About the Product
- Dual objectives to fulfill - NSA government agents and terrorists will each want you to accomplish opposing tasks at the same time
- Discover the tension of being a double agent - Use actual tactics employed by today's real-life double agents to sabotage the terrorists' plans
- Branching storyline with multiple endings - Your choices have an impact on how the story and gameplay unfold
- A world of international espionage - Missions from all over the world, from Asia to Africa to the heart of the US
- Experience extreme situations -- going underwater or into a sandstorm, hiding behind the dust or smoke and even skydiving
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PC gamers are already getting the shaft with delayed release dates and exclusive contracts with consoles. When we pave the way with games like Halo and Far Cry and tell control mashing monkeys what they should like sequels of those quality titles and games similar to these rarely come out again on the platform.Read more ›
I used to look at the Ubisoft logo as the sign of a stable, quality game. Not anymore.
Do the research before you buy this game. Even after two patches, the bugs are rampant. And if you haven't played the other 3 games in this series, do yourself a favor and pick them up first.
Sam Fisher has become my favorite game character ever. Let me also say that it's great that Ubisoft decided to give the SC saga a different twist, rather than the orgindary, straight forward NSA hunt for conspiriters. The storyline to this game had the potential to be one of the greatest, but it turned out to be the worst.
The storyline in on it's own was well thought out, and most likely by Clancy, but it seems that Ubi took it into their own hands to add these ridiculous missions, and on the same map which is repeated 4 times. If you decide to buy the game, you will see what I mean.
And also, as many other people have mentioned. BUGS BUGS BUGS! Ubi certainly did not waste any time put this into distribution. I guess perhaps they were more worried about getting them on the shelves of your local EA Stores and Walmarts, than beta testing the game over and over, and making sure the game was 99.9% bug-free (of course, nobody's perfect).
In conclusion, it is safe to say that Ubi did not pay attention to detail while developing this game. They left too many bugs for the End Users to have to deal with, and an unfinished storyline with many plot holes, and missions you will be asking yourself "What the hell is the point of this mission?" over and over again.
Again the potential was there, but since they rushed it out the door, Double Agent is completely dead. I would not recommend spending $50.00, or even half that price for this game. I hope that Ubi recognizes the disappointments of the game players, and improves the next Splinter Cell.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is so unfathomably bad I can't possibly begin to understand why Ubisoft ever let it go on sale. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dynathi
No help with hints, and navigation is not user friendly. I uninstalled it the second time I tried it. Don't waste you time.Published 15 months ago by zookatooya
This is a very challenging game. I would recommend this for someone who likes stealth games or want to switch it up from the popular shooting games.Published 20 months ago by austinbahr
Danger, Will Robinson!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS GAME for PC!!!! It is buggy beyond belief and even with the game fully updated, you will suffer through repeated crashes just trying to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by kirk
Lets put it simple, this gives the splinter cell franchise a bad name. I've played splinter cell (the original), chaos theory, Pandora tomorrow, conviction, and blacklist (my... Read morePublished on April 2, 2014 by mr. just right
I've owned this on ps3 and the gameplay was cool. Was disappointed that this one failed to work on my laptop. Read morePublished on February 11, 2014 by Billionaire