Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
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Get Choas Theroy
Mr. M. Gedd, amazon.co.uk
30 May 2007
Summary: I found this game good to begin with and am a huge fan of splinter cell and the whole stelth game in genarl. However afetr a while you find that the game is not that good, its been rushed gards can somehow see you everywere,even walking down a river. If i was going to recommend a splinter cell game it woulg be Choasd Theroy, its much better the graphics are so good and you can become invisible ,more gagets and better wepons make it alot better.
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.
Pros: Clever storyline, impressive graphics and immersive gameplay
Excerpt: You take role of a highly stealth traind CIA agent that is on a mission to win a one-men war..... I dare to say that this game is the best stealth game ever. Yes, It is better than metal gear solid Missions: ................... There are many different mission locations including jungle, embassy, warehouse, the city of Juruslim !! and way more.
Summary: This is a good game. Hanging from apipe and shooting peole in the neck without making a sound is pretty cool. The Graphics are better the The First Splinter cellto be sure, however sometimes comparing the gameplay can be tricky. In Splinter cell one, The guards or civilians needed to reach an alarm to actully sound one, Whereas in Pandora Tomorrow, If they see you, they IMEDIETLY raise an alarm, so be careful!
Excerpt: This game is absolutely brilliant when you play it. The single player is absolutely brilliant with lots of stealth, weapons and moves. More on them later but let's get into the single player mode in more detail. SINGLE PLAYER Threat: In response to the growing use of the sophisticated digital encryption to conceal potential threats to national security of the U.S., the NSA (National Security Agency) has forth a new dawn of intelligence-gathering techniques.
Pros: Stealth, weapons, interrogation, moves, online play !
Excerpt: This game is the most in-depth stealth game there is at the moment. If you thought Splinter Cell was good, (but hard), you will absolutely love, (and hate) Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow, the reasons you will love it are below, but the reason you will feel very annoyed about buying it is because it has to be the most unforgiving game there is, sound one too many alarms, get seen, kill someone when you’re on a no killing mission, HQ will contact you, “THE MISSION IS...
Summary: Yes, Sam Fisher(and his great suit) is back in this all new stealth action game. Ubisoft has again impressed with brilliant graphics (especially the "walking through water / grass" effect), great sound, and the all important enemy A.I. Climb again on/off buildings using a ladder, pipe or your grappling hook.
Excerpt: Several months ago I wrote a review on ciao for Splinter Cell. The game was atmospheric, original, well conceived, and at the same time, realistic. However, as is so often the case, it's sequel; Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, simply doesn't live up to its predecessor. Seemingly for the rest of the gaming community, this game has been hailed as a success.
Pros: Solid gameplay, good graphical detail, better plot
Excerpt: Having just recently clocked Pandora Tomorrow I felt compelled to share my thoughts on this fantastic game. Sam Fisher is back. That's right, there seems to be no rest for the man in black. It's upto Sam and his team to stop a terrorist organisation and figure out what the code 'Pandora Tomorrow' means. Black ninja suit? Check. OPSAT? Check. Night vision goggles? Check Sarky comebacks to Lamberts comments? Oh yes!
Pros: Good graphics, great stealth abilities, some new moves
Summary: Splinter Cell is a game with a similar concept to that of the wonderful Metal Gear Solid series, however in the end it comes out quite different. Not that the game is a bad take on the stealth action no no, it is just stealth action from a different approach. This game has you taking on the role of Sam Fisher, a 'splinter cell' a special agent undercover, who, if caught, will be denyed to have exisited by the American Government.