Welcome to The TimeSplitters Elite! Some of the world's best gamers compete here for the fastest times and best scores on TimeSplitters, TimeSplitters 2, and TimeSplitters: Future Perfect. We also have single segment rankings for all three games, as well as individual level rankings for TimeSplitters 2.
All scores are done on the original Playstation 2, GameCube, or Xbox consoles without cheats or any cheating devices.
Inside you will find videos from some of the top players showing the best strategies in the world.
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The world records started with some of the first story mode records we've seen in years on Breaking and Entering:
Breaking and Entering Normal - 4:27.7
Breaking and Entering Hard - 4:34.3
Plus a nice 2nd place on Easy with a 4:27.1.
After that he achieve the second 100 hour+ time on Electro Chimp, demonstrating his great capacity for, uh, patience.
Electo Chimp 100+ Hours
Finally, he achieved a new record on Don't Lose Your Bottle using a new strategy, feature quite a few difficult to pull off shots.
Don't Lose Your Bottle - 37.7
Congrats to Anemptybox!
The biggest change was an overhaul of how the point rankings for TS1, TS2/Story, and TSFP are calculated internally. Before, the point rankings were calculated once every hour so there was a delay after you added a score before you would see your new points/rank reflected on the rankings. Now, you should see your points update within two minutes or so.
Your points/rank listing for TS1/TS2/TSFP once you log in should now update more accurately (there used to be a significant delay).
The latest times feed now shows the point value of scores (if applicable) and notes new world records.
I also added a list of the newest players to the front page.
If you see any issues or run into any problems, please let me know on the forums in this topic.
Thanks and have fun playing everyone!
First, BothanSpy started things off with a 13.3 on Trouble at the Docks, becoming the 9th player on the site to reach that time.
Next up is Anemptybox, who added his numerous TS2 Story records to the site that he's collected over the last few years. Also definitely worth watching is his 26:38 TS2 Easy Single Segment. Most recently, he improved his Zany Zeppelin score on TSFP with a nice 92 kill run. Also from Anemptybox are a couple of great TSFP world records achieved in late 2017 you may have missed:
Queen of Harts - 1:29.5
Sammy Hammy Namby Pamby - 1:20.6
Next we have a newer player TB-303 who joined the site with several impressive TS2 Story records, including untieds:
Chicago Easy - 2:22
NeoTokyo Easy - 4:10
Space Station Easy - 3:36
Return to Planet X Easy - 2:04
Finally, I grabbed a couple of TS1 records:
9C Space Vandals - 48,852
6B Bodyguard - 95.4%
Great work everyone! Keep the WRs (and videos!) coming.
Now that we can post news, I would like to mention some new rankings and features you may have missed with the new site launch.
First, there are new single segment rankings for the story mode of all three games for all difficulties. TSFP is split into two rankings, each with different timings (InGame vs Real Time). Right now, if you don't see a difficulty show up when viewing the single segment rankings, it's because nobody has submitted a run yet! Submit those runs!
Next, we have a brand new full point rankings for individual Story Mode stages in TimeSplitters 2. Players have been running ILs on TS2 for years now, but until now there's only been manually manged rankings for tracking the WRs in the forums. It's fully supported now. Please see the site FAQ for information on timing IL stages on TS2.
Next, when managing or viewing scores on the site there are many features that were borrowed from our sister site over at The-Elite.net One is the player comparison. When views a player's profile or scores, you can click the comparison link over to the left and then select any other player to compare them to. Best scores are highlighted in yellow, ties are in blue. For example, here's me vs Anemptybox on TS1. It's a quick way to see how you compare to your rival!
When viewing any score page, you can use the highlight tabs to highlight any world records, or you can click the hit list to quickly see the best(green) and worst(red) scores on that particular page. This allows you to quickly see which scores you might want to work on to see the biggest ranking gains.
When submitting scores, we now keep a history of all your previous scores for that stage and any linked videos. Those are viewable on the score detail page. We also track the game system and region for each score, along with the date achieved. Unfortunately, scores that were migrated from the old sites did not have this information, so most scores on the site have a default achieved date of June 16, 2011 (the last update of the old site) with unknown system and region. Many of the world record scores have been updated with a more accurate date and system if I was able to find the information.
You can now view and search your PR history, or the PR history of any other player. You can filter by date achieved, system, stage, etc.
Finally, a welcome to new players TB-303 and debrebeuf, who have been submitting a bunch of new times to the site. Have fun competing guys!
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