Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
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Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow review (PS2)
2 June 2006
Excerpt: The political landscape has changed drastically since the Cold War era, and with the rapid advancements of technology, so have the methods of covert operations. Fake shoe heels, micro-cameras, and wiretaps have given way to satellite imagery, EMP weaponry, and photo-sensitive clothing.
Excerpt: Any of you who own an Xbox will probably have an affinity with the Splinter Cell series. If you own Microsoft’s big green machine, then you will either have played one of the million demo versions or got the original game as a pack-in when you bought the machine.
Summary: The score we've given Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow is based on the PlayStation 2 version which will inevitable represent the eventual GameCube version as last years releases of the PS2 and GCN versions where identical in most aspects.
Excerpt: We all know the PS2 has a huge library of excellent games, but if you rely on it entirely for gaming then you’re likely to miss out on some equally excellent games. Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, the sequel to the hugely popular stealth game from 2002 is one of those.
Conclusion: SÃ¥ var det Ã¤ntligen dags fÃ¶r dem som Ã¤ger en Playstation 2 att fÃ¥ ta del av Sam Fishers nya Ã¤ventyr. Fisher Ã¤r agenten som Ã¶ver en natt blev en riktig spelikon och pÃ¥ fullaste allvar jÃ¤mfÃ¶rs med sjÃ¤lvaste Solid Snake - efter bara ett spel.
Conclusion: Da Splinter Cell ble utgitt pÃ¥ Xbox i fjor, satt det en ny standard for hvordan et stealth-basert actionspill kunne skrus sammen. Grafisk var spillet strÃ¥lende, historiemessigt var det akkurat slik man kunne forvente det fra Tom Clancys rutinerte forfatter hender, og gamplaymessigt var det...