Sergeant Cortez is on a mission back in time to save all of humanity...if time doesn't end up killing him first. Sent to undo the TimeSplitter threat before the threat manifests in the ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sgt. Cortez (voice)
Sarah Mennell ...
Anya (voice)
Wayne Forester ...
Jacob Crow (voice)
Les Spink ...
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Mac McDonald ...
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Melanie Bond ...
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Additional Voices (voice) (as Bill Roberts)
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Ben Talbot ...
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Michael French ...
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Sergeant Cortez is on a mission back in time to save all of humanity...if time doesn't end up killing him first. Sent to undo the TimeSplitter threat before the threat manifests in the present time, Cortez journeys into six different time periods to track down Jacob Crow, a crazed genius who has carried on his perverted science experiments through two centuries and created the TimeSplitter creatures. In a race against time, it's up to Cortez to stop Crow, or all humanity suffers the consequences. Written by

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It's time to split!


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While this is the third game in the series, it is has been considered the game to truly put more emphasis and focus on story as opposed to the previous two games. Whereas the previous games were more goal-driven alongside the funny characters and expansive atmosphere and worlds, this game took the best elements of the previous game and gave them a sense of continuity, creating a narrative, with more attention given to real scientific theories in addition to the more cartoonish and zany nature of the games. See more »


Jo-Beth Casey: [Spins around kicks Cortez in groin and takes a picture] Hey, You're no zombie!
Sgt. Cortez: [In squeaky voice] Yeah.
Sgt. Cortez: [Clears throat, voice returns to normal]
Sgt. Cortez: Yeah, I'm aware of that.
Jo-Beth Casey: Did Donny send you? Well it isn't enough to send me to some stupid house that someone's trying to scare me, too! I'm good enough to be in his gang! He thinks someone should go take pictures of zombies and...
Sgt. Cortez: Hold it, Hold it! What do you mean zombies?
Jo-Beth Casey: You know, zombies.
Sgt. Cortez: [No response]
Jo-Beth Casey: Flesh eating creatures of the night?
Sgt. Cortez: [...]
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Crazy Credits

The background during the credits features the lead character Cortez in a 70's disco, dancing to the music. See more »


References RoboCop (1987) See more »

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Best Playstation 2 FPS ever
19 June 2008 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

This game begins with a small company known as Rare. Rare had created several amazing games throughout the 90's and early 2000's, some like Donkey Kong Country, Goldeneye, Bango & Kazooie, Perfect dark, and Conker's bad fur day to name a few. Then 2002 arrived, and sadly, the guys at rare suddenly sucked. whatever happened to the quality software that was coming out at the time?

Well, most of the guys who worked on the really great FPS games went to develop a small company titled "Free Radical." and Free Radical's FPS effort, TimeSplitters, was good. Then TimeSplitters 2 came out. it was great. Then, TimeSplitters; Future Perfect came out. And in my opinion, it's the best Playstation 2 FPS game ever made.

In TS;FP, the player assumes the role of Sergeant Cortez, who in the last game, destroyed a Space station, and got away with something known as the Time Crystals, a series of crystals with the power to send someone back in time. When he gets back to base after a few firefights, he's able to start travelling in time to track down the bad guy, and stop the war before it ever began.

First off, Future Perfect is a fun experience on the PS2. It's not a game that takes itself seriously, it's actually very cartoonish in many ways. The dialogue is riddled with humour, and the characters are hilarious. Nothing says fun like having a death match in the middle of a disco hall from the 70's with a bear, an anthropomorphic hand, and a female police officer who makes Dolly Parton look flat chested. also, it's important to note that this game is also very messy at times. Blood runs really heavy here.

Second, this game is loaded with stuff to do. You'll have several missions to complete through time, Like rescuing an Amazonian woman on a Scottish island in 1924 with the help of a world war 1 veteran, helping a groovy cat with stopping a nuclear missile launch in 1969, then blasting the tar out of zombies in a mansion from 1994. when you're done with that, there's 14 different available game modes in arcade, and then you can use the skills you've learnt to play the challenges, and when you get bored with the game's maps, make your own.

Finally, the soundtrack. There is so much music to listen to, and Graeme Norgate, the maniac behind goldeneye's soundtrack on the N64, is behind this one as well.

Bottom line, this game is one of the best experiences I've had on the Ps2 and I would recommend it hardcore to anyone who loves FPS's.

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