Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
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Tom Clancy,s Splinter Cell (Gamecube)
Chase Vickers, Amazon
19 June 2005
Summary: This game truly was amazing if you don,t buy this then I don,t know what the world is coming to.Even though I have not played it for the Gamecube but I have played it on the Ps2 and Xbox which turned out to be very amazing.
Summary: This maybe passed by as just another stealth game, and on the surface it is, but delve deeper and theres a good story line. Graphics Not to bad, the fire effects are good as are the lighting effects. The characters are well put together and react well to situations.
Summary: I have played this game and have been amazed. The lighting effects are excellent. However there are a few glitches in the camera angles like games such as Mario Sunshine and Mario 64 on the Nintendo 64. This game is compatible with the GameCube and GameBoy Advance link cable.
Summary: This game simply doesnt work for many people:It is very difficult to get into it and the pace of the game is so slow and dull.It is also very hard and frustrating and annoying to progress.It is one of those games,which appeal to a certain section of gamers,who like stealth-based games but if you are...
Summary: A devious game full of skill and cunning. Hiding bodies, killing knocking the baddies out and figuring out codes. Like resident evil without the monsters. Exciting and challenging until the end.
Summary: Splinter Cell is a very good game. From the presentation and story through to the graphics and the all important gameplay it's a winner. It does become a little unfair in terms of save points and difficulty during the late stages, but it's worth the perseverence.
Summary: Luckily I own a PC, not just a Gamecube, as when this came through the post, it was the PC version of the game, not the Gamecube version which arrived. Despite this, Splinter Cell is a fantastic game and I would recommend it to anyone.