Surprisingly great too be a such a old game, if you ask me, a masterpiece. A perfect sequel for a incredible series. It's honestly shocking that no one is talking about this game today. Yeah, the story is somehow rushed a little bit, but still very solid eventough some of the characters dosen't have the same voice actors, they are still doing a good job to portray them. More gadgets to use are awesome, some of the level design is legendary. Overall, nothing tops this game in terms of stealth.
I never write any reviews in general, but for this game I had too. One of the best games I have ever played. Gameplay feels flawless, the plot is awesome, soundtrack is incredible, and the maps... WOW. I probably go as far to say it's better than Chaos Theory.
Pandora Tomorrow flirts tantalizingly close to gaming perfection. All of the components are here, so with a little tuning for the inevitable follow up, perfection and pure gaming nirvana should be well within their grasp.
The end result is exquisitely original multiplayer gaming that's a vastly different experience based on which team is chosen. It's only marred by a bizarrely overlooked bug that crashes the Xbox when browsing available servers through OptiMatch.
It's the multiplayer which has completely engulfed us; we've yet to play an Xbox Live! game which felt so refreshing, as we said towards the beginning, there's no reason why this shouldn't do for Xbox Live! what "Counter-Strike" did to PC gaming.
Ladies and gentlemen, Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow is the Empire Strikes Back in stealth games, and has everything that makes a stealth game a masterpiece. The stealth mechanics are better, since now you have more gadgets to toy with, which also makes it easier to take down enemies and environments on the maps. When we talking about maps, is the strongest side with Pandora Tomorrow compared to entire series, heck, even some of the maps are even better than Chaos Theory.. and reason to that is the atmosphere and attention to detail that Ubisoft carefully crafted. Some maps have backstories, cool ways to interact with things and how Lambert/Grimsdottir react what you do ingame. You think the first game was hard considering the alams? Finally Ubisoft fixed that, you can trigger 3 mistakes without mission failed until the next checkpoints. AI is also improved a little bit from the predecessor but sometimes they can feel stupid. If you Im not gonna spoil the story, however, is it so much more tense and more intresting this time thanksfully. Graphics are still awesome til this date, Ubisoft made sure to upgrade lightning, shadow, and weather effects that are now more natural. For a 2004 game, it's pretty impressive, especially if you play it on Xbox One X/Series X, that offer 4K resolution, it's a absolute joy. Arguably one of the best stealth game ever made, this is good old Ubisoft magic. Pandora Tomorrow gets a 10.
Juegazo de Ubisoft, pena que no hagan lo mismo hoy en día. El sigilo está bien hecho, tiene variación de niveles y tiene su dificultad. Hay muchas formas de hacerlo y lo único que debe mejorar es el uso de armas en tercera persona.
Un buen 9
Definitely an improvement from the first mechanic wise and some quality of life improvements but a pretty nothing story with an abrupt ending and still no quick saves. The check points were not as bad as in the first game but still would of been nice. Other then that pretty much the same as before.
Un peu plus court, un peu moins difficile que le premier (ou moins pénible à certains moments !...) ce second Splinter Cell gagne une interface sensiblement améliorée et une maniabilité un peu moins pataude. Pandora Tomorrow reste cependant un vrai Splinter : très exigeant et d'une difficulté toujours élevée -et parfois décourageante. Techniquement le jeu a bien supporté le poids des années (sur Xbox) et demeure passionnant malgré ses tics et bien entendu très au dessus de n'importe quel MGS.
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.
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