Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Essentials
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17 December 2006
Excerpt: Well this title sure did sneak up on us, didn’t it’ Pun very much intended. Why open up this fair review in such a way, you may ask’ Well it’s a sad thing to say but that previous line is one of the few interesting things my mind could come up with to say about Splinter Cell: Essentials ‘ which is far from essential, as it happens. The main premise of the title is excellent, as it tries to set itself apart from the console editions without labelling itself as a spin-off.
Excerpt: Sam Fisher has stealthily found his way onto just about every handheld platform known to man in the past few years, including the N-Gage, Nintendo DS and even mobile phones. It was somewhat inevitable then that Fisher would make his debut on the PSP eventually, and so here we are, with Splinter Cell: Essentials . So now Sam has made his debut (surprisingly stealthily as well), does the game live up to its namesake or is it far from essential?