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TimeSplitters 2

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TimeSplitters 2

Also known as: Time Splitter: Jikuu no Shinryakusha (JP)
Developer: Free Radical Design
Publisher: Eidos Interactive
Platforms: PlayStation 2, GameCube, Xbox
Released in JP: February 27, 2003 (PS2)
Released in US: October 8, 2002 (PS2), October 16, 2002 (GCN/Xbox)
Released in EU: October 18, 2002 (PS2/Xbox), November 1, 2002 (GCN)
Released in KR: April 11, 2003 (PS2)

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Free Radical sought to improve everything from the original TimeSplitters, and they certainly succeeded. Widely regarded as one of the best FPSes of console gaming's sixth generation, TimeSplitters 2 leverages the best of classic Rare-era shooters with a hint of modern controls and ever-so-expansive multiplayer capabilities.

Let's do the TimeSplit again!

To do:

  • Any more regional differences?
  • There are two PS2 prototypes and one Xbox prototype that should be dug into.
  • There's a couple of unused characters and possibly more unused content to look into.
  • The port in Homefront: The Revolution uses some different sound effects. Probably might be some other differences.
    • A patch created by Discord member Fanoto in the Dambuster Studios Easter Egg Discord fixes some bugs with the port that allows you to access most of TimeSplitters 2 in Homefront: The Revolution. Note: as of now, MapMaker is inaccessible and multiplayer doesn't work. There also seems to be some debug functionality via a "Hasit Debug Menu". NOTE: As of November 2021, there's a mod that restores NeoTokyo functionality, scales the UI/HUD properly, and fixes the music.


Miscellaneous tidbits that are interesting enough to point out here.

Regional Differences

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Japanese Version

  • A warning message is added upon starting the game that has Monkey standing on some corpses.
  • The demo videos play in a different order, starting with Siberia.
  • For whatever reason, the mapmaker and LAN options are missing.
  • The zombies cannot have their heads or limbs shot off, making the game quite a bit harder as a result.
  • Civilians can't be killed. Despite this, the game still has objectives telling you to not kill them.
  • You can't kill the monkeys on Aztec in story mode, and the ones that throw watermelons have been removed.
  • The Wood Golem can be killed in one shot by using a crossbow with fire arrows.
  • The trophy for Sergio's Last Stand has been made easier to get: the requirement for gold is 12,000 instead of 25,000, you can't be lit on fire, and you can shoot zombies anywhere and they'll die just as fast.
  • Day of the Damned's trophy requirement is halved (10,000 instead of 20,000), but the zombies are much stronger.
(Source: Anemptybox on The-Elite)

Korean Versions

The Korean PS2 version is essentially based on the Japanese version, but translated back to English.

Korean GameCube is the same as the US GameCube version.