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TimeSplitters 2

TimeSplitters 2 (GCN) game cover art
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Region
Released
NA
10/15/2002
EU
11/01/2002

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Reader Reviews

TimeSplitters 2 review

Reviewed April 24, 2004

gbness says: "It's a long world with many timelines and dates. The first end being way back in the old Texas blues, as gunpowder and revolvers incredibly common. And further into the dateline is a world filled with machinery and radars to track those who dare to pass by. Cameras that see all who try to intrude upon the area, and then as it goes to the end, a large futuristic world - guns like revolvers and pistols are a thing of the past - the world now uses lasers, autorifles, and advanced technology. There ..."
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