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Splinter Cell Double Agent f r (Wii)

Splinter Cell  Double Agent f  r (Wii)
alaAverage 2.7

3 reviews

Jan, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Splinter Cell Double Agent f r Nintendo Wii. The average rating for this product is 2.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the gameplay, whereas the graphics and controls get critical reviews.


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On average, users rate this product 53/100.

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Tedious Game!


I have always loved Splinter Cell because of the whole idea of stealth, but on the Wii it is a completely different experience.

good plot, cool equipment, fun idea for game

bad angles, bad controls, very tedious game

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Maybe being a secret agent is hard


Sam Fisher is a secret agent sent to save the world from various terrorist plots. In order to accomplish this Sam is sent undercover and poses as a member of a terrorist group known as the JBA. He must gain the trust of the JBA in order to obtain the...

Suspenseful gameplay, and highly entertaining

Weak motion controls and bad camera angles

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Solving a Rubix Cube With One Hand Behind Your Back and Blindfolded


After getting my Nintendo Wii, I was determined to try a less "cute" game on a console that seems to boast titles like Mario rather than action/stealth games. Having played some of Tom Clancy's game franchises (such as Splinter Cell and Rainbow Six), I...

Branching plot, unique missions, nice weapons and tools

Overly complex controls, slow response time, horrendous graphics, lack of originality in