Serious post though, I want to see how much stealth they implement and how much of a challenge it is. Hopefully everything can be done with stealth, there's multiple ways to tackle maps and it is actually difficult.
Chaos Theory was the only game I've played of this series. Liked it so much that I tried another one but it didn't really feel the same so I stopped playing after a few hours. Good to know I'm not alone in this.
Cheers for that.
Conviction on the PC was a bad port. The game looked ugly and ran just as bad.The technical limitation put me off it.
Could be that I have gotten used to bad ports.
This is how bad splinter cell double agent is on the PC. Ragdoll physics. It's as if the game developer was a double agent himself lol.
As for convictions it just ran very choppy, and I was forced to run it low setting when I had my 8800gt -_-. All the older splinter cell ran flawless on it.
Originally Posted by AznDud333
Originally Posted by 5entinel
Why didn't they show this during E3? Do they think that everyone wants to play gun blazing garbage all the time? I understand they have time constraints but this is splinter cell, which is a stealth based game.
Glad I actually saw this video.Otherwise, I wouldn't have bothered with this game. I just hope it's not an abomination like convictions & double agent are on the PC.
they're trying to attract the younger pre 15 year old audiences, who happens to like guns blazing because they think they'll be good in the army since they play call of duty
it's how the gaming industry works nowadays unfortunately..everything is about "broader audience"
don't be surprised if assassins creed 5 and say...rainbow six 12 is the exact same game type with different characters in a few years..(ok exaggeration, but you know what i mean..they're making games "broader")
I really don't care about a game being a port. As long as it's playable, I can be okay with it.
My problem lies in changing a franchises overall style and game play.
It went from a stealth game that required you to assess your situation, plan an attack and clean up so that after you've moved on, the dead bodies on the floor don't alert other guards to your presence. To a game that you run in, mark your targets, press a button and have your character kill them all for you. Then go find a guy for a few pre-scripted quick-time-events. Woooo...