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.
It's time to split!
22 March 2005 (UK)
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TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
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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
Just before Cortez fights Princess for the second time, Jo-Beth is seen being lowered in a cage and her arms and legs are shackled. After defeating Princess, when Cortez gets off an elevator, Jo-Beth is seen standing there waiting for him. There would be no way for her to get out of the cage as not only was she locked in tight but also because she clearly didn't have a key to use to unlock her restraints. See more
Never mind. You're too late; you can't stop me now!... er... us... well, me! Get us out of here. Ha-ha-ha-ha! See you in the future, sucker! Ha-ha-ha! The red button!... No, the one on the side. Ha-ha-ha! Yea, that one! Ha-ha-ha!
The background during the credits features the lead character Cortez in a 70's disco, dancing to the music. See more
References Stargate SG-1