TimeSplitters: Future Perfect User Reviews

9.8

TimeSplitters: Pretty much perfect

The good:

  • Brilliant Story mode
  • Vast array of characters to unlock
  • A fearsome arsenal of weapons
  • Non-stop hilarity

    The bad:

  • The bots aren't very good at tactics
  • The Story mode could have been longer
  • Still can't jump

    Summary:


    It's time to split!



    Game types:
  • Single Player
  • Multi-player
  • Arcade
  • Challenge
  • Map maker
  • Online play



    Sergeant Cortez is back in a race against - and through through time. He has successfully retrieved the Time Crystals, and has set up a time machine of his own. With the aid of the "voice in his head", Anya, he plans to go back through time and trace the origin of the vicious TimeSplitters and save the world from annihilation.

    The third in its series, Future Perfect is pretty much exactly that; perfect. It has a vastly improved story mode, in which you can travel through 6 time periods, battling robots...
  • 8.4

    Futuristic Review

    The good:

  • Plenty of characters to unlock and play as.
  • 13 game modes to play.
  • A variety of weapons to choose.
  • Nice storyline concept.
  • Online play.
  • Mapmaker feature.
  • Arcade league/Challenges

    The bad:

  • Too few levels to play in arcade.
  • Not that many vehicles.

    Summary:

    Welcome to my review of TimeSplitters: Future Perfect for the Playstation 2!

    » Plot

    Back to the year 2401, Cortez (you) steers his spaceship back towards Earth with the Time Crystals he retrieved from the previous missions. Unfortunately, a laser hits the ship and causes it to malfunction and crash into the side of a mountain. When Cortez comes back into consciousness, he is found by other soldiers and removed from the wreckage. They give him a gun and escort him back toward the base. Some fighting ensues but they manage to make it. Inside the base, Cortez hands over the Crystals so that they...

  • 9.0

    Timesplitters Future Perfect

    The good:

    -Fun, long lasting multiplayer game play.
    -150 playable characters.
    -15 Playable arcade levels.
    -Many arcade style challenges. (Around 50)
    -Has a map editor to make your own arcade or story mode maps.
    -Online play. (X-Box only)

    The bad:

    -Story mode is lacking.
    -Story mode isn't much of a challenge.
    -Stupid cumputer AI.

    Summary:

    Timesplitters Future Perfect is a great FPS game, especially if you're looking for something different. The story mode is often humorous and definitely fun to play. While the story mode isn't very difficult to complete, you'll find that the real fun is in the multiplayer. Multiplayer mode offers many styles of gameplay, over many different maps, and MANY characters to choose from. There is also quite an arsenal of different weapons (From shotguns, and pistols, to harpoons and the 'electrotool'), and there's even a device (only in story mode, unfortunately) that can pick up objects in the le...

    9.4

    Timesplitters: Future Perfect

    The good:

    + Loads of Characetrs to unlock and play with
    + Good detail and Graphics
    + Lots of depth
    + Great ares to play
    + Online

    The bad:

    - Glitches
    - Aiming can be a little dodgy
    - Too small areas but they are good
    - More missions

    Summary:

    Timesplitters: Future perfect is probaly one of the best shoot em ups on the PS2. With lots of characters to unlock and play with it takes you month to play with them all. As for depth, it never stops. Even when you have completed the story you can go on and try the challenges!! But the missions are short and there are not many of them. Most of the gameplay in the missions is outstanding but its just the lenght and how many missions there are that let thus game down. However I stand by my word and say its the best shoot em up on the PS2.

    9.6

    It has only gotten bigger and better

    The good:

    Lots of weaponary
    Better jokes
    Much improved story
    More characters to unlock
    You can see your hands
    Proper reloading
    More less everything else

    The bad:

    Easier
    Far easier

    Summary:

    It is the return of one of my favourite games of all time. TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is almost perfect. Story's been tweaked, all of the weapons and everything.

    The story picks up where TimeSplitters 2 ended. Space marine, Sgt. Cortez, is on his way back to Earth to deliver the Time Crystals. But everything is still not happy. TimeSplitters are still attacking and Cortez also discovers another human using time travelling too. The story is so much better. There is more characters, cutscenes and jokes that can actually work.

    During th game you actually meet up with other versions of Cortez....

    10

    FPS Perfection

    The good:

    A massive (and I mean massive) range of weaponry, including some secret guns and projectiles to unlock.
    An absorbing story mode.
    An action packed multiplayer with many maps and characters to choose from.
    Online gameplay is a dream to behold.
    Mapmaker allows you to create your own story missions that are almost as good as the single player ones.
    Unbelievable detailed graphics.

    The bad:

    Why oh why has the monkey returned?
    Story mode is a little short.
    Too easy in some places. Hard mode and medium are incredible difficult to tell apart.

    Summary:

    Many thought that the second game was gaming heaven, and would never be beaten. They were wrong. The third is one of the best (if not THE best) games I have ever had the pleasure of playing.
    Single player is incredibly fun (if a little short) and you will play it time and time again.
    It's finally online-enabled, and you better believe it's great.
    Mapmaker is one of the main reasons I bought this game, and I wasn't disappointed. You can put in vehicles, countless items such as gun posts and weapons, many tiles and lights, and up to fifty enemies to kill.
    In every way, brilliant.

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