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Splinter Cell Double Agent (PC)

Splinter Cell Double Agent (PC)
alaScore 84

50 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 50 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the usability and action. The single player gameplay and gameplay are also appreciated.

story, gameplay, single player, action, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Splinter Cell Double Agent (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 50 reviews)

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Splinter Cell Double Agent

 

Rebel with a cause

Multiplayer is phenomenal.; Single-player takes a lot of chancesâ

…Though it doesn’t make the most of them

Why is the amazing co-op mode from the original-Xbox version not here?

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Splinter Cell Double Agent

 

Double Agent is the fourth installment of the widely-acclaimed Tom Clancy series of Splinter Cell games from Ubisoft; the developers responsible for Clancy's other hit series', Rainbow Six and Ghost Recon. Whilst the other titles are focused more on...

More of a Splinter Cell 3.5 than a fully revamped 4, Double Agent could've been so much more. That said, and if viewed as if it was the first game in the series, it's an enjoyable experience that is definitely worth picking up whether you're a fan of...

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Tom ClancyÂ's Splinter Cell Double Agent

 

When Double Agent was first announced, it probably caused as much controversy as Ghost Recon 2 did (or just about any sequel that Ubisoft is responsible for). As we all know, Ghost Recon 2 received a third person point of view, became less strategic,...

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Splinter Cell: Double Agent

 

The success of the stealth-based Splinter Cell franchise is arguably one of the reasons the original Xbox became popular. With the release of the Xbox 360, Ubisoft has much to live up to in delivering a next generation version of the Splinter Cell...

Conclusion:Splinter Cell: Double Agent isn't the game most 360 owners where hoping for. While it's certainly an excellent entry in the series, it fails to surmount the success of Chaos Theory in many respects. It's certainly worth a look to play...

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Splinter Cell Double Agent

 

Sam Fisher: stealth expert, martial arts fanatic, body builder and the home to a sinister and cheeky personality. After starting somewhat of a phenomenon back on the original Xbox with the release of the stunning original Tom Clancys Splinter Cell, the...

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Splinter Cell Double Agent (Xbox 360) Review

 

Sam Fisher. Finally a bad ass.

This is how you do a Splinter Cell game. From start to finish this blows everything else out of the water with an excellent story, fantastic production values and wonderful gameplay. I can't wait to see where they go from here but Solid Snake has some...

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Splinter Cell: Double Agent

 

Sam Fisher has a pretty rough time in the first few minutes of Splinter Cell: Double Agent. The game starts with him losing an overzealous greenhorn on a mission, then things get worse when his daughter is killed in an auto accident. And, to top it all...

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Splinter Cell Double Agent Review

 

Your name is Agent Fisher, your mission, should you chose to accept it, is to go undercover and stop the elite Terrorist group JBA (John Brown's Army) from setting off a bomb that is sure to mimic the effects of the September 11th attack on this...

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Splinter Cell Double Agent Review for the XBOX360

 

The old man and the CIA.

Sneaky as ever; Immersive; Smarter, faster online play; Awesome level design

Irritating timer; Too much trial-and-error; Retarded plot developments

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Splinter Cell: Double Agent

 

I knew five minutes into the original Splinter Cell that I was playing what would soon become a mega franchise. It had all the right ingredients: a compelling story, stealthy gameplay, cool gadgets and weapons, and a badass main character. What more...

When you've got a franchise as popular as Splinter Cell, it's easy to fall into the trap of releasing sequel after sequel without making any real effort to bring innovation to the genre. Ubisoft has avoided that pitfall with Double Agent. The story...

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