I was surprised by this game that it was great success for me
carlos Mendez, Amazon
30 December 2013
Summary: This is a great game. At first, I was skeptical about this game and how it performed for me, but I was just blown away at how good this game was. The PS2 version is way different than the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Summary: As a long time Splinter Cell fan I've played every game in the series so far with the acception of Blacklist, and I have to say this is the best one. After three games we get to see a little of what makes Sam tick as a human being. The graphics and gameplay really have not changed from Chaos Theory. It's the same wait in the shadows and plan out your way to complete the mission. The story is really where this game shines.
Summary: It was a fun game. Sam Fisher, the main character, is an agent working for an organization given a mission to go undercover and gain the trust of the head villain in the game. There are choices you have to make which will affect how both groups trust you, and your choice can change the story.
Summary: I played this game on the ps2 before and I hated it because if u get shot like 3 times than you're dead and that your pistol doesn't really do a whole bunch of damage and for how sam runs is just plain stupid too. so I would definetly recommend u guys to not get this game.
Summary: This is the only Splinter Cell I haven't played yet in my life time. I have played and beaten all the other Splinter Cells in the past except for this one. Conviction was the last one I played until I got this one on March 23rd. My friend has Double Agent for the PS3 and he warned me that Double Agent on the PS3 is the worst version because it's very glitchy and the frame rate is terrible.
Summary: Chaos Theory for PS2 is way better. This one, the gameplay is choppy. The graphics also aren't as good as Chaos Theory. If you want to play this game, get the XBOX 360 version. The levels are designed better, and the content descriptors are fulfilled.