TimeShift Announced For The PS3, And It Looks Way Cool

Posted: May 18 2007, 5:04pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:53am CDT, in News | Gaming

TimeShift Announced for the PS3, and it Looks Way Cool
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Well it’s about time some really cool looking games come out for the PS3, and the coolest looking one I have seen is TimeShift from Sierra Entertainment. TimeShift is being shown off this week at Sony’s Gamer Week event in San Diego, California.

TimeShift is a FPS title that equips players with a quantum suit that slows, stops or reverses the flow of time allowing you to use time as a weapon. In addition to a single player game, there is a robust multiplayer game that allows up to 16 players to battle across seven game modes.

Games can also customize their own game mode using over 60 options with a total of 14 multiplayer maps to choose from. "Sierra Entertainment and Sabre Interactive are changing the way gamers play FPS games by giving them the ultimate weapon -- Time," said Al Simone, SVP of Global Marketing for Sierra Entertainment. "TimeShift(TM) will compete with the best shooter games of the year on any platform and will offer PLAYSTATION 3 gamers a visceral new experience unlike they have ever seen or played before." TimeShift will carry an ESRB rating of Mature. Via TimeShift.com

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