Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
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Bryan Gibson, Amazon
2 April 2008
Summary: This is my second go round with Mr. Fisher, and though I had a better time with him this adventure, I still can't say that the time we shared was great--good, yes, but not great. I guess I'm just not a stealth-game guy; I like shooting stuff, killing stuff, and doing both while making as much noise as possible.
Summary: I am a huge fan of the Splinter Cell series. I think it had the potential to be the best game series ever! The original was fantastic. A true instant classic. It did however leave many doors unopened and many options for improvement. This game, the 2nd Splinty, is very satisfying and very dissapointing.
Summary: I Liked the first one but I don't know,This one just wasn't as fun as the first.It seemed liked you didn't have all your moves and Gadgets.Don't listen to me I just thought the first was better.
Summary: After decideing to try chaos theory as my first Splinter Cell game from which I was impressed I decided to go back and try Pandora tommorrow as it had moves put in for Pandora tommorrow and taken out for chaos theory like the SWAT turn and firing from cover. The story is good as all splinter cell games are but the gameplay is a little dissapointing.
Summary: As a massive fan of Splinter Cell I really had an itch for more. First impressions look good, the first mission takes you straight into the storyline while incorperating a turtorial on Sam, the playable characters, moves. On the surface the graphics look more polished than in the first installment however, as the game progresses they become apparent as less practical.
Excerpt: "I'm not convinced I know why I asked for Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow for my birthday a few years ago - I hate stealth games in general and even the highly recommended and wildly popular Metal Gear Solid series failed to impress me. This review, however, is a log of how Pandora Tomorrow broke the mould, but not enough to destroy it completely. ------------ Storyline ------------ You take control of Sam Fisher, an American "Splinter Cell", ...
Pros: Clever storyline, impressive graphics and immersive gameplay
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - Pandora Tomorrow - PS2
10 October 2004
Summary: In all, I was not impressed by this game. The hype that had been circulated before it's release made it out to be the bestcovert action/stealth game that had ever been created. One of the main features being the abillity to play online woth other gamers. I was on the pre-order form in the the shop where I buy my games from and so were a whole load of other people.
Summary: "Pandora Tomorrow" is a really intriguing title and the official website makes it look fantastic. For veterans of the first "Splinter Cell", like myself, there is no massive change in tactics. So, the best way to train to beat this game is to beat the original. The graphics remain impressive; the jungle levels are noticeably cool, with very good water effects.
Summary: loved the game itself a definite improvement on the first installment.but just as i thought i was getting towards the business end of the game i found i had completed it.the night before i told a friend i thought i was just over halfway in the game.ten minutes later i was looking at credits roll