Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy HD
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Unless you loved it on PS2 don't try it
Mike Wayne, Amazon
2 October 2014
Summary: Once you've played any of the more recent Splinter Cell games you'll never want to pick this one up again. I'm not knocking these games because they are what they are, 1st generation PS2 controls and graphics.
Summary: Don't get me wrong these are identical to the original games and they are ports of the Xbox versions not the truly awful hacked up ps2 games. The problem is all they did was port the games at 1080p. They didn't improve the lighting or shadows so they look truly awful by modern standards.
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: 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.
Summary: Both Splinter Cell and Pandora Tomorrow are plagued with god awful frame rate issues, dropping to 15 or 20 FPS at most times. Chaos Theory is the only one that runs buttery smooth (Surprising because it's more graphically demanding) I'd avoid this trilogy on the PS3 platform, please buy the...