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|MPN:||008888511601||Game Name:||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow|
Grizzled operative Sam Fisher returns for more covert activity on behalf of the National Security Agency in this follow-up to Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell. Stealth is once again essential as players use a variety of new gadgets and acrobatic moves to infiltrate buildings and strongholds without alerting guards. Players will be able to climb curtains, perform new melee attacks, and make use of the latest in vision-enhancing equipment. Also new to this installment are more outdoor locales such as jungles and operations taking place in broad daylight, complete with civilians going about their daily routines. Fisher must now avoid detection from pedestrians as well as enemies.
Yet the game's biggest addition in an online component where members of shadowy Black Ops squads are sent to tackle team-oriented missions. While players cannot select Sam Fisher for online action, they will be able to select from an assortment of male and female operatives all skilled in the art of stealth. Enemies may abduct players and use them as hostages, requiring fellow operatives to quickly de-escalate the situation or risk losing a member of the team. Unlike the original Splinter Cell, which began as an Xbox title and was later ported to PlayStation 2, GameCube, and PC, Pandora Tomorrow is designed as a multi-platform game from the start.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||6491319|
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|Game Name||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow|
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|Number of Players||1-4|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|Game||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood, Drug Référence, Violence|
|Game Series||Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Series|
|Game Special Features||Participate in either single or multiplayer stealth action New weapons and gadgets can be used through 21 levels of action Play on opposing sides (as a spy or mercenary) in multiplayer mode|
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Different but the same.
Well, it's been almost 2 years since Pandora Tomorrow's release and yes as before...I am now just finished playing it (read my 1st Splinter Cell Review for more info). I must say that this game is definitely polished. All the environments look fantastic, atleast when your not looking thru them darn NV goggles 2/3rds the time. I actually caught myself stopping mid-level just to marvel at how great everything looked, especially in the lush Timor level, and the water...by God the water just gets better looking every time. Sometimes you gotta stop to smell the pot...er, roses. I'm glad Ubi decided to finally add some extensive outdoors levels this time around. Something else that was welcomed was the new wall split-jump lean. I liked being able to grab a higher ledge via double split jump. Although extremely subtle, it was a nice change of pace when negotiating the obstacles. But my favorite was the "S.W.A.T Turn" which allowed you to shuffle past doorways and hall openings from one side to the other without detection. It not only looked cool but added great functionality. Speaking of "Functionality", I very happy with the new button layout and equipment interface this time around, it felt just right. There are some things that surprised me when first playing PT, but not the "Happy Birthday" kind, I'm surprised at how badly linear it still is. Even the outdoor levels only leave you with one real path in. I remember back some years before even the 1st Splinter Cell, at how they were gonna amaze us with the many ways to infiltrate enemy territory like never before. I'm still kinda wondering what happened. And like the last SC I'm also wondering why we still have these terrible checkpoints and no ingame saves...very frustrating. Okay, if you read my previous SC review you already know how I feel about touchy AI. Unfortunately it's not much different in PT either, which is a shame. Again I'm amazed at how smart and stupid they can be. I noticed during one level, not exactly sure which one but the moment sticks in my mind, where I was slowly sneaking around a building in the dark and my leg briefly caught some light...well needless to say I was fired upon instantly with deadly results. Even supposedly non-hostile, non-terrorist NPC's shoot first and ask questions later. You'd think they'd go in to inspect, perhaps put some more lights on me, but no, despite my being fully cloaked in darkness I was apparently an easy target. Yet at the same time I could drag away and kill 4 out of 5 guards on patrol in a small area and the 5th guard wouldn't give it a second thought..."Did they all go for drinks and not tell me?" thinks the lonely guard. Alright now I should tell you, I never got a chance to play the Multiplayer Spy Vs Merc's game. So I can't add this to my review, but from what I've heard and read it sounds like a brilliant game and I'm sorry I missed out on it (It was a rental after all). So if it really is what they say it was all cracked up to be, feel free to mentally add another point to my review. But as far as the Single player campaign, although it was definitely an improvement over the first, it still feels like an add-on or expansion pack to me, which isn't to say it's a bad thing, but it isn't anything to write home to Sarah about.
Very Fun Game
The second Splinter Cell game is very cool, but the first and the third games in the series are much better. This game doesn't get too creative and it isn't much different from the first game, but it's still a great experience. There's a mission in the game that takes place on a train and it's definitely the best level in the game. Other than that the multiplayer is very fun and will keep you busy for weeks. Even though it isn't amazing I still recommend playing this older game because you'll most likely have a good time with it.
Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow
Tom Clancy definitely created the best superhero. Sam Fisher and all his craziness puts Marvel games to shame. The upgrades in this game from the original are astounding. A.I. is more intelligent, but Sam's gadgets are also upgraded. As in every splinter cell game, there is no one route to take. Whether it's a choice to take the stairs or climb the side of the building, or a choice to sneak your way through a darkened hallway, dispatching guards along the way, or to maneuver across on a pipe, you can do it all in this game. Most of the cameras in this game are armored, which means you have to sneak. No cheating on this game. DISCLAIMER: As in every video game, there are things you have to watch out for in the interests of your kids. There is profanity, a subsequent level of violence, and moral code issues like betrayal in this game. Also, you will find that anyone who plays this game for more than a couple hours every day, will start acting weird. Hiding when people come around, turning OFF the lights when coming into the room, that kind of stuff. Like I said, be careful with this game around kids.
The Sequel to the Cell...
Very good game and its game play, but lacks the originality of the first and flexibility of the third. It can get frustrating to find save points, but all in all I would buy this game. The entire Splinter Cell is a very well thought out and glitch free games series. I highly recommend it and suggest as using it as a means on how to be patient.
This is the second edition to the series of Splinter Cell. The new feature of whistling is great to get the attention of patrolling guards. The storyline is decent too. All the missions have something interesting and keep you involved throughout. I have not tried the online gameplay. You may want to read a review that have spent good amount of time online with this game.