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Submitted by edsmith1990 948d ago | opinion piece

I've been playing Splinter Cell and it is wonderful

Ed Smith of Words That Won't Sell writes:

"When Ken Levine interviewed Drew Holmes to work on Infinite, he asked one question: "What's the most important thing in videogame writing?" "Brevity," Holmes answered, and the story goes that he was hired on the spot. It might be a contradictory sentiment, but that's what Splinter Cell has: Brevity, in spades." (PS2, Splinter Cell)

StrongMan  +   949d ago
Can't say that about Double Agent and Conviction.
DA was alright. Nowhere near Chaos or Pandora but it was next gen and I kind of liked sneaking around the base and stuff. God awful frame rate though, Jesus

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