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Timeshift - Xbox 360

by Vivendi
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

Platform for Display: Xbox 360
  • ASIN: B000H94PVO
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 12.7 x 1.3 cm
  • Release Date: Oct. 30 2007
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,074 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Platform for display:Xbox 360

Timeshift [Xbox 360] For the Xbox 360

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa3515aa4) out of 5 stars 67 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa26be300) out of 5 stars An Underrated Gem March 3 2009
By Joseph Izzo - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
How games like this get overlooked while mediocre games like Rainbow Six Vegas get all the hype, I'll never know. What a little gem of a game. If you're a fan of Sci Fi shooters, you'll like Timeshift. First the bad. The story is almost non existent. But what it lacks in story, it makes up for in gameplay. In the beginning, I found using the time shifting abilities a little cumbersome. But once you get used to it, boy does this game get fun. The graphics are excellent, the guns are cool. The environments are varied and challenging. The enemies are smart and will flank you fast. The game never feels redundant. One of Timeshift's greatest assets however is the checkpoint system. I HATE games where if you die, you have to repeat the last 6-10 minutes of gameplay you just finished before you died. This can ruin what might be an otherwise decent game. That never happens in Timeshift. The checkpoints are perfectly placed. It becomes apparent that the developers put autosaves just before really challenging parts. A huge plus! All I can say is don't let this game pass you by. I am a fan of shooters like Resistance, Halo, Call Of Duty franchise, and in my opinion Timeshift is just as worthy a shooter.
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa26be354) out of 5 stars Both Single AND MULTIPLAYER FUN--An Evergreen Classic Nov. 7 2007
By Kindle Customer - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
What a wonderful First Person Shooter. First--the Single Player takes a solid 20 plus hours (indoors, outdoors, in the air, and on) to play with the use of Slow, Reverse, and Stop time and your ability to literally gib--and reverse, gib and reverse, and play with your enemies. The game is technically astonishing with a depth of dynamic shadows, incredibly detailed environs and a butt-kicking (no-slow-down) frame-rate. Then when you get great at it--you can play it again against AI that is better than first rate and makes great use of your ability to confuse them (temporarily) with the time powers.
The Multiplayer though?
It puts other games to shame. I have never seen more game types--faster play for up to sixteen, and had such fun with everything from Rocket Arena to Team Deathmatch. There are new modes like King of Time (get the player with the time powers and you become the target) and Meltdown Madness where you use your four time grenades (Multiplayer has weaponized time bubbles) to slow the coolant to your enemies reactors. This is more fun than Halo 3, Half-Life Orange Box, and Bioshock combined (and actually longer than the new content in the three of them if you include multiplayer. Highly recommended.
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa26be78c) out of 5 stars Timeshifting the Night Away! Nov. 2 2007
By Christopher Deweese - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
The ability to manipulate time is but one of the many interesting and fun facets of this FPS. Not unlike F.E.A.R. you can slow down time (bullet time) and rush your enemies in order to take them out before they can even draw their weapons. Timeshift takes that a step further by giving you the ability to stop time alltogether or to reverse time. It's a novel concept, but it is starting to get a little tired. That being said, it doesn't necessarily detract from the overall experience of Timeshift. The graphics look pretty polished (still not as good as Gears of War) and it's pretty amazing to watch explosions in reverse time. I experienced some mild framerate issues during one timeshift, but it hasn't happened again. There are many situations that require you to manipulate time in order to get through the level. For example, a hallway might get decimated before you have a chance to walk through it. No problem. Simply reverse time, watch the hallway reassemble, and you're on your way. There's a little bit of platforming, lots of shooting, and plenty of bodies flying to satisfy most FPS fans. I guess the only real downside is that it resembles F.E.A.R. too much in it's gameplay. There isn't any real horror element to speak of though. The plot of Timeshift does mirror F.E.A.R. in that you are pursuing a crazed leader bent on domination, just in an alternate reality so to speak. Despite it's similarities to F.E.A.R. I still recommend this title. The ability to manipulate time is enough to keep you satisfied and intrigued.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa26beb58) out of 5 stars A GREATLY UNDERRATED ROMP Dec 29 2007
By Eric Blair - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I'm amazed that this game hasn't gotten better reviews! The story is literally the only weak portion of the game, it has superb graphics with no frame rate issues or jaggies, super fun and diverse gameplay, and competent AI to make your stay enjoyable. I've beaten it on Easy and I can definitely see playing it at LEAST one more time on a harder difficulty. Big thumbs up from someone who plays a lot of console FPS. $29.99 from Amazon? A steal....
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa26bec3c) out of 5 stars Everyone should buy this so they will make a sequel! July 25 2008
By M. S. Spurlock - Published on
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
The story mode on this game is actually fun and challenging. I have to wonder what game people are comparing this to (most likely COD4), but when comparing it to the Halo series it blows them out of the water. (I wish the main character could jump a little like master chief tho.) The destructable environments look great, the gameplay is very difficult, and at times you will be stuck and can't figure out where to go or what to do, and all of these things combined make TimeShift a fun and welcome challenge.
When it comes to fps games there isn't much that we haven't seen. The ability to control time is seemingly all thats really left. Sierra (whom I've never heard of) did a very good job developing a 4D game, and I'm very excited to see what they can do with their sophomore effort. So if people can drop $20 and buy this game new like I did I think that the next TimeShift will be one of the best FPS games ever.

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