By Travis Johnson
The web site for Atari?s long awaited TimeShift is now available for access. In the game, players will be able to manipulate time like never before. The main draw of TimeShift is that gamers will be given the ability reverse, slow, and stop time in all facets of the campaign.
Developer Saber Interactive definitely has more than a few tricks up its sleeve when it comes to time manipulation, and Atari is banking on the ingenuity of its developer to able to wow even the most jaded of gamers over TimeShift?s 11 missions and 34 levels.
Players can check out the game?s characters, weapons, vehicles, a demo, the main plot, trailers, screen shots, wallpapers and a lot more on the game?s official web site. TimeShift is rated M for Mature and will be available for the PC on 3/21/06 for $49.99. An Xbox 360 version is slated for a 5/9/06 release with a retail price of $59.99. An Xbox version is also in the works.