Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
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You wouldn't want to stop playing
Charles B., Amazon
10 January 2005
Summary: This is an older game, but it's story and game play is unrealistically great! You can sneak past enemies through murky water and in shadows, shoot out lights to create advantages, hang upside down from the ceiling and quickly take out enemies with a silenced pistol, etc ,etc.
Summary: I don't care what people say, the first splinter cell was great, right up there with metal gear solid. The new one is even better, Sam Fisher the leading character can now perform Jackie Chan like moves by running up walls and attacking enemies.
Summary: this game looks grate and 100 times beter than the first one. the owley problem whith the fist one was shoot outs and that has changes also longer levels whit more stunts. I have plade a demo and it looks to be the best game ever. I wish it was out no.
Summary: First of all I'd just thought I'd like to clear up the release dates issue. The PS2 version is being delayed because it can't handle the standard of graphical power that is shown in the Xbox and Gamecube version so the developers have decided to delay the game to dress it up as best they can with...
Summary: I bought this used. It is like new. The game is fun. I am not a gaming person but decided to drag out the PS2 that has been in the closet for years. I have enjoyed attempting to get through the game.
Summary: There isn't much I can about this game that hasn't already been said. This game is fantastic, much in the same way as its predecessor. Sam's new ability to whistle is invaluable, along with the ability to open doors while carrying bodies, the absence of which was a slight annoyance in the first...
Summary: played this on the xbox and it is wicked! improved graphics, animation, moves, levels, EVERYTHING! it is a MILLION times better then the first game. the level set on a french train is my favroutie at the moment, with sam clutching onto a pipe underneath the train with sparks flying everywhere.