Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is The Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series have been widely known for providing highly engaging and exciting stealth based 3 rd person shooter experiences. Splinter Cell: Chaos theory which was originally released on Xbox, PS2, and Windows is the 3 rd game in the franchise and is one of the most critically acclaimed games in the series.
Conclusion: Ce Splinter Cell 3D se révèle est une très bonne surprise du catalogue de la 3DS. Si le jeu n'apporte rien d'inédit aux joueurs habitués de la licence d'Ubisoft, il a en revanche conservé toutes ses qualités et n'a en rien été dénaturé. Mieux encore, l'adaptation à la Nintendo 3DS, à ses nouvelles capacités, à l'écran tactile, a particulièrement été soigné.
Pros: Identique en tous points à Chaos Theory, Une prise en main très bien pensée, Un rendu 3D réussi, Fidèle à la licence
Cons: Un manque de visibilité général, Une caméra capricieuse
Excerpt: The reviews are in for Splinter Cell Chaos Theory for the DS. The general consensus is that the game is decent, but not exceptional. The main concerns seem to be the touchy control and framerate. That said, all of the reviews seem to end up saying ‘even with its flaws, this is a decent single player game true to the Splinter Cell franchise.
Excerpt: Chaos Theory - any self respecting Splinter Cell fan will tell you - is the best entry in Tom Clancy's stealth action series. With new moves, rag doll physics and some of the best visuals to grace the Xbox up until that point, it's fair to say that Sam Fisher hit his stride with number three. Of the original trilogy, then, this was the perfect candidate for a three-dimensional port.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow 3D Review
26 May 2011
Excerpt: The mobile versions of Ubisoft's Splinter Cell series have successfully adapted Sam Fisher's stealth action antics to two dimensions. The resulting games have been less about crouching in the darkness and more about navigating planar space. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow 3D's title is slightly misleading, as the game still uses a fixed, scrolling perspective, and again relies on dubious gameplay conceits, such as your enemies' inability to look up.
Pros: Great puzzles, Amazing graphics, Excellent sound, multiple ways to complete puzzles
Cons: Problematic control, Not in true 3D, Very short