Jan 6, 20121First of all i have to admit that (as a hardcore Splinter Cell fan) this game is amazing yet on any other platform. I have played PC version on an FX 5500 back in time without any new generation gfx card shadow problems and it was amazing, played on an original Xbox and i was shocked and played on Xbox 360 as well, thanks to backwards compatibility, without any bugs or problems and finally i decided to purchase and download this brilliant title to my PS3 to play on an HD TV with 16:9 ratio and some other HD benefits. First thing i have noticed in the game was the problem about the shadows when you move the camera or move the Sam himself. Blinking and disappearing shadows are something you don't want to encounter in the remake of a classic game because you expect developers to optimize the game carefully for the PS3 platform but no, they didn't do that. This looks like a very poor port of PC version of the game and yes they have announced that this a PC port. Very poor port i have to say. Apart from the visual bugs, sound effects and the soundtrack is a bit buggy also. Oh i forgot to mention framerate issues as well, no kidding 2004 title suffers from frame rate issues. If you want to play Pandora Tomorrow without any problems on a seventh generation platform, just get the original Xbox version and (if you have hard drive) play it on an Xbox 360. Avoid the PS3 version at all costs.… Expand
May 5, 20124The framerate is atrocious! It really distracted me from what is otherwise a solid sequel to the original. Some of the soldier sound effects are of poor quality as well. They sound like the soldiers from Metal Gear Solid on the original Playstation. Clearly very little time and effort was put in this HD re-release. Who signed off on this? I'm really disappointed that I spent money on this...