Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
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11 November 2004
Summary: Taking stealth-action to the next level, Tom
Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow from Ubisoft on the Xbox takes players
deeper undercover than ever before. Pandora Tomorrow enhances the original
game's amazing graphics with even more real-world detail with amazing
light-sourcing and shadow...
Excerpt: Genre: Stealth Action Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Release Date: March 27, 2004 Buy 'SPLINTER CELL: Pandora Tomorrow': Xbox | GBA | GameCube | PC | PlayStation 2 The first Splinter Cell was and still is widely considered to be one of the best Xbox titles out there.
Excerpt: Upon catching a glimpse of the first beautifully rendered setting -- the ocean crushing up against the beach, the dock creaking with your every tiptoe, grass rustling with each brush-by -- you'll be intrigued. After you pick your first lock, you'll be thoroughly enthused.
Conclusion: The multiplayer modes address the issues levelled at the first Splinter Cell – those of shelf-life and the lack thereof – and when all things are considered, Ubisoft's Shanghai and Annecy studios have managed to code an absolute masterpiece that will please Clancy fans and action-stealth aficionados...
Conclusion: If you've played the original title then this will still bring enough to the table to warrant more game time spent. However the game has also been designed for the newcomer as well with the first level giving you a lot more time to get used to the controls before throwing you deep into the action.
Conclusion: Neben erstklassiger Grafik war es auch die Soundkulisse, die mir das Wasser im Mund zusammentrieb: erstklassiger Surround-Sound und sehr gute deutsche Synchronsprecher. Schade nur, dass es ein paar (sehr) kleine Flecken auf der weißen Weste gibt: der inzwischen gefixte Multiplayer-Bug gehört...