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Timeshift demo

Posted on Saturday, October 13 2007 @ 01:36:57 CEST by

The wait is nearly over as TimeShift, developed by Saber Interactive and published by Sierra Entertainment, will give you a taste of what it feels like to control time. Armed with the experimental time-manipulating Beta Suit and a huge arsenal of weaponry, players have the ability to slow, stop and reverse the flow of time, allowing them to control several aspects of each battle sequence and puzzle situation. Intuitive time controls give the player the ultimate advantage in avoiding attacks, correcting mistakes and outsmarting the enemy -- but it doesn't take a genius to realize checking out the new demo is worth your time.

With a comprehensive online 16-player multiplayer mode, featuring time controlling "chronos" grenades, 14 different maps and over 40 different features, TimeShift gears itself to the players' unique style of gameplay by allowing matches to be completely customizable. Players can battle it out in a tight, well-balanced multiplayer experience that implements several aspects of the time-manipulating gameplay element found in the single-player campaign - which you can get a hands-on look at now.
Program Information

Category:
Games and patches
Type:
Free


Version:
demo
Size:
1GB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: Timeshift demo





 

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