Wednesday, October 18, 2006
(vid via me)
Douglass C. Perry did a nice video review but there is also a written one, here is an excerpt; "In the age of September 11 paranoia, an era that has engendered TV hits like 24 and created political and religious forces to separate and clash, Ubisoft may have found a strange conduit into the core of it all."
"Ubisoft's Shanghai Studio felt its five-year-old stealth game should explore the moral ambiguity of the professional spy and, by giving Sam Fisher a dual role as a mole in a radical organization while still serving the National Security Agency (NSA), it's changed the course of the long-standing Tom Clancy-themed series."
Pretty good writing, check out the full review here. Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent is available On: PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, PC, and Xbox 360, joy.