Comments on: Splinter Cell: Double Agent /2008/08/08/splinter-cell-double-agent/ Spotlight's Game Reviews Tue, 06 Jan 2009 01:22:38 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7 hourly 1 By: Thing1232 /2008/08/08/splinter-cell-double-agent/comment-page-1/#comment-1338 Thing1232 Sun, 14 Sep 2008 00:11:51 +0000 /?p=1203#comment-1338 Not to sound mean or anything, but do you realize that this is the review of the xbox, GC, PS2, and Wii version, not the 360 or PS3 version. They are extremely different. In the 360 and PS3 version there is blood on walls and floors throughout the game, occasionally with handprints in it. There is also pornagraphy randomly scattered throughout the earlier levels, but the ratings on the back say nothing of this. The game also looks good, but not as good as games during the time of its release, but you can decide for yourself from the pictures in the review... Yes, to be specific they are the 360 versions pictures. To be honest the position they put the player in when he/she has to kill/not kill someone in several parts of the game really made me feel like I'm actually about to kill someone. And this has never happened to me before. The sound of this game is quite good, from gunfire and explosions to small clicks and creaks from doors. The language is there but not as bad as chaos theory, this is mainly because you have to be alot more stealthy. The enemies do curse in other languages, but I only caught that once. Overall I would say that the 360 and PS3 versions age restriction would fall into the category of 16 at earliest. The xbox, ps2, wii and gc versions probably fall into 15 years at earliest. Not to sound mean or anything, but do you realize that this is the review of the xbox, GC, PS2, and Wii version, not the 360 or PS3 version. They are extremely different. In the 360 and PS3 version there is blood on walls and floors throughout the game, occasionally with handprints in it. There is also pornagraphy randomly scattered throughout the earlier levels, but the ratings on the back say nothing of this. The game also looks good, but not as good as games during the time of its release, but you can decide for yourself from the pictures in the review… Yes, to be specific they are the 360 versions pictures. To be honest the position they put the player in when he/she has to kill/not kill someone in several parts of the game really made me feel like I’m actually about to kill someone. And this has never happened to me before. The sound of this game is quite good, from gunfire and explosions to small clicks and creaks from doors. The language is there but not as bad as chaos theory, this is mainly because you have to be alot more stealthy. The enemies do curse in other languages, but I only caught that once. Overall I would say that the 360 and PS3 versions age restriction would fall into the category of 16 at earliest. The xbox, ps2, wii and gc versions probably fall into 15 years at earliest.

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By: Chozon1 /2008/08/08/splinter-cell-double-agent/comment-page-1/#comment-1178 Chozon1 Sat, 09 Aug 2008 07:23:11 +0000 /?p=1203#comment-1178 The only comment I have is this: The game is very open ended, so if a player makes a different choice than you did, then his or her game will be vastly different. The only comment I have is this: The game is very open ended, so if a player makes a different choice than you did, then his or her game will be vastly different.

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By: The wampa king /2008/08/08/splinter-cell-double-agent/comment-page-1/#comment-1173 The wampa king Fri, 08 Aug 2008 21:02:31 +0000 /?p=1203#comment-1173 Good review, although I heard about 5-10 s words. and I thaught the game play was a lot better then 4 stars. Good review, although I heard about 5-10 s words. and I thaught the game play was a lot better then 4 stars.

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By: Josh /2008/08/08/splinter-cell-double-agent/comment-page-1/#comment-1172 Josh Fri, 08 Aug 2008 20:51:19 +0000 /?p=1203#comment-1172 Something I didn't stress quite enough in the review was the planning and premeditation that goes into killing enemies. There is no blood or gore shown, but the planning of a murder is sort of unsettling. And unlike what I said in my last paragraph, it would be a good idea for kids (and many teens) to ignore <em>Double Agent.</em> While this <em>is</em> a fun game, I also think that there are more friendly choices out there. Something I didn’t stress quite enough in the review was the planning and premeditation that goes into killing enemies. There is no blood or gore shown, but the planning of a murder is sort of unsettling. And unlike what I said in my last paragraph, it would be a good idea for kids (and many teens) to ignore Double Agent.

While this is a fun game, I also think that there are more friendly choices out there.

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