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6 reviews | 4.3 out of 5
I remember shelling out 50 bucks a pop for each of these three games, so I jumped at the chance to pay $20 to have all three on the latest console. I have always enjoyed the Splinter Cell series, and I look forward to owning the sixth installment when it is released next year. The biggest problem I have with this particular product is the lack of flexibility of the controller settings. To a certain extent, I am somewhat ashamed yet proud to admit that I have logged thousands of hours playing Perfect Dark for Nintendo 64. For that reason, it is imperative for me to be able to invert the y-axis (a feature that this product does not support, unlike the PS2 versions). I am glad that the storyline remained the same, but the graphics have changed dramatically and not for the better in my opinion. Still, if you're ok with up being up and down being down and you haven't played this series, I highly recommend spending a mere $20 for all three games. If you already have these games, then just blow the dust off of your PS2 and play the old ones.
Just a problem I know will annoy everyone. bullets don't always go where you point them. I don't mean the bullet drop like in Battlefield 3 either. Bullets will generally go around the little dot of the sight you use(at least the pistol anyways). Sounds small but seeing how the game revolves around how you use em, it a pretty big deal when you keep dying cause headshots are near impossible. even if your 5 feet away, still annoying. graphics are nice but still kinda old school.
If you're a fan of Tom Clancy, this is a must buy, and Walmart's price makes it a no brainer. Buy this game!
These three games work as they did when first released.. Very good value...
Made for PS2 this PS2 game was a nice price seeing PS3 isn't backwards compatable with PS2 games. So it was worth the price.