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JP_Hurh
07/27/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
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GENRE Action 
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PUBLISHER Sierra 
DEVELOPER Saber Interactive 
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M Contains Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Language

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Whoa. Déjà vu. Didn’t you already shoot your way here once before?

You were that kid who kept calling for “do-overs” well past the time and occasion for which such idiom was warranted. When you got arrested for public urination, you asked for a “do-over.” When you got drunk and cursed during your wedding vows, you asked your wife for a “do-over.” And as for trying to get out of jury duty by feigning retardation, well, you can guess what you asked for.

But now you can ask for TimeShift, a game in which do-overs are just one part of your arsenal. In many ways, TimeShift looks like a standard shooter, until you put it in reverse. Controlling time in the game occurs in three ways, you can slow down time, stop it, or back it up while making high-pitched beeping noises with your mouth. You’re so funny. Too bad the judge didn’t see it that way.

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