Timesplitters 2 (2002)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Comedy  -  17 October 2002 (USA)
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The "Neo-Tokyo 2019" stage is an homage to the film Akira (1988) which took place in the year 2019 in the city of Neo-Tokyo. See more »

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In the level "1853: Wild West", the Colonel couldn't have deserted from the Confederate Army yet, since the American Civil War didn't start until 1861. See more »

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great sequel
27 November 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

for years now i have played goldeneye for the n64 and ever since i have been looking for another game like it. however i tried nightfire and agent under fire but they suck. just like the back of the game case says, its a worthy successor to goldeneye. even the first level is like an homage to goldeneye and 'the dam.'

i have only played it for the xbox. however i heard the graphics on the ps2 is slightly less quality. the story isn't that interesting but the graphics, characters, and weapons are great. i guess its got like a matrix thing to it where you can see bullets come at you and they leave a trail thats noticeable. i think max payne was the first to do that (to my knowledge).

but, a great game. i am sure if you like goldeneye, then you will like this as well. except at first i spent about an hour customizing the controls to emulate the n64 controller. i think its like a mix between goldeneye and unreal tournament (from the pc game series).


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