I just started this game again and plan on just playing through on Normal which is a challenge in itself. I haven't gotten past Notre Dame on hard. On a related note, anyone else notice how the atmosphere of this game is significantly different than Future Perfect's? Even though there are plenty of jokes in 2's story, the game seems much more eerie and serious. Future Perfect is like a comedy through and through. --- ...I guess...
I find both games equally awesome, if you ask me. I do agree with some comments I've read around that Hard mode on TS3 isn't nearly as hard as TS2, if that influences your opinion. However, they did fix the aiming sensitivity, so sniping is a lot easier (and fun).
Been playing this game a lot lately. Recently purchased it and Ultimate Spider-Man. I started on Easy and realized I'll unlock a lot more on Normal/Hard, so I've been giving Normal a try. I'll have to try Hard in co-op if it is really as hard as I hear. I'm up to the forth level after beating Notre Dame with little to no problems.
I had it back in the day, but strictly played multiplayer. A friend managed to have like 98% unlocked, so I was cheap and copied his file.
Story mode is a blast. --- NP: Pokemon White (FC: 1635 6826 9424)/Mario Kart Wii (FC: 1463 9117 3143/EQ2 // Com Truise/Toro Y Moi A bong hit a day keeps the doctor away!
Should I buy Future Perfect? I hear it isn't as good as 2, but I'm craving some more Timesplitters action
I'm not sure why people don't like it as much as 2. IMO, Future Perfect is better overall:
-better story and campaign that actually feels meaningful -the sci-fi comedy story > creepy nonexistant story -better voice acting -better weapons and weapon animations -better multiplayer -better mapmaker -more characters -Hard mode is doable (which could be a con to other people though)
-mission objectives are either non-existant or simple since the story kind of holds your hand -harder difficulties don't add more objectives (so you're only increasing the difficulty, not the length of the level) -the music, while good, isn't QUITE as good as TS2's