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Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow Member Review for the PS2

damo_rox619 By:
damo_rox619
04/25/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
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GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 4 
PUBLISHER Ubisoft 
DEVELOPER Ubisoft 
RELEASE DATE  
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Splinter Cell had to be one of the best PS2 games ever made, when i first heard about it, i thought it didn't seem like my type of game. Then my brother bought it, not knowing at all what it would be like, it turns out that he hated it and i loved it.

The good thing is that Pandora Tomorrow continues what the first splinter cell does without having any dissapointing moments.

The thing i loved about the first splinter cell is that each level was well thought out and it just makes you want to play as many levels as you can and you want the game to just keep going. Pandora Tomorrow continues this perfectly, the games first few levels are great and really fun, and the game just keeps going in that trend. The sad thing is there are only 8 levels, even though it still takes about 10-12 hours to finish. There was one thing that really annoyed me, and it was that on the Xbox version, there was a part in the 4th level that seemed nearly impossible, you go down an elevator, and you're in a basement sort of thing along with about 6 guards, when i got to this part, they were already outside the elevator waiting for me and there was no way i could change that. Meanwhile, on the PS2 version, they were on patrol down there and had no idea i was coming (haha!), so i was able to sneak past them and do that part without any trouble. That can't have been intentional.

Anyway, the graphics are good but i think they have a few issues, the voice acting is perfect, but there's something discomforting about the sound, it's not as clear as it was on the first splinter cell, plus your boss has a different and worse voice actor.

The game is still really really really really fun and no other game could do stealth action better.

 


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