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TimeShift [PC]
TimeShift
FPS System Benchmark
200+ FPS
High
Graphics Card
  • Release Date
    EU/UK:Oct-30-2007
    US:Oct-30-2007
  • Genre
    Theme
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PC System Analysis for TimeShift
TimeShift is a sci-fi first-person shooterThe key feature of TimeShift is the player's ability to control time: slowing, stopping or even rewinding time more or less at will. This allows a player to stop time to dodge an incoming projectile or steal an enemy's weapon. Specific time-related puzzles also require these abilities. The player's abilities also affect the color of their environment in such that slowing time produces a blueshift, rewinding it produces a yellow haze, and stopping time creates a white filter "haze". The player must use them wisely to make its way through the game. In some parts of the game your time powers are lengthened.

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TimeShift System Requirements
Intel CPU
AMD CPU
Nvidia Graphics Card
AMD Graphics Card
RAM
OS
Direct X
HDD Space
GD Verdict
Minimum Requirements
1 GB
GD RAM hardware score: 1
Win Xp 32
DX 9
4 GB
FPS
Average Frames Per Second
Low Setting
Premium Only FPS
Medium Setting
Premium Only FPS
High Setting
Premium Only FPS
Ultra Setting
Premium Only FPS
Cost Per Frame
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Laptop
Modern Only
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CPU
306%
Graphics Card
1663%
RAM
10GB
400%
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