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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow single-player demo

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Editors' Review

by   / November 09, 2008

The original Splinter Cell made a splash in the genre of stealth-based action games, but the single-player mode of the sequel appears to offer more of the same. That's not necessarily a bad thing. The PC version of the original was one of the best releases of the past few years, and a new single-player storyline, combined with the multiplayer mode, should make Pandora Tomorrow a powerful package. However, gamers looking for a revolutionary step forward might be disappointed.

Once again, you play Sam Fisher, an independent agent in a high-stakes game of espionage. As the demo begins, you are crouched atop a Paris-to-Nice TGV traveling several hundred miles per hour. You must locate and question an operative named Norman Soth, then make your escape via an Osprey helicopter at the back of the train. You cannot alert the men transporting Soth of your presence, nor are you allowed to kill anyone. A variety of vision-enhancing goggles and gadgets such as optic cables and laser microphones will help you see and hear what's going on. Since audio and visual details are so important to your success, it's nice to see the quality of details, such as constantly shifting shadows. Fans of the original will find everything they loved about the first game, and newcomers will get a great introduction to the genre.

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Editors' Review

by   / November 09, 2008

The original Splinter Cell made a splash in the genre of stealth-based action games, but the single-player mode of the sequel appears to offer more of the same. That's not necessarily a bad thing. The PC version of the original was one of the best releases of the past few years, and a new single-player storyline, combined with the multiplayer mode, should make Pandora Tomorrow a powerful package. However, gamers looking for a revolutionary step forward might be disappointed.

Once again, you play Sam Fisher, an independent agent in a high-stakes game of espionage. As the demo begins, you are crouched atop a Paris-to-Nice TGV traveling several hundred miles per hour. You must locate and question an operative named Norman Soth, then make your escape via an Osprey helicopter at the back of the train. You cannot alert the men transporting Soth of your presence, nor are you allowed to kill anyone. A variety of vision-enhancing goggles and gadgets such as optic cables and laser microphones will help you see and hear what's going on. Since audio and visual details are so important to your success, it's nice to see the quality of details, such as constantly shifting shadows. Fans of the original will find everything they loved about the first game, and newcomers will get a great introduction to the genre.

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Full Specifications

General

Publisher UbiSoft Entertainment
Publisher web site http://www.ubi.com/US
Release Date March 17, 2004
Date Added March 17, 2004
Version

Category

Category Games
Subcategory Adventure Games

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 98/Me/2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 98/Me/2000/XP, 1GHz CPU, 256MB RAM, 64MB VRAM

Download Information

File Size 118.56MB
File Name SCPandoraT_SPDemo.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 228,650
Downloads Last Week 0

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations One mission
Price $39.99
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