's side missions like "blow up file cabinets along the way" or "shoot out whiskey barrels". There's usually a rationale given but it's pretty flimsy.
There are other 'mini-games' that you can play.
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By A Customer on January 17, 2003
Ok, First the good.
Timesplitters2 is argueably the best multi-player shooter on the Xbox. There are a wide variety of levels, all of which are designed to be especially suited to the multi-player function. Unlike HALO where there are only a few of the multi-player boards that are very good (Blood Gulch etc..), here virtually all of them are. They are wide open with plenty of places to hide and are easy to navigate around. The guns in the game are excellent and are vary greatly from crossbows to plasma weapons to heat-seeking rocket lauchers. All in all, the weapons in this game are much better suited to a 4 person shooter then Halo's (think perfect dark for any of you out there).
The multi-player itself earns the game 5 stars, but the rest of the game is only about a 3. Here's why.
1. There is alot to unlock in the game and this is a problem. I have to admit I like games that just allow you to play what and only what you want.
2. The aiming system can be a bit screwy at times. The auto-aim is fine but it would have been nice if the cross-hairs didn't recenter after aiming.
3. The story mode is pretty poor, at least story wise. It does keep you interested on a level by level basis, but after making it through several levels i'm still not sure who i'm fighting or why.
4. The graphics are arcadish. Now this isn't such a bad thing, but don't go into it thinking you're getting polished Halo graphics, you're not.
To summarize, if you want an awesome multi-player experience then this game is for you. This game, its board designs, and it's weapons set were clearly made for multi-player. And since you can play with bots in the multi-player it can become less of a game of tag when only 2 are playing.
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THE SHORT: A pretty good story mode, and tons of things to unlock in the addictive challenges and combat modes- all of which can be played alone or with multiple players. Decent but limited mapmaker.

THE LONG: I flat out didn't like TS1. The single player or "story" mode consisted of running back and forth for fetch quests, and the mapmaker let me set up corridors but gave me just a tiny handful of patterns to design it with. It was fast and it was pretty (minus the overly stylized goofy characters) but I didn't think it was much of a game.

This first sequel improves on almost all of what I had issue with. For starters, the game's just as pretty and runs very smooth and very fast (keeping fairly consistent in multiplayer as well). The storyline is better too- it's like Goldeneye with actual mission goals that change or grow as the level progresses. But I personally had the most fun with "arcade mode", which is multiplayer combat. I want to specify here that this is where the game excels over such titles as even the much hyped Halo (and even more recent games): like Perfect Dark, this is one of the very few games where I can play multiplayer matches against computer opponents. If you're like me you don't always have enough people around for 16-player, 4 system links and whatnot. Frankly I usually prefer to play alone anyway. And in this way, Timesplitters 2 accommodated me.

For example, like Perfect Dark, this game features some levels that I liked more than others and so, not wanting to play the story mode, I wanted to just jump into that cool level and fight some opponents. This game allowed me to do so, picking not only what opponents I fought but also how tough they were and what weapons were used.
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