Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
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1 March 2012
Summary: I was in two minds as to whether to buy this game or not after reading other reviews across the internet stating how difficult and frustrating it is due to the need to be so stealthy. Then once I'd decided to take the plunge I had to debate between this one and the other two in the series - Pandora and Chaos Theory. I thought it best to start at the beginning so chose this one.
Summary: This game is a tense thrilling game of skill and fun. It is tactical and sometimes annoying but getting there in the end is always such a sense of acheivement. You will need to think hard and look after your bullets as much as you can, as well as how much alarms you have set off! You always have to keep a close eye on your health because the damage of bullets is extremely realistic. Splinter Cell is great game for people who have been gaming for quite a while.
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: 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. When using this feature the GameBoy screen will display map of the level you are on. With the GameBoy you can get an exclusive weapon; the sticky bomb.
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. This game is especially for those people out there wth a gamecube console and are interested in stealth games. Most stealth games are brilliantly created and are always fun but challenging e.g.
Summary: GameCube is still lacking a release of Metal Gear Sloid but Splinter Cell gives us that experience of stealth. The game uses light and shadow to determine whether you are visisble or not. The game also links up to the gameboy advance and displays a radar no other console version version of Spinter Cell has. You'll never tire of pulling off a perfect sneak attack.