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Splinter Cell
6.4 out of 10

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Gameplay 8
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Splinter Cell

The Next Level
6 November 2003
  • Excerpt: The storyline is believable to the point that it’s an interesting commentary on the current state of world politics. As we learn, through entertaining segments of the First News Network, the ruthless leader of the former Russian state, Georgia, has a bone to pick with the United States.
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Overall 9
9.1

Splinter Cell

Into Liquid Sky
17 September 1988
  • Excerpt: Sam Fisher is a new operative under the Third Echelon of the NSA, but he's not new to espionage. With time spent in the CIA and the military, he's a battle-hardened operative who's familiar with his role.
  • Pros: Excellent detailed environments, Deep and challenging stealth gameplay, Awesome lighting effects
  • Cons: Somewhat linear, Facial models are weak
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Overall 8
8.0

Splinter Cell Review

Eurogamer
16 June 2003
  • Conclusion: Despite the Cube version being about as exciting to owners of the original as the resignation of a government cabinet minister to a blind, deaf mosquito from North Africa, it stands as one of the essential games to own on the platform, providing it's your one and only games system.
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 8
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Lifespan 8
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Playability 8
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Review: Splinter Cell

N-Europe
27 May 2003
  • Conclusion: SC provides an excellent gameplay experience and you will find yourself coming back to it time and again.
  • Pros: Lots of exitement, Realistic feel, One of a kind
  • Cons: Slighty linear gameplay, Perhaps not for everybody
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Overall 9
9.0

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Review

Eurogamer
4 December 2002
  • Conclusion: But will you want to part with your cash? If you're even remotely a fan of the Metal Gear series, or fancy a cutting edge stealth based game then the answer is, of course, yes. If you find trial and error based games hugely annoying, and haven't got hours to spare learning the intricacies of each of...
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