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Timeshift Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:A downtrodden soldier embarks on a government-sponsored time-travel mission and returns to find the world he left altered beyond recognition. Like many shooters, Timeshift gives you the chance to shred bad guys with a wide array of weapons. But the real kicker is Timeshift's never-before-seen time-control abilities, which let you disrupt and manipulate enemies and the world around you by slowing, stopping, and reversing time. You, however, remain completely unphased. To complete the game's combat missions, you'll need to think in four dimensions and use time to your advantage. Oh, and when you think you've hit a lull, don't bother catching your breath. The storyline has an alternate time stream.
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