Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy HD
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Eric S., Amazon
8 May 2015
Summary: I first played Splinter Cell on Nintendo 3DS many moons ago. The 3D graphics were awesome. Although I never bothered completing the game, it was great. I am a bit disappointed with this; it is nothing at all like the 3DS.
Summary: Although it would have been nice to have had a full facelift for this trilogy, the graphics look good in HD regardless. Its sort of cool to have the Splinter Cell games as originally intended actually, warts and all.
Summary: I was a BIG fan of the Splinter Cell Series then, and I am still one now. It's great to be able to go back and re-play these awesome games for only $39.99. The graphics could have been upgraded a little bit better, especially the cut-scenes, but over all, still a great remake!!
Summary: While it's obvious that not a lot of care was put into updating the graphics and making it HD especially with the first two, and the frame rate drops as well. But still the gameplay holds up really well today as it's still just as fun as ever to sneak in the shadows and stalk on your prey unseen.
Great games Still Playable After A Decade, HD Treatment Only Slightly Disappointing...
23 September 2011
Summary: I have been a huge fan of the Splinter Cell franchise since the first installment and I was very much looking forward to the re-release of these titles with an HD remaster for the PS3. I played the first game on the PS2 back in the day and the next two on the PC.
Has flaws, but not enough to detract from the games.
Nikolai Ostapenko, Amazon
23 September 2011
Summary: This is my first review, I apologize if there are spelling and grammatical errors in the review. I wrote this review because of all the low stars that is has received undeservingly. The trilogy comes with the first 3 games in the series.
Summary: I love Splinter Cell. I've played every entry in the series and enjoyed every one of them. The quality of each game got better and better with each release. This disk contains the original Splinter Cell, Pandora Tomorrow and Chaos Theory. Three solid games.