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8.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 59 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 52 out of 59
  2. Negative: 3 out of 59

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  1. Mar 12, 2013
    7
    Amongst the best stealth based games available with a more coherent story but less personality than the Metal Gear solid games. Pandora Tomorrow features improved visuals and gameplay over the original but suffers from the usual problems associated with the genre such as enemies simply following pre-set routes around the games levels and forgetting about you two minutes after they you alert them.
  2. SawyerP.
    Jun 16, 2004
    6
    Sure this game has great graphics.....but I just didnt get hooked like I did to the first one. The story line isent as good, my advice skip this game and get the first.
  3. JamesH.
    May 12, 2004
    7
    If, like me you are not connected to the Xbox live service and LAN games are not an option then you will be limited to the single-player missions. These are pretty good fun for a while but eventually become very samey. Sam Fisher has a whole variety of special moves that he gets to use on occasion but is incapable of jumping the smallest fence if the gameplay does not script him to If, like me you are not connected to the Xbox live service and LAN games are not an option then you will be limited to the single-player missions. These are pretty good fun for a while but eventually become very samey. Sam Fisher has a whole variety of special moves that he gets to use on occasion but is incapable of jumping the smallest fence if the gameplay does not script him to explore a particular area. This may help to heighten the tension of the gameplay by forcing you through specific scripted scenes to progress but you never truly feel that you can interact at will with the game world. Ultimately this is a decent game but when only played single-player it is nothing more than a slightly glossed upgrade from the original Splinter Cell. I was a little disappointed by this release and its the first Xbox title I have bought in ages that I wasn't motivated enough to complete. Expand
  4. BenJ.
    Apr 19, 2004
    6
    This game looks, and sounds, absolutely amazing and really shows just what the Xbox is capable of. From this perspective it can't be beaten. Unfortunately, it's also rather easy and not even a fraction as challenging as the first game - which is a massive disappointment.
  5. RichP.
    Mar 27, 2004
    6
    Despite the gorgeous graphics, realism, gadgets, sc:pt is terminally dull. The game is so linear it's almost comical. People complain about the lack of action, or the patience required to play this or it's predecessor, but their is nothing wrong with these qualities in a game. But if a game doesn't have constant action, or speed, it requires something - in this case ,and Despite the gorgeous graphics, realism, gadgets, sc:pt is terminally dull. The game is so linear it's almost comical. People complain about the lack of action, or the patience required to play this or it's predecessor, but their is nothing wrong with these qualities in a game. But if a game doesn't have constant action, or speed, it requires something - in this case ,and all good stealth games, a game should make the gamer feel clever. Make the player outwit the enemy. But because sc:pt doesn't offer any different routes, or ways in which to approach it, you just feel like you're being led by the hand, on rails. It's made even more frustrationg because of all the cool moves sam is capable of, but you never get to exploit them. Sam is sometimes capable of scaling huge walls, other times unable to even make it over a small fence - lazy programming - to ensure you never go where you're not supposed to, and this quashes any sense of fun or freedom. Too often the game simply requires that you stay in the dark until someone turns their back, proceed, next room, repeat. BIG disappointment. Expand
Metascore
93

Universal acclaim - based on 74 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 74 out of 74
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  1. 9 / 8 / 7 / 8  - gold [Vol 852]
  2. No multiplayer title has ever bound and balanced two wholly different games this way.
  3. 100
    It's oozing with every bit the quality of the original but is more refined, with even more attention to detail, more streamlined gameplay and more missions.