Console(s): PS2, Gamecube, Xbox
The feel of TimeSplitters 2 has often been criticized for biting a little too heavily off of Goldeneye but, in multiplayer mode, those similarities only work to the game's benefit. Most people you meet may not have heard of the title, but if you're able to introduce them to it, then they'll undoubtedly be grateful. Plus, if you spend some time in the MapMaker mode, you can show off how creative you are to your new friends. It's the non-douchey version of being that guy who always plays an acoustic guitar in the middle of campus.