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Cel Damage (GameCube)

Cel Damage (GameCube)
alaScore 83

9 reviews

Oct, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of Cel Damage (GameCube). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Game Consoles for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the price. The design is also appreciated.

design, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Game Consoles the Cel Damage (GameCube) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Max Hodges (

Cel Damage - GameCube review at Thunderbolt Games


Cel Damage works far better than expected. When a title is released with average press and very little, if any, marketing despite it being an EA title, things aren't looking good. And the so-2001 cel shading style isn't going to raise any eyebrows...

Nov, 2003

Expert review by : All Game Guide (

Chaos Field


This vertically scrolling shooter blasts onto GameCube with old-school style and new-fangled presentation. Smooth, contemporary-quality graphics and audio are retained in this port of the popular Japanese arcade game. Three different playable ships are av

Expert review by : T.J. Deci (

Charlie's Angels


Grab your favorite analog stick and strap in for some high-heeled butt-kicking. The action series that inspired the term

Consumer review (

Sgt Cortez does it again.


It's more of the same. Goofy first person action is the name of the game for Time Splitters. Sgt. Cortez is back and this time, a mad scientist is using the time crystals for his plan for world domination. Cortez teams up with old friends Captain Ash, ...

Multi-Player CampaignArcade ModeStrange Humor

Single Player CampaignCampaign Storyline

May, 2008

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Time to Split


When a video game does well, the publisher will often put out a sequel, sometimes even several sequels. This is the case when it comes to the Timesplitters franchise, one of EA's top First Person Shooter Series, as Future Perfect is the third ...

Fast, fun, and a lot of content

Gamecube version doesn't have online play

Mar, 2006

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Future Perfect is a very good game (insert corny time-related pun here).


Timesplitters: Future Perfect is one of the only games for any console system that I have bought new. (New meaning "not preplayed at EB games or bought off Ebay") I had been keeping track of the game for about two months beforehand, simply because its ...

Great gameplayGreat graphicsHuge amount of unlockablesMultiplayer is great Basically everything

The last 7 levels of story mode aren't as good as the first 6

Feb, 2006

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Future Imperfect


To begin, this review is solely for the GameCube version which lacks the ability to make larger maps via a hard drive or any online play. Those features are not factored into this review. That said, TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is a fun game. That ...

Better Graphics, New Features, Improved Story Mode and MapMaker, same old zaniness

Improvements marginal at best. Not much better than TimeSplitters 2

Jun, 2005

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Time Splitters: Future Perfect - Close to perfect


Having been a fan of the series from the very beginning, TimeSplitters: Future Perfect for all the consoles was a must buy. After playing for only a couple hours, I saw some major improvements in the series, and some minor faults. TimeSplitters: Future...

Great replay value, immense fun, and the mapmaker mode

Lame bots, announcer

Mar, 2005