Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow
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28 May 2014
Summary: Graphics: 9.6 Sound: 9.8 Gameplay: 9.0 Fun/Story: 9.0 My first Splinter Cell game and for that reason perhaps the rating is a little higher. I really loved the espionage feeling, the water and light effects, the infiltration in Komodo (Indonesia) it´s very well done, ... Nice game.
Summary: The reason I am giving Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow less score than original Splinter Cell because I don't like its Sets as much as I liked of Splinter Cell. This review is of solo campaign only because i have not played multi player mode.
Summary: Although this edition of the splinter cell game is pretty good, It has a few things to hold it back A lengthy tutorial section, confusing clunky controls (at least in the start) and voice acting that hangs somewhere in between poor and average. You really have to forgive the beginning 1 to 2 hours of the game if you want to get into it. After that the game becomes much more enjoyable and interesting.
Summary: aaaaaalright ladys and gentlemen, today, this game runs like **** aight the shadows/lightning doesn't work with modern hardware, they magically disappears you could like sneak right there and then it's like a light there but you can't see it and so you just like get shot or trigger the alarm wish i had bought the xbox version, this is sa ****ty port, no graphical options ini tweaks hardly works compared to the first game this is worse but the story is nice, ig uess …...
Summary: From IGN: Make no mistake, Splinter Cell was -- and still is -- one of our favorite stealth titles for the PC. The ideas behind the sequel, Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow, including more spy gadgetry, more intelligent enemy AI and the unprecedented online multiplayer mode, were more than enough to get us salivating all over again.