Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (Xbox): Fisher's back
21 June 2008
Summary: With the success of the first Splinter Cell, the return of Sam Fisher was welcomed by many a stealth-fan. Sleek graphics, intelligent controls and improved game play made this game a true winner. Receiving a massive 9.5 rating from IGN, this game was obviously going to sell easily. The light-and-shadow-based gameplay that everyone loved is still there and even improved as well as new gadgets to have fun with, such as new vision modes, sonar devices, and motion sensors.
Pros: More gadgets, cheap, better gameplay, improved graphics, and an online mode
Excerpt: "Well what can i say? its an overall great game. It must have been hard for the people at UBIsoft to make a sequil to one of the best games I have played on the xbox. When I got the game i wasnt sure if it would been a clasic i could play again and again but i was pleasantly surpised. You play as (the ever aging) Sam Fisher a secret agent. Even though he's gettoing older he still is able to carry out really cool moves. The new moves in Pandora Tomorrow ...
Excerpt: "So here it is. Splinter cell:pt. The sequel to one of the biggest games of the generation. How can it possibly improve upon what the original offered? Well, it sure did try, and suceeded in many ways. Graphically it's pretty much identical to splinter cell. No great improvements, but what can you expect considering how great splinter cell looked in the first place. The sound is very much akin to it's predecessor as well, with guards bantering, ...
Pros: Sequel to splinter cell . New moves . Online play .
Cons: Easier than the first game . Less original ideas .
Summary: For game play, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow cannot get any closer to a 'Navy Seal' dreamer's playground. It offers all one could desire. Stealthly movement control; killing missions, rendevous missions, well planned story line, fun advanced gadgets (but not too advanced) & swift but silent attacks on unfortunate souls that happen to be blocking your path to mission completion.
Pros: Stealthly Movement, Silent killings or use the bait as insurance, Thinking Needed
Cons: Graphics are good but not as good as they could be, Corny lines from guards and patrolers