Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 19
  2. Negative: 2 out of 19
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  1. Very few action videogames for GBA can match up to TCSC: Pandora Tomorrow for GBA and what it is doing for the GBA generation.
  2. Although not quite as surprising as it was last year (I don’t think anyone expected a handheld Splinter Cell to be that good), it’s still a solid experience.
  3. Pandora Tomorrow, when compared to most GBA ports of console games, is a triumph. You can tell that the developers really took the time to make a game that is worth playing, not just slapping a Splinter Cell label on a half-hearted game.
  4. Often frustrating, but overall it's a worthwhile experience that's unlike anything else. [May 2004, p.108]
  5. Although Sam looks cool while monkey swinging and rolling from cover to cover, grabbing guards by the neck and knocking them unconscious, the whole thing feels a bit like a technical demonstration, rather than entertainment.
  6. Nintendo Insider
    What the game lacks in complexity, it gains in easy-to-understand controls and smooth gameplay. [June 2004, p.120]
  7. 75
    At first, the billion movements Sam can do and the stealth action will make you and your thumbs very happy, but you'll soon grow tired of the game's intentionally slowed pace.
  8. Cheat Code Central
    Probably the most addicting aspect of this game is that you never really know what to expect. The suspense can virtually kill you.

Awards & Rankings

#24 Most Shared Game Boy Advance Game of 2004

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