I love me some TimeSplitters. And I was in the mood for some TimeSplitters lately. So what better way to scratch that itch than to play some TimeSplitters?
The original TimeSplitters was a PlayStation 2 launch game developed by ex-Rare employees who previously worked on GoldenEye and Perfect Dark — and it actually got some flak for being less narrative-focused than its spiritual predecessors. Today, however, its arcade-style, mechanics-centric action is blessed relief from the myriad open world, XP-grinding, 100-hour epics we have today, even outside the RPG genre. Just turn on, play, enjoy.
Check it out in the video below, and don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube for more. There’s more I want to talk about with regard to TimeSplitters, so this will likely return to short;Play at some point in the near future!
3 thoughts on “short;Play: TimeSplitters”
This was such an amazingly fun game! It was great to see it in action again! It brought back quite a few memories as well!😊 Loved how you could tweak so many things: Heat was a good choice! And as the character said: Cheers!😊
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I think my favourite level of original TimeSplitters was the 1960s one, set in the haunted house filled with zombies that could only be killed by BOOM HEADSHOT.
Full of atmosphere!