Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Essentials
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G. West, Amazon
30 October 2011
Summary: I LOVE Splinter Cell games - have been playing them for years. Therefore, the day I bought my first PSP, this was one of the first games I picked-up. It was a severe let down (as have been all UbiSoft games for the PSP). There are numerous broken aspects of this game. The one I remember the most was that the graphics were so bad, dark and blurry, there were times that you could not even tell what your character was doing on screen.
Summary: In all the years that I have played games from pc to xbox 360 to ps2 to psp, this is the worst game I have ever had the misfortune to purchase. These guys are lucky that we live in a society that companies don't have to pay back its customers for simply a terrible product (unless it causes damages). The worst part of it is that Tom Clancy put his name on it. I have bought about everything Tom Clancy has ever written or supported. Not anymore.
Summary: The game is very fun, but the camera controls keep's it hard to play, to move the camera you have to stop the player, hit circle and move the camera then you can walk again... very very veby bad camera controls...
Summary: IT'S RUBBISH!!! Splinter cell essentials is really just Pandora Tomorrow and Chaos Theory stuck together with that nasty cheap glue you get in Pound Shops... The game is set by flashbacks, which makes it very convinient for Ubisoft to use the exact came maps with slight changes so the PSP can handle it...