Reviews and Problems with Splinter Cell Double Agent
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greendaysk8r , GameStop
9 January 2011
Summary: Being A HUGE Splinter Cell Fan I Picked This Game Up. This Game Was Phenomonal. If Your A New Comer To The Series Or If You've Played Everyone One Of Them Through, This Is Perfect. A Flawless Game Worth $60 When It Came out And Worth $10 Now. Buy This Game!!!!!!
Summary: Splinter Cell Double agent was an amazing game even though The game could of been a little longer it would of been so much cooler but hey what can you do lol. Anyway When i got the game it was like new no scratches no dust no nothing on it i was amazed i though it was going to have a couple scratches or something on it but no it was awesome. The game played perfect in my xbox. THis game is the best splinter cell games i have played and now i have played all four of them.
Great sequel for Chaos Theory, and surpasses 360 version
22 October 2009
Summary: Can you say Chaos Theory part 2! I played the 360 version of this game about 5 times now, and I do enjoy playing it, but after I finally got my hands on this version I doubt I will go back and play the other. I was under the impression that both games were the exact same, with one just being in high definition. I was quick to realize they are nothing alike, with the exception of a few same cut scenes.
Summary: I absolutely love this game I saw someone playing it at a friend's house, and bought this game the next time I went to Gamestop. The AI on this game is amazing as every time your character makes noise by running or other loud movements they are alerted to your presence. Sneaky moves such as the split jump(or dropping on the poor guy's head from that position) and inverted neck break make you feel like the ultimate stealth master(or something like that.
Summary: Splinter Cell Chaos Theory is the best game in existence, making it's descendant, Double Agent, and okay game. Maybe not up in the best game in existence games, but one of the best stealth ones. The gameplay is a heck of a lot of fun. But the story mode is kind of uncreative. I mean, Sam's daughter, Sarah, is pretty important in the series, and when she dies, it's not that big of a deal except for a little while. It really wasn't necessary for Sarah to die.
Summary: If you are a fan of the Splinter Cell series of games, this one is like no other. You make choices that impact the game and decide if you take Sam on a journey to the under world or continue to fight for the NSA.
Summary: I own both the XBOX and XBOX360 version and both are just as much fun. While this copy does not have as sharp graphics as the newer version, it still has the original shade meter and sound meter as the originals. The story line is different too in some ways ranging from different terrain to a completely different mission. Overall, it's still pretty cool, still splinter cell.