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Syphon Filter 3

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation
6 customer reviews

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  • 3rd installment in the best-selling Syphon Filter franchise
  • Enhanced high-tech weaponry
  • Play as Gabe Logan, Lian Xing, or other agents
  • All-new mini-games
  • Extensive battle training
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 18
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00005RULD
  • Product Dimensions: 0.1 x 0.1 x 0.1 cm ; 5 g
  • Release Date: 30 Nov. 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,619 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Enter a world of deceit and secrets with Gabe Logan and Lian Xing, back to finish off the Agency in Syphon Filter 3. A two-disc set, Syphon Filter 3 is the third instalment in the more than bestselling Syphon Filter franchise. This newest instalment offers all new high-tech weaponry and edge-of-your-seat action that unfolds through more than 18 international environments. Playing as Gabe Logan, Lian Xing, or other agents depending on level and situation, you will battle enemies with a deadly arsenal, including all-new weapons such as proximity mines, new rifles, and a variety of other lethal weapons. Mini-games offer opportunities to prepare for missions and annihilate the enemy.

Amazon.co.uk Review

It was surprising to hear that the third game in the popular Syphon Filter series would be built for the PlayStation; we're going to have to wait another year for the series to jump over to the PlayStation 2, but that's all right, because playing Syphon Filter 3 on the PSone is like coming home again. You again play as Gabe Logan as he tracks terrorists, enemy spies, and the Syphon Filter virus; the story has Congress getting involved and trying to pin the virus problem from the first two games on Gabe and his partner Lian Xing, so Gabe must clear his name and save the world again. Interestingly, the missions are played out of order as Gabe and his team explain their past missions to the committee; this flashback structure keeps the game refreshing.

Syphon Filter has never been for the weak-skilled. It features location-based damage (a head shot is fatal), making it one of the more frustrating or exhilarating of games, depending on how you look at it. The controls are as responsive as they've always been, and the camera system doesn't fail, which is a rarity in third person action games. The graphics are quite good for the PlayStation, if only slightly improved from Syphon Filter 2. The gameplay is extensive, with not only the story-based missions but also some mini-games and a multiplayer option that lets you gun for a friend in head-to-head combat.

Given the flashback nature of the missions, Syphon Filter 3 might be confusing for new players, so it's best for fans of the series, or as something to buy along with the earlier classics. In many ways the game feels like an expansion pack to Syphon Filter 2, which isn't a bad thing at all; overall, it's a compelling game that proves there's life yet in the old PlayStation. --Bob Andrews


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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Craig Smith on 13 Nov. 2001
Format: Video Game
BRILLIANT!
One of the only sequels I've played that surpasses the original, Tomb Raider 2 came close but Syphon Filter 3 breaks the mold set by the original released back in February 1999. The Syphon Filter 2 left us craving that a third installation be created, a final chapter, concluding Gabriel Logan's war against the government agency and the 'Syphon Filter' virus. With a new high-tech arsenal including laser crossbows and more assault rifles than you can shake a finger at, you are placed in drivers seat of this roller coster ride to stop the Syphon Filter virus... 'Breathtaking!'
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Perkins on 1 April 2003
Format: Video Game
When the first Syphon Filter came along it blew a lot of people away. Standing out as an action filled Metal Gear Solid, the Syphon Filter series stood in a class of its own. The second installment was probably the series at it's peak and sadily Syphon Filter 3 feels a bit tired in comparison. New mini games are fine, and the opening level of sniping enemies from a hotel room kicks things off well. However the further you go into the game the more you realise youve been here before. More fresh ideas please.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter Markey on 25 Aug. 2003
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My favourite game series of all time finishes with a bang (for the time being). Graphics are not as good as the other two and it seems a bit stilted in terms of plot lines by going through some of the old cutscenes in the form of missions.
But game play is fantastic, pace of gameplay is quick and the enemies come quick and fast. The storylines often develop as you are playing a mission and allies can become enemies after one short message.
This game is a pleasure to play, it is short but very well packed together with absouletly no boring bits like metal gear solid
In short a must buy
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