Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
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Stephen Orr, amazon.co.uk
6 August 2010
Summary: This is the second in the series of Splinter Cell games - as such, it expands on the original game. It's not quite as good as later games in the series - particularly those that were released on the Xbox 360 - but it is still very enjoyable and a challenge to play. The graphics are still pretty good, even though they have been surpassed by newer titles - but for the time, they were exceptional.
Excerpt: Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is a stealth action game developed by Ubisoft for the Playstation 2. Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow has you resume your role as the tough gruff hero Sam Fisher, this time Sam is in Indonesia this time around after a threat codenamed Pandora Tomorrow is discovered which involes a terrorist group led by Sadano and his terrorist cell, the plan is to launch disease carrying missiles into the USA, Sam must stop this threat and save the USA from...
Summary: The game begins with a nicely based training level which is an actual level and not just training. New gadgets make game-play interesting and smooth and life like graphics take the game to the next level. There are some nice touches, including rats in the lab and the airport scenery. However the AI can lack a bit and it can be tempting just to run at all the guards and knock them over with a blow to the head.
Summary: For those of you who are contemplating buying Pandora Tomorrow having played and enjoyed the first Splinter Cell please be aware that the general consensus of other reviewers is correct. Pandora Tomorrow is not a true sequel in the computer games sense of the word and if this were a PC only game it probably would have been released as an expansion pack rather than as a stand alone title.
Summary: Having played Splinter Cell I was waiting with baited breath to get my hands on SCPT. Although the single game play mode is much the same, it has been tweaked here and there to improve things somewhat. I have to say though that I felt kind of deflated playing the game. It does not leave much to the imagination on how to complete tasks in order to move on which I felt the first one did.
Summary: Pandora Tomorrow is the follow up to 2002's critically acclaimed Splinter Cell which redefined the stealth game genre , which at the time was filled with Metal Gear Solid rip offs so Spliter Cell was a breath of fresh air at the time.The sequel is now here and its about time too! You see yourself fill the deadly shoes of Sam Fisher once again in a one man war against a Indonesian Terrorist Network determined to put America to a standstill.
Summary: good graphics,flawles control system and great story this game is just asgood as the original except the graphics are slightly poorer but stillgood.The game flows at a good pace the missions are interesting and thegame play is never annoying.All in all a very good experience.