Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy HD
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Too many glitches and problems. Why bother?
J. Parker "The Jazz Grad", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I've tried to play every game in this trilogy and the same result occurs. At some point in each game, the progress either is lost or locks up and crashes the game. This is a horrible port and not your time and money.
Summary: The graphics are horrible! if you still have the ps2 and xbox versions, save your money! unless the trophies mean that much to you. the god of war and ratchet and clank hd re-releases put this one to shame.
Summary: Hello guys. I bought it because its pretty cheap which is great, good collection of Splinter Cell, amazing games but the performance is really bad. It says "HD" which means imo expanded pictures and terrible framerate 30-15fps. Since these games are pretty old, i though a PS3 can run them at 60fps.
Summary: As far as this reviewer is concerned, all three games are great sources of entertainment and a fair amount of replay value is present in all three games. They all let you live the life of a "spy". However, boxing all three together and simply updating graphics does not equal a sale from yours truly. I was horrified to learn about the missing feature which made these games the flagships of entertainment that they were: their multiplayer(both local and online).
Summary: Ordered the game for my younger brother. I said the graphics of the game weren't very good, and doesn't enjoy playing it. Although he did say that he did enjoy playing I different version of this game, though I'm not sure which one it is.
Summary: Let my start by saying that this game has not been remastered, if you previously owned the console versions of these games you WILL think it looks much better, but if you owned the PC version you won't notice a difference. The console versions of these games ran at standard definition so this version will look better, but if you played the PC versions on highest settings thats pretty much what you get (and less).