Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell Double Agent
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Glad i read the reviews
K. Algar, Amazon
23 April 2008
Summary: Got this game bundled with my new Ge-Force card. Just pleased i read the reviews after thinking my upgrade was below par. Its not my new card, its the game. As with most of the reviews here, i say forget it, dont matter what spec you have, it will bug you.
Summary: The game has been out for a while so this review is for newcomers to the splintercell franchise. BE CAUTIOUS! It is true that you need a super computer to run this game, even with low graphics.
Summary: Shoulda, woulda, coulda, but didna. Sorry, way too buggy. A disgraceful end to a previously magnificent series. Keep your money. Its atrocious, and worse it has been that way for months now, not even a worthwhile patch to save some face.
Summary: This may play well on an Xbox, but the game appears to be completely b0rked on the PC. Other reviewers have mentioned the bugs, and the high specs demanded to run it. I have a high spec recent machine, easily capable of running games such as Dark Messiah and Oblivion with high quality graphics with...
Summary: I've enjoyed and comleted the whole Splinter Cell Series up to now. I also have a surprisingly powerful and shockingly stable PC. I haven't completed Double Agent because it is buggy, crashy and burny. Full marks for the actual game, but don't buy it because you won't actually be able to play it!
Summary: I'm only giving it one star because I can't find "zero stars". I've not seen a blue screen of death in years, I try playing SC:DA and several come along all at once. Hmmm. As for the game, when it is working. Well. I don't know what this IS, but it ISN'T Splinter Cell.
Summary: Splinter Cell: Double Agent ABSOLUTELY requires a graphics card that supports Shaders 3.0. This means that the majority of gamers will not be able to run this game: for instance, I have an ATI X850XT card which was state-of-the-art less than 2 years ago (and cost well over £300), but cannot run this...
Summary: I have been a fan of the splintercell games since the original war released, and have never had any problem with the games other than the fact they are too hard and very testing in parts. So naturally I was looking forward to this installment.