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Timesplitters 2?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Gamecube' started by JAKE196, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. JAKE196

    JAKE196 Cogito Ergo Sum

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    How is this game compared to timeSplitters 3?

    In terms of single player, multi-player modes, etc.

    I loved 3 and I'm thinking about getting 2 because GC games are dirt cheap now.

    Also is this game too similar to 3 to be worth getting?
     
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    zapasant Where is your god now?

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    well ign had it as 1 of the top 25 gamecubes ever, so ya, i think it must be worth it considering they are as cheap as garbage
     
  3. JAKE196

    JAKE196 Cogito Ergo Sum

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    yeah i know thats why I'm considering it, saw it on ign.

    so anyone here played it so they can answer my q's
     
  4. StumpedV.2

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    Played both.

    Couldn't get enough of Timesplitters 2.

    3 disappointed me though, Got a little too ridiculous.
     
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    3 has a better multiplayer(with bots) and I prefer its levels. 3 also had a lot more voice acting and a tighter story flow with longer levels and varied goals.

    Cortez is a lot different in 2... he's a straight Riddick clone. 2 also relies on the same mission each level. Get crystal, find time gate with some mini-missions tossed in. And unless you play on the harder difficulties, some levels end within a few minutes. Harry Tipper also has a different voice in part 2... sounds like a bad Bruce Campbell impersonation.

    I preferred part 3 for the most part. The only levels in 2 that really impressed me were the Chicago and western levels.

    FWIW, part 1 is skippable. It was a PS2 exclusive with N64-era graphics and no real story. It felt more like a beta project that someone released to stores just to get something on shelves.
     

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