Summary: This is a good game for you if you like first person shooters. Its also a good game if you like a good story line. This game has a good storyline that won't leave you scratching your head. It is also a challenge at parts so you'll have fun playing it. Awesome Game!
Summary: If you a fan of the Splinter Cell franchise then you will have no trouble liking this one for the psp. The controls are a little difficult since the camera can't be moved until you stop, and press the O button to move the camera, no big hassle though since your always stopping to check your surrounds anyway, just can't move it while your moving. It was great to be able to go back in time and play some of my favorite levels from all the past games.
Summary: I just bought this game and found it to be suprisingly fun. I only say surprisingly because on every other website I went to I found medicore reviews. I am a big Tom Clancy fan especially when it comes to the Splinter Cell series and the Rainbow Six series. I find his games to be extremley challenging which I enjoy. Splinter Cell Essentials is another one of those games.
Conclusion: For Â£10 it has to be good but i personally found this a great buy, i loved it and i think evoryone who likes splinter cell will enjoy this, with a bonus of spy vs spy multiplayer mode. I would recommend this game to anyone. The only downfall is some parts are quite hard to understand and complete, also i found the story mode to be a bit shorter than expected. A great deal for Â£9.99 and i personally think almost anyone will enjoy it.
Klassische Missionen der "Ur-Trilogie" plus exklusive Neuaufträge
Daniel Christian Schweikert 1996, Amazon
6 May 2014
Summary: Mit "Essentials" erschien 2006 noch vor Teil 4 ein Best-of der ersten drei Teile mit kristallklarem Bezug auf das noch in den Sternen stehende bevorstehende Abenteuer. Dieses ungewöhnliche Konzept erstreckt sich im Spiel auf insgesamt ein Dutzend Missionen! Einzig und allein die Sprachausgabe ist diesmal verunschönert worden: Fisher spricht mal hell und mal tief wie wir es von Martin Kessler kennen und zu schätzen wissen.