Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow review
Best Stealth game I've ever played

The good:

Definitly the graphics and environment


A guy like me usually is too impatient for stealth games. Very few stealth-only games I like. Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is one of them. This is one of those games that even if you don't like, if you play it for at least a little while and try to play it how it should be played, you'll get into it.

The graphics, lighting, and environment is the most appealing part to me. Gives off a dark grimmy feeling.

The sound isn't bad either. A rather fitting soundtrack to each level.

The gameplay is much better than the first splinter cell. It something to readjust to but it feels natural once you got it. Lots of new controls like whistling to lure mercenaries. Everything is pretty much like a puzzle and must go through several types of different obstacles you must deal with to stay invisible or much less stay alive in the game and be able to make it to the next area.

The AI is pretty descent. Enough to put up a challenge against the mercenaries. Some things do seem a bit rusty but any more realistic would probably make the game less fun.

The multiplayer is one of the most distinctivly unique parts of this game. A brand new type of multiplayer action based on stealth. Something that was never possible with split screen, now is possible with XBOX Live and System Link. For now it's one of a kind and does bring much more value to the game.

Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is one game everyone should try. Whether you like stealth games or not, it's at least worth a rent for both XBOX Live/System link Players and Single Players. It's one game you likely wouldn't regret giving a chance at.

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