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Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (Xbox)

by Ubisoft
 Ages 12 and Over
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Xbox
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B0000A1OS0
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 181 g
  • Release Date: 26 Mar. 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,961 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Amazon.co.uk Review

Sam Fisher, the covert agent who makes Solid Snake look like Basildon Bond, is back in Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, the all-new sequel to the 2003 hit. Once again it's down to Fisher alone to rid the world of terrorists and various other enemies of Uncle Sam.

At first glance Pandora Tomorrow looks pretty much identical to its predecessor--which is to say it's one of the most graphically impressive video games ever made, with a particularly nice line in atmospheric lighting and insanely detailed environments. It's true that in straight gameplay terms things haven't changed very much, although there has been a concerted effort to make things less linear this time around--which was one of the main complaints levelled against the first game. Now though, there are multiple solutions to almost every situation you find yourself in, and this isn't limited merely to a simple choice between wading in guns blazing or sitting in a corner for 10 minutes being stealthly.

There are also a few new moves and gadgets to play with but probably the most important new feature for Pandora Tomorrow is the multi-player mode. This is no simplistic death-match mode but instead pits spies (using the single-player game's standard third-person viewpoint) against mercenaries (using a more traditional first-person view) where the completely different abilities and weapons of each team makes for some highly engaging and inventive action. This immediately stops Pandora Tomorrow from being yet another mission disc sequel and alone justifies the price of admission. --David Jenkins

Manufacturer's Description

Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow, is the next instalment in the adventures of Sam Fisher--the anti-terrorist agent and all-round stealthy guy. The game will bring back more of the single-player intrigue that made the original game a bestseller. With exciting new action scenes and a strong cinematic feel, the player will experience new and even more realistic surroundings. Pandora Tomorrow will the be the first stealth game ever to feature multi-player online missions allowing several players to simultaneously share Sam Fisher's shadowy world of espionage.

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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If it ain't broke... 30 Mar. 2004
I thought long and hard before buying Splinter Cell (yeah, about two minutes!) because of up-coming essay deadlines and exams, and knowing how much I loved the previous game, I was worried I might not give my Uni work enough time... and I was right to be worried! Working on the age old maxim of 'If it ain't broke, then don't fix it', SCPT serves another edifying gaming experience. You could perhaps moan that it's not as original now as when the first game came out (we don't talk about the cheap Solid Snake games in our house!) and there's not a lot of variation in the gameplay, but if the last game was so fantastic, why would you change it?
The graphics do, to me at least, look a significant improvement on the previous games (especially the cut scenes - there's one quick scene where you see brains on the floor in a lab, and they're very realistic!), and the sound is perfect as well - once you turn the distracting backing music right off. There are the multiplayer and online options now too, which I confess that I haven't tried yet (too busy playing the main game!), so I shall refrain from writing about that which I have not tried.
There have been a small, subtle but effective changes to the game controls. The option to use the optic cable, for example, now pops up when you come to a door, so you don't have to go through the inventory to find it! Everything in your inventory is selected through the D-pad, and it's faster than the last system. Beware though, the black button has changed function - it makes Sam whistle now - try to remember that when you're hiding and not allowed to use lethal force!
As well as that, you now have the night-sight and thermal vision goggles from the off, as well as the binoculars, so you don't have to wait to be given permission to use them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You are a splinter cell... 27 Jun. 2004
You are alone in your work. You must remain invisible. You are a shadow. Okay, enough with the starters, this game is a real cracker. Graphics are 9/10, online play is 9/10 ( It is amazing, but there should have been more than 4 players in the 'hide and seek'multiplay), single player is 10/10. The music also adds to the suspense in a tense situatioon, say when someone spots you the music really turns on. The AI is quite good, but at times the enemies seem slightly blind, as you could literally be stood in front of somebody and they won't see you. The only frustrating part of the game is when you get stuck on a level, as the game offes very little hints for you, and also if you are about to get to a checkpoint, and you get nutted, then you have to start at the last one which could have been an hour ago. If you're looking for a stealth game that will take a considerable time to complete, then this is the game for you. If you are, however, a dude who likes to come out all guns blazing, then this game will drive you nuts, as you do sometimes have to be a little patient. If you like games like this then I strongly recommend the thief seris, but if you are looking for a game with a little more pace, then go for rainbow 6 3. Coincedentally I happened to buy R63 with this, and I must say that they are both addictive as each other, but splinter cell p t beats other games single player modes hands down. 5/5.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Billy is back! (And plays Splinter Cell) 12 April 2004
By A Customer
This game is not so different to the first. The rules are more or less the same "do not be seen". However the maps are bigger and it is less crammed in. The first game started off quite tricky but the second goes up gradually and lets the player get to grips with the controls and the guards are easy to fool. The laser sight on the pistol really helps, especially for juicy head shots.
This game also defines the word "stealth" MGS was stealthy but you could go in guns blazing. So by the end it was no a stealth game at all. In Splinter Cell you must hide bodies and use your brain to win. You will not get far without it. Sam can also whistle to distract enemies so if there are no objects nearby use that. The alarm stages are different, instead of doing nothing theenemies increase the ammmount of armour they wear and they become harder to kill. Enemies work in groups and this provides realism.
The game requires mo background knowledge of the previous title. For MGS you would need a general background but this is different this game has no real connection to the first.
Overall a very enjoyable game to be enjoyed by everyone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absorbing..... 3 Mar. 2005
By A Customer
Splinter Cell was my first foray into the latest generation of console games. I hadn't played a game on the X-box, GameCube or Ps2 ever.
I got this game along with my new X-box, and haven't played anything else for 3 months.
It didn't take too long to complete, about a month of hour sessons each night, and I'm hardly the best game player ever; but, I've played it again twice since, trying it different ways, blasting my way through first time, trying not to use any bullets the second, using complete stealth the third.
It's totally engaging. After a hard day at work, kids and wife asleep in bed, its great to spend an hour in the world of Splinter Cell, watching the scenary of Jerusalem, sitting in a dark corner and seeing where a guard will go next, lining up your sights on a guards head, ready to snipe him.
It's those elements that make this game amazing.
To be able to stand on top of a very tall building, looking down at a courtyard with your binoculars, then 30 minutes later realising you're in that courtyard, is brilliant.
To be sitting in a shadow, deciding what you're going to do next....Do I shoot this guy, risking his mates seeing him fall and sounding an alarm? Do I whistle him to a corner and grab him? Should I wait 'till he's on the other side of the room and sneak past him? Or should I shoot out that light and climb up the drainpipe?
Some of the puzzles are brilliant too; You come to an area that has a sniper in a high tower, lightning flashing every so often rendering the night-vision useless, so dark it's hard to see without night-vision, and thermal landmines that can only be seen with your thermal-vision, searchlights sweeping the area for the sniper that can't be seen with thermal-vision...
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars More Sam Fisher Goodness
This is the second in the series of Splinter Cell games - as such, it expands on the original game.

It's not quite as good as later games in the series - particularly... Read more
Published on 6 Aug. 2010 by Stephen Orr
3.0 out of 5 stars Fans Of Trial And Error Will Love This One!
Ok, so I'm not officially a Splinter Cell hater. Heck, I picked up CT recently and I'm really enjoying it.

There are a few main problems I have with this game. Read more
Published on 8 Dec. 2006 by Ollie L
5.0 out of 5 stars Is this game for you????
Splinter cell is the most brillant game in history for stealth. But if u want a game easy to do that you can skip through the levels on then this game is not for you. Read more
Published on 9 April 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars 2nd best stealth game (the newcoming Splinter Cel being 1st)
This game is just brilliant.It has perfect graphics,amazing lighting affects,and the levals take ages to complete. Read more
Published on 9 Dec. 2004 by Jack
5.0 out of 5 stars A must-have
Splinter Cell:PT is an absolute must have for xbox.
The graphics are arguably the best on xbox, and the gameplay is sublime. Read more
Published on 12 July 2004 by "nathbert"
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent
More of the same, as it is really splinter cell 1.5, but thats not a bad thing. Its just as fun to play as the 1st game with new levels and a few improved controls. Read more
Published on 11 July 2004 by Amazon Customer
2.0 out of 5 stars Hardly sublime.
It's linearity, Jim, but not as we know it.
What finally did it was a level in Jakarta, Indonesia. Read more
Published on 25 Jun. 2004 by Mr. R. M. Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars Head and shoulders abover the rest of the stealth games
This game is amazing. There is not a word to describe it. It is nearly perfect. The first thing you notice when you play it is the new starting format. Read more
Published on 21 Jun. 2004 by M. Green
4.0 out of 5 stars GOOD BUT SHORT
The game begins with a nicely based training level which is an actual level and not just training. New gadgets make game-play interesting and smooth and life like graphics take the... Read more
Published on 6 Jun. 2004 by "mr__tinkles__"
4.0 out of 5 stars A Splinter off the Old Cell
For those of you who are contemplating buying Pandora Tomorrow having played and enjoyed the first Splinter Cell please be aware that the general consensus of other reviewers is... Read more
Published on 4 Jun. 2004 by Mr. SCM Bell
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