Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell Double Agent
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14 November 2011
Summary: Do you know why Sam got his **** face on the cover of the retail package? Yeah, that **** face staring at you. Do you know why? Oh, because he is trying to warn you: "Don't play this game, I didn't want to be in Double Agent, this game sucks." That's what uncle Sam's facial expression is about.
Summary: Another Example of UBISOFT's inability to update a game they released. I bought every splinter cell game at retail price, and i can't play any of their games anymore with my current computer. But this game in particular was buggy from the start, and to date it's still a nightmare to play.
Summary: with a program called pinnacle profiler you can map keyboard and mouse controls to a gamepad. play games without gamepad support with an xbox360 for windows controller or your choice of gamepad.
Pros: online codes worked for all titles. shipped fast.
Summary: You have to be interested in a game style where creeping about quietly in the shadows is rewarded more than a guns blazing approach
Pros: Decent graphics and reasonably intuitive controls for creeping through various graphically pleasing environments. For this price well worth it if the game play is your style (see other thoughts)
Cons: This definitely made it out of the door with a few more bugs than I would expect to see. An example of which; you suddenly discover that you cannot pick a safe with the mouse. You've done it before, but now it just doesn't work. A search of the KB reveals that this happens when you've slowed your...
Summary: Alright, first off I'm going to tell you that i do have the latest patch, and my system is EXTREMELY Powerful. (ATI Radeon 4870X2, 4gb DDR2 ram, Vista 32bit, 750i SLI Gaming motherboard with a case that has 6 fans, and a 9800 quad core PCU) Like everyone else I also had the fun of dealing with the...
Summary: This game made me want to skin a dolphin with all the bugs, excessively long loading screens, and generally poor performance. The game randomly crashes to the desktop while trying to load or returning to the game after adjusting settings.
Summary: I played this on the PC and had absolutely zero technical problems. This is a nicer-looking Chaos Theory only without the content, wit or charm. While there is the addition of swimming in Double Agent it is only used in two levels so it feels more like a gimmick than an addition to Sam Fisher's...
Summary: I love the splinter cell games but this one is so buggy and unfinished its almost not worth playing. There's even unfinished artwork in the game, (models missing textures, facial rigging that hasn't been weighted properly) And I cant even reconfigure the mouse controls.
Summary: Man reviews about this product are people complaining they cant get the game to work. I believe it is just a lack of knowledge on their part. When I installed the game a screen showed what requirements I needed. Make sure you meet those requirements and it should be able to run.
Pros: Great Look, wonderful single-player, good gameplay