Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Classic Trilogy HD
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Good HD Remake, mostly
Jeffrey Owens, Amazon
27 June 2013
Summary: Very nostalgic for me playing through the original trilogy of SC. However, it can be very jarring at times to see how dated it is compared to current tech. I expected this, but I mean I thought that they would look a little more up to date than they do at times. Still, the major reason why I can't give a 5 is because the controls can still be funky at times.
Summary: I remember originally playing these titles on the Gamecube and that's what drove me to purchasing this collection. I'm a big stealth game fan so my review might be a bit over-the-top but if you're looking for a great story with precise gameplay, definitely check out these Splinter Cell titles. The newer ones aren't as good as the classic 3.
Summary: First played the original Splinter Cell game back on the xbox and loved. Though at the time the game was one of the premier games in graphics, as far as the lighting goes. Nearly a decade later the original Splinter Cell has not aged well which can be clearly seen in the cut scenes. Voicing does not match animations as well as it being pretty low res, but what do you expect from a game this old?
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. The only gripe I have with this trilogy release is that Ubisoft simply threw all three games on one disk, re-packaged it and sold it for some coin.
Summary: This is a good game but with a major catch. System installation time will take over 4 hours maybe even longer. The game is solid a lot of improvements but the installation is a huge let down! Be prepared to wait a very long time for installation.