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TimeShift dated in US

No word on Europe.

Sierra Entertainment UK has remained quiet on a European date for TimeShift, following confirmation that it will be released across the US on 30th October.

The PC and Xbox 360 versions, that is - PlayStation 3 owners will have to wait until December.

Developed by Saber Interactive, TimeShift was originally planned for a late 2005 release at the hands of Atari. But has since been dragged back to the drawing board, changed publishing hands, and been thoroughly updated for new technology.

Like Superman spinning the Earth, you'll be able to alter and manipulate time - a necessity when put up against overwhelming opposition. Adjusting the minutes and seconds will react intelligently to your play style, too.

So, if you're a bit frightened and prefer to duck for cover, you'll be granted full time stopping capabilities. But if you're a confident and trigger-happy John Rambo, you'll only be given time slowing powers. It should level up the playing field, apparently.

Head over to our TimeShift gallery for all of the latest trailers, screenshots, features and news.

TimeShift is due for release in Europe in the fourth quarter of 2007.

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