Venus Starr
Species Human
Size Normal
Native Timezone 1853
Related Characters N/A
Games TimeSplitters 2, TimeSplitters Future Perfect

Venus Starr appearing in Timesplitters Future Perfect.


Venus Starr in Timesplitters 2.

Venus Starr (or simply Venus in Future Perfect) is a cowgirl remarkable for her large bust who appears in TimeSplitters 2 and TimeSplitters Future Perfect.


TimeSplitters 2Edit

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Star 3
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Gallery Venus left her hometown at a young age in search of fame as a showgirl. Despite her obvious charms and snazzy homemade costume, her career has yet to take off. Perhaps she should have gone somewhere more cosmopolitan than Little Prospect.
Accuracy Agility Stamina
10/20 6/20 12/20

Venus Starr first appears in TimeSplitters 2. In the Wild West Story level, she appears as a damsel in distress who must be saved from a burning barn. Outside of Story mode, she appears in several Arcade League matches and a couple of Bot Sets.

TimeSplitters Future PerfectEdit

TSFP Venus Starr Small Venus Starr

Star 1
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Gallery Venus always keeps her shooters loaded and ready for action.
Gesture Shakes suggestively, squats, and says "Howdy cowboy. I'm hot. Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? You can keep your hat on."
Speed Stamina Shock Proof Fire Proof
6/8 5/8 5/8 5/8

Starr returns in TimeSplitters Future Perfect, but with a diminished role. She doesn't appear in Story mode and is only seen in an Arcade League match where she has allied herself with Jared Slim and Eli Scrubs. Even though her image still depicts her wearing a hat, it is removed when the actual model appears. This also happens to other characters, like Jacque de la Morte, from the previous Timesplitters game that bear hats.

Trivia Edit

  • In TimeSplitters 2, if the small heads cheat is activated, the bottom of her hair will still be normal size, as if it's part of her body.
  • Part of Venus' gesture may be a reference to the 1972 Randy Newman song You Can Leave Your Hat On.
  • She shares her gesture with Lt Malone (TSFP) and Arial DaVinci, but with difference in speech.
  • Despite wearing gloves, her TSFP hand models do not feature them.