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TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (GameCube)

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In the year 2401 the space marine Sergeant Cortez is leaving the space station that he visited in the end of his previous journey. He soon discovers that the crystals he has found can power up a time machine. After having located traces of TimeSplitter activities in various time periods on the Earth, Cortez boards the time machine and travels to these periods, hoping to aid various characters in their battles against evil.

TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is a first-person shooter in which players battle their way through thirteen story missions spread across six time periods, either alone or cooperatively. The protagonist's arsenal varies depending on the time period he travels to: for example, traveling to 1924 will allow Cortez to wield World War I weapons; a Soviet setting in the 1960's contains various local firearms of that time period; stages that take place in the future feature corresponding futuristic weaponry, etc. In addition to fast-paced shooting gameplay there are also some stealth and vehicle-driving segments.

Like in the previous installments of the series, various multiplayer modes are included. Players can take on computer-controlled opponents on any of the fifteen arcade maps, or make their own ones. Players can also compete for awards in dozens of arcade league matches and challenges. It is possible to choose from between 150 characters and challenge other players to a head-to-head battle, either with up to four-player split screen or online and LAN play.


TimeSplitters: Future Perfect GameCube Bag secured.
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect GameCube Player 4 has invisibility.
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect GameCube Setting up a "Capture the Bag" game.
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect GameCube This jeep needn't worry about running out of fossil fuel.

Alternate Titles

  • "TimeSplitters 3" -- Informal title

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The Press Says

IGN Mar 18, 2005 8.8 out of 10 88 2005 8.6 out of 10 86
Deaf Gamers 2005 8.5 out of 10 85
Armchair Empire, The Apr 08, 2005 8.5 out of 10 85
Nintendo Difference Apr 16, 2005 17 out of 20 85
GameZone Apr 04, 2005 8.4 out of 10 84
Gamesmania Apr 20, 2005 80 out of 100 80
Netjak Apr 18, 2005 8 out of 10 80
GameSpot Mar 28, 2005 7.6 out of 10 76 Mar 25, 2005 15 out of 20 75


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Sci-fi Fans must play this game 6 Matt Neuteboom (941)
May 22, 2007


Khallos' cat is actually mechanical, a subtle reference that he is too pathetic an enemy to carry a real cat as an evil genius. Inside of his neck is a button which springs a trap on Cortez and Harry Tipper. Once freed from the trap, Cortez can go up to the cat and use it like an RC Car. The game even uses the cat in challenge scenarios where players must race the cat around various tracks.
Max Dyckhoff (43) added TimeSplitters: Future Perfect (GameCube) on Apr 12, 2005
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