TimeSplitter: Jikuu no Shinryakusha
[ GameCube ]
[ Xbox One ]
[ Xbox Series ]
PlayStation 2 screenshots
The title screen<br>After this the number of players is selected and player profiles are selected or created before the main menu is reached
The main menu<br>This is followed by an animated sequence that outlines the story, how dastardly aliens have taken their war with Earth into our past
There are six controller options, Classic, Classic B, Radical, Radical B, Digital and Custom
At the start of the story mode there's an animated sequence showing the alien baddies who progress to take the war into Earth's past
Playing in Story mode<br>The first mission is in Siberia. Later levels are locked until mission one is complete
The start of mission one in Story Mode<br>The mission starts with an animated introduction in which two hapless soldiers encounter a zombie in the tunnels
The start of mission one in Story Mode<br>The portal's dropped us in a tunnel where there's a couple of handy weapons just lying around<br>The hand held device shows the local map
The sniper rifle has a neat zoom function but the player can zoom with all guns. The L1 button brings up a targetting reticule
This is a bullet hole in the snow
Some crates and oil drums will explode when shot. This is a fire extinguisher and when shot it flies around quite spectacularly
The in-game status screen, in Spanish
The in-game status screen for mission one in story mode, it's accessed via the pause menu<br>There's a status screen and other options on this menu too
One of the objectives is to destroy files as we explore the compound. This can be done with mines
This is a nice touch, the reflection of a red overhead light on the gun
There are items on shelves to be collected<br>Here there are bullets, a gun, and armour
The game uses this indicator to show that the player has been shot and also when some armour has been collected
Sub task complete
Playing in story mode. After fighting through the compound the player finally gets to meet their first zombies. They are very tough to kill
Whoopee! We have a grenade launcher
Mission complete<br>This is the way home
It's not Game Over<br>It's just the end of mission one in story mode
Whenever the player completes a mission and returns to the main menu the game auto saves progress
This is the mission selection screen from the story mode<br>Mission One - Siberia has been played and this has unlocked Mission Two - Chicago
Story mode mission two is in Chicago and uses vintage weapons
Arcade Mode<br>There are three modes of play Arcade League, Arcade Custom and Network<br>Arcade League has three leagues Amateur, Honorary and Elite<br>These are the amateur games series
The first game in the Arcade League / Amateur League / Beginners series is a deathmatch
The objectives for the first game in the Arcade League / Amateur League / Beginners series. There's no choice of character in this game
Playing in Challenge mode, these are the available games<br>Each option here represents a game series
The objectives for the first game in the Challenge / Glass Smash series
A screen from the map creation function<br>The player selects cells on a grid and the places features into the cell.<br>Other options here place weapons, power-ups, set lighting etc
Title Screen. Do it alone or take on your mates!
There are lots of varied mini games in the arcade series.
This portal is where you choose your levels.
The match info screens are always funny!
Characters are numerous yet fit the game well.
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The rain effects are very good in 2019 Tokyo!
Aiming your weapon is just like it was in Golden Eye on the Nintendo 64.
Shotguns are always great for decapitating zombies!
The shotgun reloading animation is excellent!
Sorry! No blood or guts in this game!
Weapons & environments really match the time the levels are set in.
CCTV cameras Will alert enemies to your presence.
Head shots are the only way to go in this game.
Some projectiles can rebound off walls.
Mounted weaponry is great for taking out foes!
But its not just humans you face in this game!
One of the more unusual tasks you will have to perform.
Sometimes a jump button would be handy!
Now that's what I call fungus!
Are we missing some important screenshots?