Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent
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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent Review
1 August 2007
Excerpt: Sam Fisher has become one of the most well-known names in video games, but due to his debut game appearing first on the Xbox he's less of a celebrity amongst PlayStation gamers. Splinter Cell Double Agent for PS3 has arrived a good few months after the Xbox 360 release, but that extra time hasn't...
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is I remember when I played the game Thief on my PC for the first time, I was utterly frustrated. The amount of stealth and care you had to take while crawling around was enough to make you scream, especially when after 15 minutes of slithering near a wall, a knight...
Splinter Cell makes a solid debut on the PlayStation 3 by delivering more of its signature stealth action gameplay along with its unique multiplayer modes.
12 April 2007
Summary: It's not easy to be Sam Fisher, the National Security Agency's elite secret agent. Sure, he gets to jet around the world to fabulous destinations, but most of his time is spent skulking in the shadows, waiting for a guard to pass close enough so he can snap his neck, or crawling through ventilation...
Pros: Stealth action gameplay remains tense and exciting, rich multiplayer suite improves on the spies-versus-mercenaries gameplay, campaign's trust system makes you think your actions through
Cons: Missing some of the graphical features seen in the Xbox 360 version, some frame rate issues and long load times
Agent Sam Fisher's latest assignment is a fairly routine stealth action operation, but changes to Splinter Cell's innovative multiplayer mode help make up for this.
20 November 2006
Summary: It was back in 2002 when we first met Sam Fisher, a jaded but extremely talented secret agent who was sent all around the world to take care of the most sensitive, covert operations conducted by the United States.
Pros: Tried-and-true stealth action gameplay still offers complexity and variety, The campaign's trust system presents a few interesting moral dilemmas, Features an overhauled version of Splinter Cell's innovative multiplayer mode
Cons: Campaign recycles a lot of the same graphics, sound, and gameplay from before, Some issues with stability and graphical performance