Reviews and Problems with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent
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Couldn't get used to it
9 July 2013
Summary: I played Conviction first, which in my opinion has much better gameplay and control is more intuitive. Tried to play double agent to understand the previous part of the story but I couldn't get used to the old controls, layout, etc.
Summary: What the hell is this? This is nothing like the other Splinter Cell games. Can't believe I wasted $8 on it. I mean, I was so excited to get this and have fun, because I played the first Splinter Cell on GameCube when I was a kid, so I was excited to relive my childhood through another game. This is bull crap though. The game is horrible. It just throws you in and doesn't tell you how to use the controls, or what your objective is.
Summary: After 'Conviction' ...TOTALLY BORING. What a waste of a good DVD. That being said, I am surprised I got Fisher as far as I got him, given the fact that enemies would shoot through solid block walls ...AND FISHER WAS TAKING DAMAGE! Shoot back?? Are you out of your cotton-picking mind?? The enemy didn't take any damage.... NOT FOR ANYTHING!
Summary: If you look at the back of all xbox games, they tell you how many people can play the game. Players is always first, and indicates how many people can play on a single console. Then some games have number of players for system link, online, coop, etc. This game said players "1-3." However, after spending 20 minutes trying to figure out how to have two or three people play on the same console, I about went crazy.
Summary: Well I ordered this game as a Christmas present and the game was never delevered. I had no luck tracking the down the package, and a even harder time getting though to Amazon. So I can't review the game and have a even worse review for Amazon.
Summary: I am a huge fan of Tom Clancy's games. I love Ghost Recon, and Rainbow Six series. However, this is my first time playing Splinter Cell. This is a total waste of money, and honestly I am not impressed by the graphics. Maybe this is a game for those who love strategy, but for me is a boring game. So far for the Xbox 360 only Ghost Recon 3 has lived up to its expectations. For the people who love co-op games, I highly recommend "Conflict Global Terror".
Summary: have to agree with some of the previous posts - I too bought this game because the package said it was for 1-3 players - assuming that meant 1-3 players could play via splitscreen rather than going online. Well this is not the case, its false advertising in my opinion and I think the Xbox360 folks and Ubisoft owe an explanation. oh yeah, almost forgot to say - this is also an extremely boring game for single player - ho hum, climb, shoot, sneak, shoot - yawn.
Summary: So I was so excited when I heard this game was going to be another Co-op Splinter Cell, and even more exited when I saw it said 1-3 players. I got this game the day it was released and sat downw with my brother to play some Co-op, but it wasn't there. It is a complete lie and was very disapointing. Also, online multiplayer is a big disappointment. Chaos Theory was great online, but this was not at all fun.
Very disappointed... No co-op splitscreen missions
C. L. Hauri, Amazon
27 October 2006
Summary: I bought this for my husband's birthday. We loved playing the Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, because of the splitscreen co-op missions where both of us could play together. I read MANY reviews online that the Double Agent game would have the same splitscreen co-ops and we were SO excited.